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HTC M8 or The All New One is coming on AT&T's network

Another most talked about smartphone that is yet to be announced from the Taiwanese manufacturer, the internally codenamed M8 or unannounced, The All New One, is here in leaks again from Twitter, this time wearing the United States carrier's branding on it's back, as well as on the notification bar.

According to the most known leakster from the past, evleaks, the phone is reportedly coming to the Stateside's carrier AT&T's network soon after it's official announcement this month, as HTC have scheduled a Press Conference in London, United Kingdom and New York, United States of America, the coming 25th of March, 2014.

As far as the new picture is concerned, the new leaked Press render aligns well with what we have been seeing previously, with it's predecessor like aluminium finished body chassis, dual camera on the back with two-tone LED flash kind of setup, including HTC's own dual stereo BoomSound speakers and software on screen navigation buttons, from it's front. Currently the handset is suggested to pack a Quad-Core Qualcomm based Snapdragon 800, 801 or 805 processor, clocked at 2.3GHz, 4.7-inches screen of 1080p resolution display, 2 gigabytes of RAM, two primary shooters with dual-tone LED flash light and a 5 megapixels (Ultrapixels) front facing camera, running Android platform's and Sense User Interface's latest version over the hood.

Source: evleaks (Twitter)