The HTC One (M8) launch marked a comeback for the struggling handset maker. The device set the market on fire, with its tantalizing specifications and the build quality that's probably hard to achieve.
HTC's next major release, likely to be called the HTC Hima (M9), promises to be bigger and better. From a larger phablet-sized display to new camera features, there have been literally tons of rumors and leaks concerning the device.
In his concept image, Hasan Kaymak, visualized the HTC Hima (M9) with a 5-inch FHD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3 GB RAM, 20-megapixel back camera with LED flash, and 13-MP front-facing camera. Interestingly, the designer has also created a new video featuring the HTC Hima (M9) concept smartphone.
While certainly an interesting concept, it seems unlikely based on recent rumors that the smartphone will release with a FHD display. Another recent report, however, does suggest the handset to could feature a 5-inch FHD resolution display.
The designer has decked out the HTC Hima (M9) with a metal design and a slim body that would make the current-generation Samsung Galaxy Alpha toy. In other words, the HTC Hima M9 concept smartphone seemed to have impressed us.
Given that the HTC Hima M9 will be a flagship device, the designer imagines the concept smartphone to carry a monster 4,100mAh battery. Well, we think the battery life is more important than specifications alone. What do you say?
13MP Front Shooter
While the current-generation One M8 features a 5MP front camera, the HTC Hima M9 concept phone will sport a 13MP front-facing shooter. And it looks like this trend will continue for some more years.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 CPU
The designer imagines the HTC Hima M9 to come with a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, paired with 3GB of RAM. Hasan Kamayak also added the device to feature a 5-inch FHD display, and a 20MP rear-facing camera.
The rumor land is already abuzz with gossip around the next version of Sense 7.0 UI. The HTC Hima M9 concept smartphone houses the latest version of Android 5.0 with HTC's Sense 7.0 UI.
Check out the cool design from Hasan Kamayak, along with more details, in the video below:
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