Fresh leaks on Twitter, from the user account @upleaks, has revealed the latest updates on the upcoming HTC One M9. The synopsis: this is one badass smartphone featuring the latest cutting edge technology, coupled with the most powerful hardware available.
According to @upleaks, the One M9 will sport Qualcomm’s brand new Snapdragon 810 SoC, which is so fast that it has four cores operating at a speedy 2GHz, and another four cores operating at 1.5Ghz. This allows the One M9 to use that faster cores for the more demanding and laborious tasks, while the four slower cores will perform the less taxing tasks, which will help ensure a longer lasting battery life.
Additionally, HTC’s latest flagship will also carry 3GB of RAM, and either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, which will be expandable by a microSD slot in case you need extra space.
The handset will also flex a 5-inch, AMOLED display with 1080 pixels. The biggest upgrade, aside from the lightning fast CPU, will be the camera that will receive a serious upgrade. The new rear camera will have 20.7 megapixels, and the front camera will have 4 megapixels. Another favorite new addition is the battery, which will get an impressive enhancement, up to 2849mAh, which will ensure your battery will last as long as you need it to.
The phone will also carry the latest and greatest mobile data technology support including VoLTE, LT, carrier aggregation and Category 6, which is also brand new and is rumored to see downloads speeds as quick as a whopping 300Mbps.
We will see the latest creation soon enough, as HTC sent out their invites for the HTC One M9 launch event for March 1, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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