And here it is. After weeks of leaks and rumours, the HTC One M9 is finally here and apart from the much awaited smartphone we also have the first look at HTC’s first wearable called HTC Grip. Needless to say things are looking very interesting as HTC just announced that they will be partnering up with Valve to release a virtual reality headset called HTC Vive. The company also announced the latest Sense version as well as an amazing news that the newest Sense will be coming on the old devices like One M8. The Sense 7 will also be the first Sense to have Sense Themes. HTC is firing on all hours right now.
Let’s take a look at the specs of HTC One M9; the phone comes with 5 inches of FHD screen, the same screen size/resolution we have seen in the HTC One M8. There is a massive 64 bit Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor under the hood with 4 cores clocked at 2.0 gigahertz and 4 cores clocked at 1.5 gigahertz. The phone will have 32 gigs of onboard storage that will be expandable to 128 gigs using the micro SD card slot. We also get 3 gigs of RAM. HTC One M9 supports all major bands of 3G and LTE. BoomSound speakers are back with Dolby Digital 3.0. The best quality about the phone though is the massive 20 megapixel BSI sensor with scratch resistant sapphire lens capable of 4K recording. On the front we will be having HTC’s UltraPixel camera. The pricing and availability is still a rumtour but according to several sources, the One M9 will go on sale for $650, that’s the price for unlocked, carrier free model. The phone is expected to launch this month. Last but not the least, the phone will be booting Google’s Android 5.0.2 Lollipop coupled with Sense 7. Sadly, we don’t get any IP certification.