Well, we can’t go through a day without any leaks about HTC. We have been hearing about this so-called HTC One M9+, a phablet variant to succeed the One Max. While we have seen a lot of leaks, the phone is yet to be on schedule to have it shown case to the public. So in the meantime, let’s entertain ourselves with more leaks. Unfortunately, these new pictures emerged from @upleak, beside bolstering the claim of such device exists, does not give us any new information.
A short recap, the handset is expected to have a QHD display, with the resolution of 1440×2560. The device supposedly sports a 64-bit OctaCore MediaTek MT6795 SoC beneath, accompanies with the PwerVR G6200 Rogue GPU. However, there are some rumors going around that a Snapdragon variant will also be available, depend on markets. 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage (should be expandable) are also included.
The most significant detail is that the phone is featuring a home button that is also a fingerprint scanner. In addition, the phone will also have the duo-camera from the One M8, except with a 13MP lens instead of the Ultra Pixel lens.
Via: Phone Arena