A leaked image looks like ‘HTC One M9+’ clearly gives idea that it could be a rumored M9 variant.
Last week HTC officially sent invites the Chinese press for an occasion in Beijing on April 8, in which it noticeably teased a new One M9 variant with a M8-style Duo camera. What’s more, now a leaked render image from a normally clears the doubt about source which seems to issue us a more intensive appearance at what may be the HTC One M9+.
Chinese Twitter leaker @upleaks has released the above rendered image above, which obviously indicates which could be the same device HTC planned to launch on April 8. The device design is similar to the original HTC One M9, just with a couple of fascinating additions that second back camera on top, fingerprint scanner below the screen. We’re additionally seeing a somewhat unique color shading blend gunmetal grey on the front and back, with gold stresses as on sides.
The picture lines up with the various leaks encompassing the M9+, likewise known by the codename Hima_Ultra. Reports from @upleaks and others indicate a changed M9 plan for China and parts of the EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa) markets with a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, a top of the line octa-core MediaTek CPU and 3GB RAM as a addition to more clear external design changes. The primary back camera is said to be a 20-megapixel unit, in the same way as the vanilla M9.
It’s hazy whether the M9+ will see a more extensive worldwide launch or whether, in the same way as last year’s E8, it’ll remain generally an Asia-limited device. In any case, we’ll be viewing with interest on April 8.