With the launch of the HTC One M9+(Plus) less than a week away, a new set of photos that emerged on Thursday offer a closer look at what is said to be a near-final cover for the upcoming beast.
We're not expecting HTC to officially unveil One M9+ until April 8, but that's not holding case makers back.
China's leading international B2B trading site, Alibaba has always been a great source of leaks, and this time around a set of images have made their way on to the net which shows off a few notable tweaks about HTC One M9+(Plus) .
The largest change comes in the form of a physical power button that has been subject of rumour and speculations in recent days.
Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6, the upcoming One M9+ premium smartphone will house a fingerprint scanner on the home button for user authentication, although it is yet to be confirmed.
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What's more, the original HTC One had BoomSound on both the ends and top front of the device, but in this case the makers had to split the bottom speaker grill into two part, to accommodate for the physical home button.
As you can see from the photo above, the cameras are different on the HTC One M9+(Plus) when compared to those on the One M9.
Apparently, there's a dual camera setup on the rear back of the One M9+ , although one should expect the device to come with a 20-megapixel camera on the back, and an Ultrapixel front-facing shooter.
As far as the technical specifications are concerned, the ‘iPhone 6 Plus' killer is said to arrive with a 5.2-inch display having a resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels.
Under the hood, the smartphone will apparently come powered by a 64-bit, octa-core MediaTek MT6795T processor, paired with 3 GB of RAM.
Like the HTC One M9, the forthcoming handset would run on Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense 7.0 UI on top.
Again, it is always good to take every bit of rumour with a large spoonful of salt. Moving ahead, HTC will likely reveal the HTC One M9+ in Beijing, China on April 8. The handset maker recently subtly hinted the device when they sent out the press invitations of the event to the tech media world.
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