A new HTC (M9) concept shows what a new One (M9) could look like with an expressive design. A new concept from designer Jermaine Smit showcases a HTC (M9) concept that somewhat look like the original One (M8).
The concept phone, called HTC (M9), can be seen in the video embedded below, and comes as the result of a famed designer Jermaine Smit.
Inspired by the existing HTC One (M8), the phone sports a metal body, and a 5.1-inch 2K resolution display to offer great multimedia content.
The concept smartphone also features a Snapdragon 808 processor inside, 3GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal memory. But again we aren't sure about the final specifications.
This might not seem like an outrageous concept, yet the latest trend in the mobile industry make it more appealing that what you'd think.
Would this design have you queuing up outside your neighbourhood mobile store? Share your thoughts below.
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HTC (M9) - Design
The next HTC smartphone, unofficially dubbed the " HTC M9", is rumored again in the form of a new concept phone. Designer Jermaine Smit should be given credit for the concept smartphone. The concept phone goes in nicely with rumors and speculation. The device sports a metal rear back, just like the original M8.
HTC (M9) - Display
Although we've yet to see a QHD screen on any of the HTC-made smartphone, but the HTC M9 concept smartphone comes with a 5.1-inch QHD screen that has a narrow bezels.
HTC M9 - Processor
The concept device is said to include a Snapdragon 808 processor, coupled with 3GB of RAM. The device also comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB of internal storage. No mention of an expandable storage has been made.
HTC M9 - Camera
On the rear side, the concept phone houses a 13MP camera with OIS feature. At front sits a 2.9MP front-facing megapixel camera.
HTC M9 - BoomSound Speakers
HTC's devices are known for their sound quality. The HTC M9 will keep the front-facing Boomsound speakers, and hopefully they should sound even better.