After weeks of rumors and speculation, the HTC One M9+ has finally gone official today. The handset was unveiled in China by the company and will unfortunately remain an exclusive to the region. In order to make it stand apart from its 1080p sibling, HTC has made some rather odd design changes. The most notable
As we all know by now, HTC is expected to announce the One M9 flagship at an event in Barcelona which is scheduled for about 10 days from now. And as we lead up to the announcement, the Taiwanese manufacturer has teased the arrival of “Something Huge” to further fuel our excitement. The company has already acknowledged
HTC is expected to announce two smartphones at the MWC on the 1st of March. While one of them is the One M9, there’s also a phablet rumored to be launching under the One M9 Plus moniker with a QHD display. Today, this variant has been spotted on a benchmark listing, thus confirming its existence.
A new revelation on Twitter has revealed what could well be our first look of the HTC One M9 and its larger sibling, the One M9 Plus. A few days ago, we came across a very suspicious looking render of the One M9 Plus and were positive that it was a fake, but this new
The HTC One M9 Plus has just leaked out in a new series of images, revealing what appears to be an all new design from the company. We are taking these pictures with a large chunk of salt given that one of the images shows the device to be having a physical home button. It