HTC One M9 Plus Rendered Images Leaked Online Ahead of Launch [Report]

    HTC's upcoming phone One M9 plus has been doing round online for past few days with its leaked specifications and images.

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    HTC One M9 Plus Rendered Images Leaked Online Ahead of Launch [Report]

    Until now, we have seen render images from various sources, but as per the latest leak, the HTC One M9 Plus is expected to come with a physical button on the front.

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    According to the new leaked image, there is a physical button present in the middle of the bottom Boom speaker. Now with these rendered image we can almost see the entire device clearly, where the company is sticking with the particular unibody style as usual.

    As per the leaked specifications, the HTC One M9 Plus might come in two different variants, which seems to be vary in the chipsets.

    HTC One M9 Plus Rendered Images Leaked Online Ahead of Launch [Report]

    The MediaTek MT6795 chipset variant is expected to be released on the Asian markets, while a Snapdragon 810 chipset version will be sold on the other parts.

    The M9 Plus is rumored to feature a 5.2-inch QHD display and will reportedly come in two processor variants: one with a MediaTek MT6795 chipset and another with Snapdragon 810 under the hood.

    HTC One M9 Plus Rendered Images Leaked Online Ahead of Launch [Report]

    Other rumored specs of the alleged device include: 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory.

    Anyhow, the cameras are likely to be 20.7 MP on the back and a 4MP Ultrapixel model on the front. The whole device is expected to be by a 2840 mAh, non-removable battery.

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    As of now, we don't have enough information about the pricing and releasing. However, HTC has scheduled the launch of One M9 Plus on April 8 on Beijing, China.

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