Renowned leaker @Upleaks has posted a couple of press renders clearly showing the design of the much-anticipated upscaled variant of HTC’s flagship smartphone of 2015, the One M9.
If HTC were a kitchen utensil, one might think that the Taiwan-based company is a sieve, considering all the recent leaks about its upcoming handsets. On top of the much-leaked HTC One E9(here and here) and One M9 Plus handsets, we now have news about a tablet with the codename HTC T1H that will be launched in China in partnership with China Mobile. We have the image and specifications after the break.
If you were getting tired of the HTC One M9 Plus leaks, we have a slightly different offering for you today in the form of some leaked renders of the HTC One E9 Plus courtesy of the serial leaker @upleaks. The leaked images show the handset in a variety of colours, with the gun-metal grey version posing as the main image above.
This summer, it seems that LG will join Samsung in releasing a handset that is centered around the use of a stylus. The name device itself have yet to be confirmed but it is currently being called the G4 Note (or G Note). In fact, it could be the device that LG selects as its flagship for 2015. Not much is know about the G4 Note at this time, but images have surfaced showing an alleged pre-release model.
While the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets have received much praise and plaudits for their stylish design, there were a couple of criticisms. The two main items of contention were the lack of MicroSD card support and the presence of a non-removable battery. The Galaxy S6 Active will return to Samsung’s roots though and come with a MicroSD card slot and removable battery according to an interview with a Samsung representative and Reddit member Garshol.
Over the last few days, we’ve seen a steady drip feed of leaks and rumours about the HTC One M9 Plus, with a possible announcement for the device on April 8th according to an HTC invite. Today’s leak sees the Quad HD wallpapers of the alleged HTC One M9 Plus becoming available to download.
The upscaled version of HTC’s flagship smartphone of 2015, the One (M9), has been the subject of a lot of speculation for a while now. Leaks have been plentiful and, consequently, we’ve learnt quite a bit about the devices specifications from press renders and prematurely published spec sheets.
Now, however, we’re finally getting a first-hand look at the design of the One M9+.