Spoiler Alert: HTC One M9 Plus Leaks in New Promos Ahead of April 8 Launch

    Rumors about HTC One M9's larger variant, the One M9 Plus have been doing rounds for quite some time now. A new report has shared some light on to some promotional images of the alleged device in all its glory.

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    Spoiler Alert: HTC One M9 Plus Leaks in New Promos Ahead of Launch

    The report cites a Chinese website that has leaked some purported pictures of the alleged M9 Plus. While essentially the M9 Plus follows the same design features of the original M9, save that it's slightly bigger of course.

    The main point of distinction in one of the leaked images though is the prominent presence of a physical home button on the alleged device. Now that's a first for HTC, if at all the images are anywhere close to reality.

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    The presence of a physical home button could only point to one thing, that HTC may be looking to include a fingerprint sensor on the alleged device, just like Samsung.

    That's all the information we could salvage from the report, although reports of the alleged device's specifications have been tipped earlier.

    Spoiler Alert: HTC One M9 Plus Leaks in New Promos Ahead of Launch

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

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    Earlier, the company launched a revamped variant of its 2014 One M8 flagship, the M8s in Europe. The HTC Desire M8s is powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 615 SoC and a 13MP rear Duo camera.


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