New Images Surface Reported To Be Taken With The HTC One M9


MWC is fast approaching, which to most people will means Samsung and HTC's events are fast approaching. These two companies seem to be what all the MWC talk is about recently. However, that is not too surprising with both expected to release their highly anticipated flagship devices. In terms of HTC, this means the follow up in their 'One' series, which is presumed to be aptly named the HTC One M9. For some time now, leaks, renders and images have been doing the rounds on an almost daily basis. In fact, only this morning, the latest leaked video made its way online which seemed to show the HTC One M9 in a hands-on post alongside and compared to the previous incarnations, the HTC One M8 and M7. Of course, the validity of the device in the video is debatable although it does seem to resemble what has been seen in previous leaks and renders so far.

This is, however, not the first time we have seen the supposed HTC One M9 in leaked video mode. A few days back, known tipster @upleaks went and posted what very much seemed to be three promo videos for the One M9. The first video was a brief introduction video while the second video was based around the new 'themes' features expected to be included on the latest device. The last video was designed to highlight the new camera that is rumored to be in play on the One M9. To recap, it is reported the One M9 will come powered with a 20 megapixel sensor.


Speaking of which, it now seems some images have also made their way online and are being reported to have been taken with the One M9's new cameras. Again, there is pretty much no way to confirm the legitimacy of the images, although they do look to be promotional type images and as such could be used to promote the camera in the future. Either way, you can check out the images for yourself and decide on whether you think they are shot with the One M9's new 20MP rear shooter and rumored 4MP front facing option. Take a look and let us know what you think.

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