You’ve just seen the official HTC One M9. You might think it boasts a beautiful design, has a superb build and a lovely screen but lacks in the hardware department. Don’t worry – HTC might set that worry to rest.
Word’s out on the street that the Taiwanese tech vendor’s got a new smartphone in the works, and it’s apparently a beefed up version of the HTC One M9 that was recently unveiled at MWC 2015.
Rumoured to be named the HTC One M9 Plus, the smartphone has been pictured in the wild (read: unofficially pictured while in test). Although it sports a similar look to the HTC One M9, sources claim it will come with some spec variations.
Going by the pictures, the unofficial unit looks pretty much like the latter except for its main camera. This purported unit seems to have a circular camera cutout on the back of the device, as compared to the HTC One M9, which features a more squarish one.
It’s also said to come fitted with either of two chipsets – the MediaTek MT6795 or the Snapdragon 810. According to sources, the model with a MediaTek MT6795 chip could be for the China debut, while the other caters to other international regions.
As for its other specs, it might have a 5.2in QHD display, fingerprint scanner, 3GB of RAM, as well as 32GB of expandable memory. No word’s out yet as to when exactly it’s due though, or if it will be priced within the same bracket as the HTC One M9. Stay tuned to Stuff for more.
[Source and image: GSM Arena]