HTC One M9+ Rumored To Be Unveiled Soon

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  1. nviz22 macrumors 68040

    nviz22

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    http://phandroid.com/2015/03/25/htc-one-m9-plus-event/

    April 8th, Beijing, China. HTC One M9+ rumored to have a QHD screen w/ 5.2" display size. 3 GB of RAM paired with a 64 bit Mediatek Processor. Fingerprint scanner as well with dual front facing speakers. Two toned finish like the M9 itself. What the M9 should've been, perhaps? Different camera sensor perhaps since leaked images shows a different lens housing. #MoreThanOne
     
  2. Jamiet361 macrumors member

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    Bleh, it's so ugly. What's going on with the on screen buttons, black bar AND finger print sensor?

    I get that the need room for the electronics, but Jesus.
     

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  3. tbayrgs macrumors 603

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    No interest from me, and I'm a fan of HTC, still own a M7 Dev Edition that I just can't seem to part with, even though I'm not using it.

    I understand it's unrealistic to expect HTC to overhaul its flagship every year but the evolution from the M7 to the M8 just isn't significant enough, IMO. I like the build materials but don't like how the speakers are separate pieces from the display and as is obvious, the giant chin is just too much.

    This isn't what the M9 shouldve been--that would be those widely circulated renders showing the dual speakers as small slits on on otherwise monolithic black slab. I generally dislike Samsung's mobile devices but I think the S6 devices are far better looking designs. The latest from HTC just look like afterthoughts to me.
     
  4. nviz22 thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Personally, that's the HTC One M9 I was looking for about 24 days ago. I don't like the idea of a mediatek processor because the lack of developers for it since Snapdragons are more mainstream.
     

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