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The New HTC One M9
The Taiwanese company HTC launched its latest flagship smartphone, One M9, in Barcelona on march 1st 2015 at the MWC event.
While it looks similar to its previous version the One (M8), the new One M9 design is more refined with a dual anodization and scratch-resistant coating and sapphire glass on the camera lens. It has a single-part front bezel, new placement for the Power/Lock key, an improved volume rocker, and new colour options.
HTC One M9 powers a display of 5″ 1080 pixels – the similar element from One (M8). Super LCD3 – with slight upgrade on the technology part and color coating. The highpoint of the front panel are the traditional Boom Sound stereo speakers, now improved further by Dolby Sound technology.
The One M9 is power-driven by the cutting-edge and latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset – an octa-core 64-bit processor with four Cortex-A57 cores at 2.0GHz and four Cortex-A53 running at 1.5GHz. The newfangled Adreno 430 is accountable for the power graphics, while the 3GB RAM is enough to do the multi-tasking.
HTC One M9 is loaded with non-replaceable 2,840 mAh battery. Fast charging is value-added feature by default, but the charger within the box is not a “fast charger”.
HTC has favoured the dual-camera of a Toshiba-made 20MP BSI camera on the back with F/2.2 aperture and dual-LED dual-tone flash. The maximum shooting resolution is 5376 x 3752 pixels – that’s 10:7 aspect ratio. RAW capture is supported, as is 4K video recording. The front selfie camera uses a 4MP UltraPixel sensor, quite similar to the one embedded on the backs of HTC One (M7) and One (M8), but without auto focus.
HTC One M9 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop enhanced with the new HTC Sense 7 UI. The pricing is yet to be announced, but the HTC One M9 is expected to launch in March.