The HTC One M9 was announced not too long ago to much fanfare and excitement, so much so that folks would surely have also caught whiff of the HTC Hima Ultra, which could very well be the HTC One M9 Plus (or HTC One M9+, depending on how you would want it to be spelled). It seems that there is a spanking new leak which points the handset to be closer to a release that originally anticipated.
This alleged smartphone is touted to have made its way in images, not to mention accompanied by a slew of benchmark results, which should point to a rather solid foundation or idea on what the upcoming handset should offer to the masses.
@upleaks are the ones behind these leaks, and they have also explained that this new handset should be making its way in the EMEA region (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) with a targeted release date of Q1 2015. Taking into consideration how we are about to close the first quarter of the year, perhaps it might be a whole lot more realistic to settle for a Q2 release date, don’t you think so?
The HTC One M9+ is touted to run on a MediaTek MT6795 or a Snapdragon 810 processor, with rumors pointing to a 5.2” QHD display, a built-in fingerprint scanner, 3GB RAM, and 32GB of internal memory.