Much the same as that, HTC has listed a new high end smartphone in its Chinese official website for that nation, the HTC One E9+. Drawing on HTC’s top of the line One design language and that of its more reasonable priced Desire series, the E9+ carries high end specifications to a standard plastic framed smartphone. Color choices incorporate “meteor grey,” “classic rose gold” and “gold sepia,” in a two-tone style like HTC’s premier One M9.
Plastic bodied big screen, high end specification
The HTC One E9+ comes with 5.5-inch Quad HD, 2560×1440 resolution display, which has stayed with 1080p panels for worldwide flagship smartphone. Within it is controlled by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek CPU, the MediaTek’s top of the line MT6795M processor, which is similar to Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 (4 high power Cortex-A57 cores and lower-power Cortex-A53s). At the back there’s a 20-megapixel primary back hefty extruded camera and HTC’s Ultrapixel selfie front camera and BoomSound front-confronting speakers are curious to see what happens, as well. On the software part the smartphone packs identical as like M9, with HTC Sense 7 UI running on top with Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The specifications details published on the HTC’s website causes a touch of disarray, posting marginally diverse hardware including a 1080p display and 13-megapixel back camera. However as Engadget suggests that, it may be a E9 model without the “Plus.”
There’s no details on its pricing and sales date, however in case the E9 series is something like last year’s E8, this is liable to be an Asia only phone. Today’s E9+ excursion comes an a little more than a week before of its planned occasion in Beijing, where HTC is relied upon to demonstrate a the One M9+, a new metal flagship for the Chinese market.