HTC One X9 leaks yet again, rumored to have a 2.2 Ghz Octa-Core and a 13MP camera

By Sudhiir
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HTC is all likely to come up with a new high end phone. The HTC One X9 has already received a TENAA certification last month and some images have been leaked in live this week. Some high-resolution photographs have emerged from HTC One X9.

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The photos alleged to be those of the One X9 were leaked on a Chinese smartphone blog Anzhou photos of the phone from several angles. HTC One X9 has curved edges and has the signature of the Trademark Boomsound dual front facing speakers. The images are detailed and show ports, volume rocker, power/lock button and the images are shown clearly.

High resolution images of the HTC One X9 leak yet again

On the rear, the phone has a metal finish with the camera lens and lash situated in a glossy strip across the top back. The teaser released earlier this week has given information about the 13MP camera, OIS and RAW support on the One X9.

High resolution images of the HTC One X9 leak yet again

HTC One X9 rumored Specifications

The 5.5" FHD IPS display with 2.5D glass. The device is powered by a 2.2 ghz Octa-Core processor. It has a 2GB Ram, an internal storage of 16GB that is expandable up to 1TB with microSD. The device is expected to have a Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense UI on top. The HTC One X9 could have a 13MP camera on the rear with dual-tone flash. It could also have 5MP ultra pixel camera for selfies. The device has a dimensions of 153.2x75.9x7.99m and weighs 174 grams. The device also has dual front-facing speakers. Connectivity options could include 4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS. It could be backed by a 3000mAh battery.

The HTC One X9 is rumored to be released sometime in Q1 2016.

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