The new HTC One smartphone made a regulatory appearance on the Federal Communications Commission's website this morning before the information was pulled.
Even though the device wasn't officially named and was accompanied by a crudely draw illustration, its limited specs made public do match all of the rumors that have led up to this point.
The HTC One follow-up features dual-band 802.11ac WiFi, low-powered Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC support.
And while so-called HTC One 2 hasn't officially been confirmed by any carriers, it appears to be AT&T-bound in the US thanks to an AT&T 4G LTE compatible wireless band.
There are also other wireless bands on board with 2, 4, 5, 7 bands getting the green light.
HTC's new flagship device, codenamed the HTC M8, has been the subject of plenty of rumors and photo leaks.
In addition to seeing the new phone through blurry spy shots, we're expecting there to be 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 800 processor and two cameras, one with 5MP "Ultrapixels."
Now that the FCC has given its stamp of approval, we're ready for the new HTC One to out itself.
That's thought to happen at HTC's March 25 reveal in New York City, not next week's MWC 2014 conference where we may see the Samsung Galaxy S5 launch.
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