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HTC One M9 – rumors, specs and features round-up

Posted In Smartphones - By Don Hallow On Monday, February 16th, 2015 With 1 Comment

HTC One M9

HTC decided to launch their HTC One M9 on the same day with Samsung Galaxy S6, that’s March 1, 2015. GSMArena just released a list with all the unnoficial specifications and features of the M9.

The next flagship device from HTC’s camp will have a 5 inch IPS display with a full HD resolution. In the multimedia department, we find the 20.7MP camera with the dual-LED flash. There is no official information regarding the camera’s 4K capability, but many users (like me) are really hoping for this feature. The frontal camera based on UltraPixel technology and it has 4MP, probably the same camera that’s currently present on One M8. Selfie lovers are probably really happy right now.

The HTC One M9 Hima will also feature a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 quad-core Cortex-57(3) processor clocked at 2.0 GHz, and GPU Adreno 430 graphical interface. The smartphone will be available in 32GB and 64GB and it will run Android 5.0.2 Lollipop and Sense 7.0.

HTC M9 and HTC M9 Plus

The image above is presumptively coming directly from HTC camp and it depicts the One M9 and One M9 Plus. The LTE 6 technology is also present and it will allow the users to browser the Internet at speeds of 300 Mbps. According to various sources, the HTC One M9 Hima will have a 2.840 mAh battery, so we can expect a lot of working hours per charge.

HTC M9 release invitation

Just as Samsung teased their release with the line “find clarity in the dark“, HTC released invitation for the event called “Utopia in progress“. March 1 is going to be very interesting day, that’s for sure.

source: gsmarena

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  1. Charissa says:

    Love this smartphone, I think it is the best HTC has made so far.

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