This is the HTC One M9!

Yes, we are pretty certain what you can see on this page is HTC’s 2015 flagship smartphone, the One M9.

According to Mobile Geeks‘ leaked information, the unlocked device will sell for whopping 749 Euros in Germany, and presumingly other EU markets, as well.

The Taiwanese company is sticking to its proven design that earned it many accolades for the M8 and the original HTC One, the M7. Alas, inside we have a whole different hardware, which will reportedly include Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 810 octa-core chip clocked at 2GHz, along with 3GB of RAM, Quad HD screen and 32GB of expandable storage.

Camera-wise, you’ll get a front-facing Ultrapixel shooter coupled with a “regular,” yet more powerful 20MP camera on the back.

Android 5.0 Lollipop will naturally run the show along with a new Sense 7 software skin. BoomSound speakers remain in (front) place.

Finally, like that was the case with its predecessors, the HTC One M9 will also be available in multiple colors, with the company preparing two tone versions of the device; one of which will combine silver and gold. Cause you know, some folks like owning gold-colored objects.

HTC is expected to unveil the M9 on March 1st when we’ll likely get back to you with additional details. In the meantime, we expect all other major handset makers to announce similarly-specced phones in the next few weeks. Stay tuned…

HTC One M9 - black
HTC One M9 - black side
HTC One M9 - gold silver side
HTC One M9 - black all sides
HTC One M9 - gold silver

[Via: TheVerge]

  • Jeff Davis

    If that truly is the new M9 HTC has just sunk their come back tour! I own an M8 and the reasons are painfully obvious to those who were anxiously awaiting something truly awesome from HTC. I’ll list the reasons though; screen resolution was already satisfactory with all M8 users, no plus here. HTC still taking up screen real estate major downfall. Duo camera missing, major downfall. So the only change in looks will be the painful absence of the duo camera?! The internals aren’t gonna win the race for you boys, extra ram will be used up just powering higher resolution screen which was not at all an issue for the M8. Clones with one eye won’t outsell the thoroughbred you had in the M8. My condolences to HTC.

  • Andy

    Too much like M8. Way too expensive

  • 00tony

    The only think that held me back from the m8 was the mediocre camera. If they have fixed that then I think they should have a monster success on their hands.

  • Ryan Lui

    The HTC One M9 is a great smartphone. With an awesome design, top notch performance, great software and an improved camera, it should suit most users just fine. But at the same time it no longer sits at the top of the flagship smartphone pecking order.

  • Janice Veldsma

    i expected much more from the M9 but still a good phone

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