HTC One (M9) specifications and features revealed



HTC One  is made of aluminum and its hardware is part of the high-end time to compete directly with the flagships of other companies. Because of this, it is normal that HTC wants to renew it for another generation, giving way to the HTC One (M9).

The rumors about this device have only just begun. This information, unconfirmed by the brand, adds that the screen resolution to 2560 x 1440 would pixel, a next generation processor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7 GHz and a RAM which would become 3GB.

However, one of the major changes that could take HTC unlike the last models of “smartphone” would be the elimination of Ultrapixel camera 16 megapixel sensor with optical image stabilizer. Another innovation is the incorporation of a Bose audio system.

Although it is still early to confirm the hardware specifications of the HTC One (M9), the Chinese web My Drivers ensures reliable data on the components mounted mobile. For a little more specific, HTC could have bet directly by the Qualcomm Snapdragon S0C 805, the processor already has all the ballots to be present in most high-end devices of different brands.

Alongg with the Snapdragon 805, HTC One (M9) may be provided with 3 GB of RAM and an internal memory of 32 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB that we can expand using microSD cards. For paragraph of autonomy, the mobile may have a battery of 3500 mAh.

The next screen HTC One might have a diagonal of 5.5 inches and in regards to your camera, Ultrapixel technology could not be reused to make way for a sensor of 16 megapixels with optical image stabilizer. It seems that the commitment to technology Ultrapixel not finished offering the expected results and prefer resume the usual way in recent smartphones that are appearing.

When will we see the HTC One (M9) be unveiled? Except the usual leaks, is expected to see the HTC One (M9) during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It will be during the tech event when we find out if these rumors are true or is there something I have been wrong.

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