HTC One (M9): Flagship Smartphone Leaks Out in Golden Hue

HTC's next generation smartphone launches in less than a month but leaked pictures continue to emerge online. Now, a new batch of leaked photos give us a clear idea of exactly what HTC may have in mind - and it looks similar to its predecessor.

French blog Nowhereelse.fr, which leaked several alleged shots of Galaxy S6, has posted a set of images that supposedly show the HTC One (M9). If you look at the device closely, you'll surely notice the golden coloured One (M9).

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HTC One (M9): Flagship Smartphone Leaks Out in Golden Hue

Anyways, the leaked set of images appears to be genuine. Interestingly, as PhoneArena notes, none of the images confirm that HTC's next generation handset will have a dual rear facing camera, just like the HTC One (M8).

If the rumours turn out to be true, the HTC One (M9) appears to be a solid looking phone. Not only is the phone expected to come with premium design, but HTC is likely to add a 20MP rear facing camera instead of a 4MP UltraPixel shooter.

HTC hasn't given up on its handset business. The company is trying come up with well-built handsets, keeping users in mind.

HTC One (M9): Flagship Smartphone Leaks Out in Golden Hue

 HTC One (M9) is  believed to have a vivid 5.0-inch Full HD display. The camera specs meet the Sony Xperia Z3 with 20 mega pixels. The selfie camera is 5 megapixel. The device is said come with a Snapdragon 810 processor (64-bit) coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The reports say the phone will support 128GB of removable storage and have at least 3200mAh battery.

HTC will need the One (M9) to be a hit amongst its targeted users. The firm is coming under pressure from the likes of Apple, Samsung and notably Xiaomi in China and India.

HTC is expected to announce the One (M9) at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month.

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