HTC Ocean Promo Video Leaks Prior To Release Event
HTC is all set to release another device that would change the course of smartphones all over the world. With this, the company decided to keep things secretly for the moment up until it debuts publicly on January 12. However, sources told that a Twitter famous leakster Even Bass gave everyone a glimpse of what HTC Ocen looks like through a promotional clip.
Evan Blass Pre-Empts HTC, Leakster Released Promotional Clip Online
According to International Business Times, Blass already released HTC Ocean's promotional clip before ti would be launch next week. The clip spread on Twitter and gave everyone a sneak-peek as to what they could actually expect from the HTC Ocean.
In his Twitter post, he encouraged everyone to remember HTC Ocean. The video attached in his Twitter post showed a couple handling the new HTC Ocean while launching apps using soft touches on the either side of the handset. With it being viral, people shared their sentiments regarding this device. Some were awestruck with how HTC gave justice on the edge display while others are hesitating if they would be buying the upcoming HTC product.
Sources told that the all-new HTC Ocean features a stronger scrolling functionality. The said device could scroll through different application using its edge. Not just that, they could also hit on its own edge to launch desired application.
HTC To Launch HTC Ocean On January 12 Along With HTC U Play
On the other hand, HTC revealed that it would have its product launch on January 12. The HTC Ocean, which was officially termed as HTC U Ultra, would be released in the market along with HTC U Play during that event.
People are expecting that the all new device would still include quick access and Sense Touch features that are seen on its previous smartphones.
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