HTC leaks are coming by the dozen these days. Yesterday we showed you the upcoming HTC One (M9), sized up against the previous generation. Today we're being treated to its potential bigger brother, the One (M9) Plus, if the company's press team actually decides to call it that.
The Plus model will come with a 5.5-inch display of 1440x2560 pixel resolution, the source claims. The mighty Snapdragon 810 will run the show, joined by 3GB of RAM in a year when most flagships will likely come with 4GB.
From a design standpoint we see a slight departure from the established HTC styling. The bottom speaker grill will be replaced with a hardware button, where the fingerprint scanner is to be housed. How that is going to affect the HTC's famed audio performance remains to be seen.
The back is more typical HTC One material with dual cameras and two-tone LED flash. Apart from being a design element, the larger ring around the lens may hint at a 20.7MP main shooter. It is reportedly going to be utilized in the regular One (M9), which has also appeared with a large cutout in its metal unibody.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is holding its "Utopia in progress" event on March 1, where all speculations will be put to an end.Via
Can't comment on the front-facing camera' appearance, but the "fingerprint scanner" looks like a Galaxy home button and the main rear camera module looks like the Nexus 5's. Photoshop = likely.
the button is misaligned to the phones horizontal plane. come on, why take this for such a serious article.
I am lost for words...WHY do we still see logo bars on both rumored devices and now a home button or it is a fingerprint scanner??? Looks like I might go another year without an HTC flagship device....which will be very sad. This little things just k...