Spigen has already started listing cases for the HTC One M9 on their website that are up for pre-order, which shows off what we may see from the design. While we know at this point that HTC plans to unveil the new HTC One M9 at their upcoming event on March 1st during Mobile World Congress, we don’t officially know what the device will look like yet. We say officially because there have been a number of leaks which paint a pretty good picture of what we can probably look forward to when HTC drops the successor to last year’s HTC One (M8). Throughout many rumors and a handful of different leaks, it’s been said that HTC would be opting to move away from the Duo Camera with this year’s flagship device, and these cases from Spigen appear to further bolster that rumor.
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There are currently five cases up on Spigen’s site for pre-order for the HTC One M9, although one seems to be showing off a picture of the Nexus 6 in the case and not the M9, however it is listed with the name “HTC One M9 Neo Hybrid Case,” so the image was probably just a mistake or a place holder of the case for a phone model they already sell until they have image renders of the M9 model. There’s also an Ultra Hybrid case listed, along with a Slim Armor case, a Case Wallet, and a Thin Fit case all which show off what would seem to be a finalized version of the HTC One M9 design, sporting a single camera and dual led flash.
All of the cases come in a few different colors except for the wallet case which only comes in black, and they all range in price from $15 to $35. In the renders we can also see the newly re-designed Boom Sound speakers that we have seen in some of the renders of the HTC One M9 by itself, along with very slim bezels compared to the HTC One and HTC One (M8), although there is no telling whether or not the bezels will be that slim on the actual device when it launches. Mobile World Congress comes up in about 10 days, so we’ll know soon enough if Spigen was dead on with the design or not.