HTC invite to attend the event on 8/4, will launch HTC One M9+?

HTC has recently sent a letter to the Chinese media to invite them to attend an event called “More Than One” took place on April 8/2015. In the invitation to the appearance of a device with round cluster camera with Dual LED flash.


After many rumors, finally manufacturer from Taiwan has announced the specific launch date of HTC One M9+. The launch event will be held in Beijing, China in the next 8/4. It seems that this time, the HTC targeted to Asia rather than the Western markets as before.


HTC One M9+ with the slogan is “More than One”, surely it wants to give users a more advanced model of flagship One line, not only in size, but also the new promising technology.


Based on the information leakage over time, the more likely this is the HTC One M9+ will be bigger than HTC M9, a 5.5 inch screen with a resolution of up to 1440×2560 pixel upgraded Quad HD, but this model will be divided into 2 sessions. One of MediaTek chip processor, the rest is equipped with Snapdragon 810 chipset and 3GB RAM the ability to issue multiple distinct markets.


In addition to the dominant configuration parameters highlights, HTC One M9+ will own a number of significant features than HTC One M9, including where the home button is integrated fingerprint sensor identification, dual camera cluster redundant effect of the HTC One M8, but the rear camera is a 20.7 megapixel with dual LED flash. Of course, the device has finished with a solid metal frame.

We will know more about the product after two weeks.

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