HTC One (M9) Images Leak Yet Again And The New Dot View Case Is Here As Well This Time Around

HTC One (M9) is definitely one of the most anticipated (Android) devices this year, next to the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4, LG G4 and the Sony Xperia Z5. That being said, the One (M9) will be launched on March 1st as part of MWC (Mobile World Congress). HTC will hold their press event at 4PM CET, only 2 and a half hours before Samsung's Unpacked event where the company will announce their Galaxy S6 handset. March 1st will definitely be an interesting day for those who love mobile technology, and at the same time extremely busy for us who work in that sector.

We've seen a ton of HTC One (M9) leaks lately, the alleged One (M9) devices have been leaking for quite some time now and we've been getting all kinds of other rumors which regard this handset (or its possible spin-offs). Another leak popped up on Weibo (Chinese social network) recently, showing off the alleged Dot View case of the One (M9) handset attached to the device itself. The device shown here is seemingly the same we've seen yesterday in gold color, and judging by these leaks, this might actually be the real deal and the final design of the device. We don't exactly get to see the whole design of the device in these new images due to the fact it's hidden by the Dot View case, but the camera and the flash on the back are dead giveaways. Do you think that this is the final design of the upcoming HTC One (M9) handset or not? Do you like it?

According to various rumors thus far, HTC's new flagship handset will feature a quadHD display on the front which will be somewhere between 5 and 5.5-inches big. This thing will also sport 3 or 4GB of RAM and will be made out of aluminum, just like its predecessor. BoomSound stereo front-facing speakers will also be a part of the package this time around, and we do expect HTC to deploy a more powerful camera in this device (compared to the last year's model).

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