Recent reports suggest that HTC is preparing to unveil its new flagship HTC One for 2015 earlier than anyone could expect. Instead of debuting in March at MWC as it was previously believed, the code-named HTC Hima is now speculated to be highly probable to have its premiere next month at CES 2015. What’s more, just few weeks ago we were discussing leaks concerning the phone’s specs sheet, today we read that the phone has just passed through AnTuTu. Interestingly enough, the list of specs delivered by benchmark goes in pair with the leaked tech parameters.
HTC One for 2015 may be announced next month
According to the leak, the upcoming HTC Hima (M9)will sport a 5-inch QHD display with 1440x2560p resolution and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 CPU with the Adreno 430 GPU responsible for high quality graphics experience. There will be also 3GB RAM, the freshest Android 5.0.1 Lollipop with Sense 7.0 installed on the top of it, and a 2,840 mAh battery that can be optimize to deliver more energy than expected.
The phone’s main selling point, magnetizing attention of their future users, is undoubtedly the powerful 20.7-megapixel main camera that is accompanied by definitely a selfie-friendly 13-megapixel unit set on the phone’s front. On the connectivity side, the Hima comes equipped with a full package of connectivity options, including support for the ultra fast LTE Cat.6 network. By equipping the Hima in such highly advanced specs the HTC made a great design progress since the HTC One M8 debut.
Moving on, when it comes to the body design, we can’t say nothing for sure. Although the leaked materials present images of the alleged Hima (on which the phone appears to have a white cover with the manufacturer’s logo located at its bottom bezel), they’re more like an artistic renders that actual pics, which is why they should be taken with a pinch of salt.
With already sent invitations to the press conference taking place at CES 2015 on January 5th, the HTC is announcing the world that the premiere of their next generation flagship is sooner that we thought. So, the good thing is that we don’t have to wait long to learn how much correct were our speculations.
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