HTC One (M9) Design Possibly Exposed by Leaked Case

By Anuj

With HTC's MWC press event nearly a month away, more rumours continue to be leaked for the HTC One (M9). New photos published Friday of the purported case for the M9 shows several cosmetic changes, including a large camera sensor on the rear back of the phone.

Amazon has leaked a case listed for the HTC One (M9). The device's case appears to suggest that the M9 will look and feel similar to that of its predecessor. The listing also shows a cut out of rear camera and flash that goes hand-in-hand with previous rumours.

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HTC One (M9) Design Possibly Exposed by Leaked Case


Apparently, it's being speculated that the HTC One (M9) will feature a 20-megapixel rear-facing camera, just like the HTC One (M8) Eye. Meanwhile, the BoomSound speaker grills are expected to be unchanged, one each at the top and bottom on the front of the device.

It's unclear whether or not the leaked case will actually tell us anything concrete about the forthcoming product. It often happens, accessory makers tend to release cases for the upcoming devices before it's even unveiled just to create hype.

HTC is expected to make radical changes in respect of the One (M9). The company's last flagship handset, the One (M8) was critically acclaimed, though sales were not that encouraging.

Keeping that thing in mind, we're expecting an all new design for the HTC One (M9), also known as "Hima M9".

Rumours suggest that the M9 will feature a 5.1-inch FHD display, a Snapdragon 810 processor (64-bit), 4GB of RAM, 32 or 64GB of native storage, microSD card support, 20MP rear-facing camera, 13MP front shooter, Android 5.0 Lollipop with Sense 7.0, 4G LTE, 3G, NFC and a 3200mAh battery inside.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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