Upcoming HTC One M9 Plus Tipped To Feature 5.2-inch QHD Screen

    Rumours about HTC's One 9 Plus show no signs of slow down. According to a new report, the M9 Plus will have a 5.2-inch QHD screen and a fingerprint scanner in tow. This is not new territory for HTC. The tech giant had previously released a handset called HTC One Max with a gigantic screen.

    It is believed that the large screen sized version of the original M9 would be similar to the HTC One M9 in terms of the design; though, the forthcoming device will have a slightly large screen that too with a QHD resolution.

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    Upcoming HTC One M9 Plus Tipped To Feature 5.2-inch QHD Screen

    Previously, reports hinted that the One M9 Plus would feature a 5.5-inch QHD display, but the latest rumour suggests that the phone will have a smaller 5.2-inch QHD display. There's no information on weight, but it's safe to assume that it's going to be slightly heavier. The other reason the HTC One M9 Plus will be slightly heavier is because it will house a huge battery, according to some media reports.

    Most media reports hint that the One M9 Plus will have the MT6795, which is a 64-bit octa-core processor, with the same 4x Cortex-A57 + 4xA53 chip design as the Snapdragon 810. Beyond that, the device will be stuffed with a 20MP rear-facing camera, alongside a 5MP front-facing shooter.

    If accurate, it looks as if the HTC One M9 Plus will be the next-generation handset HTC users have been craving for, with its 5.2-inch QHD screen and large battery.

    Meanwhile, in terms of launch, it's being speculated that HTC could launch the device in China first, followed by other major territories.

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