HTC One (M9) and (M9) Plus first press images leaked by @evleaks

HTC is highly anticipated to announce the launch of its flagship smartphone One (M9) and a slew of other devices at the MWC 2015 tech show on March 1. The gossip mongers are constantly revealing aspects about the device to provide an insight of what we can expect from the upcoming HTC biggie. Adding to the list of leaks related to the HTC One (M9), retired leakster @evleaks has come up with a photo of the device.

HTC One (M9) & One (M9) Plus

The entrusted source has tweeted “Old habits die hard…,” and it shows a timeline showing HTC’s flagship smartphones. The render in the place next to One (M8) looks sleeker and more refined than the previous photos that have surfaced online. The device appears to feature a similar design as the HTC Desire Eye with an outstanding front facer. Notably, there are claims that it could be the One (M9) and One (M9) Plus, a scaled up variant of the alleged flagship smartphone.

As per earlier leaks, Twitter bound leakster @upleaks suggests that the bigger variant of the One (M9) is codenamed Hima_Ultra. Furthermore, the render makes it clear that there is a physical home button on the One (M9) Plus and it will double as a fingerprint scanner. Also, there are dual front firing speakers known as BoomSound as well on the handset.

From the previous rumors, the One (M9) is claimed to arrive with a 5-inch Full HD display and employ a 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor alongside Adreno 430 graphics unit and 3GB of RAM. There is expected to be a 20.7MP main camera at the back of the flagship model and a 13MP front facing selfie snapper. The One (M9) is said to be fueled by Android 5.0 Lollipop topped with Sense 7 UI.

On the other hand, the HTC One (M9) Plus is expected to come with a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and other specifications similar to the original M9. Besides the M9 and M9 Plus smartphone, HTC is also believed to unveil its first ever wearable device at the MWC 2015 tech show next month. There are speculations that this wearable would be a fitness focused one as the firm partnered with Under Armour, an American sportswear manufacturer. 

HTC One (M9) & One (M9) Plus