Different Parts Of HTC One M9+ Get Portrayed In Seven Additional Renders


Ever since HTC announced the One M9 handset, we've been getting a ton of leaks regarding the company's upcoming devices. Very few people could have expected this, but it seems like HTC plans to announce quite a few devices in the coming weeks. HTC One M9+ has been leaking the most, this handset will be announced on April 8th in Beijing, the company has already scheduled "More than One" the event. The HTC One E9+ has been listed on the company's official China website, though it hasn't been officially announced. The One E9 is also expected soon, same goes for the new Desire-series handset which leaked recently. This Taiwan-based company rarely announces as many devices in such a short period of time, but it seems like they're changing things up.

That being said, we're here to talk about the One M9+. We've already seen a ton of leaked renders, like the ones that leaked yesterday, and now we have some additional ones to share with you. Seven new renders surfaced in China, and they are showing different parts of this handset. You mostly get to see the design of the device, but you also get a good look at the physical home button below the display and the BoomSound speakers next to the button itself. Anyhow, if you'd like to check out these images, scroll down and take a look at the gallery below the article. The launch event will take place in 5 days, though we'll probably see more leaks by then.


According to leaked benchmarks, the One M9+ will feature a 5.2-inch 2K (2560 x 1440) display along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. MediaTek's MT6795T octa-core processor will power on this device along with a PowerVR Rogue G6200 GPU. 20.7-megapixel camera and an additional snapper above it (Duo Camera setup, similar to the one on the One M8) will be located on the back, and a 4-megapixel UltraPixel camera will quite probably be located on the front. Android 5.0 Lollipop will come pre-installed on the One M9+ with HTC's Sense 7 UI on top of Google's OS.

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