If you remember, an accidental leak happened back in September last year. There was a rumour about a device called the HTC Ocean. There were attempts to clear it off as a conceptual piece that did “not represent any real product from HTC.” Well, after what seems like forever, and a few flagships later, more information has surfaced regarding the device, also being called the HTC U. Continue reading “Finally an HTC flagship worth waiting for, with customizable sensors on the frame”
Last week a concept video of the HTC Ocean surfaced thanks to a tweet by @evleaks and then soon after Danelle Vermeulen, the designer at HTC who was responsible for the leak, told 9to5google, “Yes, this is just a conceptual piece and does not represent any real product from HTC.”
That statement is either false or the new leak is. Again, this was called a concept video by Danelle, but a day after Even sent out that tweet, LlabTooFeR replied to it with three different code names. LlabTooFeR is a well known HTC leaker and community developer for HTC devices.
Danelle Vermeulen and his team were responsible for a great deal of conceptualization and product design for HTC over the years, but the company may have spilled the beans on a product that has yet to come to market.
The designer at HTC, on a personal website earlier today, published what appear to be conceptual video clips of a certain device codenamed ‘Ocean’ and what may or may not be an unannounced HTC smartphone. After the page was live and circulating around the web for a bit, he placed a passcode on the website, not allowing anyone else to view it.