HTC officially has a launch date for the next-generation flagship device, thanks to an invitation sent across to various sections of media on Friday.
Looks like HTC could be merely weeks away from unveiling its big-ticket Android-powered smartphone - the HTC Hima (M9) - on March 1st after the firm began sending media invites with the tagline, "utopia in progress" for an event that will be held in Barcelona at the start of March 2015.
Last year at MWC, the company unveiled the Desire 816 - a mid-end Android handset. However, this time around, we're certainly expecting to see the next-generation flagship phone, the HTC Hima (M9.
Well, HTC has yet to let slip details about its next-generation premium phone, which obviously leaves curiosity amongst the tech community.
Nevertheless, there are some pretty solid details available about the HTC Hima (M9)'s specs and highlighted features. Its 5-inch is said to be of QHD (2K resolution) nature.
Apparently, the device is rumored to be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor, paired with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage and microSD card support.
It's being reported that HTC is expected to use a 20.7MP camera sensor on the rear-back, alongside a 13MP front-facing shooter.
The much-awaited HTC Hima (M9) had been rumored to be getting launch at this year's CES 2015. However, this rumor was shut down immediately after the CES tech show.
It now seems that HTC strategically decided against launching its next-big thing at CES 2015, instead choosing to launch the device at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in the starting of March this year.
We'll keep a close eye for more details regarding HTC's next-generation handset as they emerge.
Source - The Verge
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