It seems like HTC still has something up its sleeves before the spring end. The company has already announced its flagship for this year, the HTC One M9, which will be launched in the U.S with its direct competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S6. Reportedly, another variant of the One M9, in a bigger form factor is in the work.
The newest device, so called the One M9+, is a minor upgrade from its sibling. The phone will allegedly come in two variants, one for the EMEA region, supports the MT6795 Octa-core processor; the U.S variant will be featuring the Snapdragon 810 processor. The biggest change here would be at the display resolution, believed to be a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display. The device will also be featuring a fingerprint scanner, follow its predecessor, the One Max.
Finally, the source expects the phone to be announced at the end of this quarter or early in the second quarter. Stay tuned, as the site will update you with the newest information regrading this handset.