New HTC One M9 Wallpaper Emerges

Twitter user @LlabTooFeR has been tweeting HTC One M9 wallpapers for a while now, and it just published a new one. This is the eighth one in the series, and @LlabTooFeR is teasing us with every image released, as the HTC One M9 release date is coming closer and closer.

We're a week away from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and the tech event will be the stage of some pretty big announcements, among which we will find HTC's next flagship. This device will pack a 5.0-inch 1080p display with a similar design to the HTC One (M8), and among the listed tech specs we should also find Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 810 processor. Another big change is the camera, supposedly featuring a 20MP rear shooter with 32GB of native storage. A very notable feature of the HTC One M9 is the software that it's running on, and to be more specific, this device will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop onboard, plus HTC's Sense 7.0 UI. The wallpapers that have been getting published over the last few days are most definitely going to be included in HTC's next installment by default, and they are pretty good looking.

So far, from a design point of view, the wallpapers are pretty minimalistic, with an elegant approach to a nature theme, with a touch of human creativity. They say a picture can say a thousand words, and these pictures in particular, seem to confirm that the HTC One M9 will include a 1080p display. We expect the tech company to launch their next flagship on the 1st of March, just one day before the Mobile World Congress kicks off. After the official announcement, we can put an end to all the rumors and we can finally get the real deal.

Sense 7.0 is probably going to be an interesting experience for HTC One M9 users, but we don't want to spoil the fun yet. We're waiting to see if @LlabTooFeR is going to reveal more wallpapers, but in the meantime we're getting excited about the MWC. What about you? What are you most excited about in the upcoming Mobile World Congress?

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