Rumored to debut at the HTC special press conference held last week in New York, the Quad-HD sibling of the HTC One M9, the HTC One M9+ also known as HTC Hima didn’t make its first public appearance. However, even the postponed premiere of the awaited phablet didn’t end up the flood of leaks regarding the device. Now, the handset is expected to have a global premiere sooner than we think. According to the latest report, the One M9+ will allegedly hit worldwide market in the first half of 2015.
HTC One M9+ to hit worldwide market in the first half of 2015
Those of us who naively believed that the HTC One M9+ aka Hima Ultra would be showcased officially for the first time at the recent HTC special press event may feel a bit disappointed. Since at its special event HTC didn’t mention a single world about the discussed phablet. But it doesn’t necessarily mean we won’t heard about the handset at least for a while, frankly speaking the rumor mill is constantly processing new portions of news concerning the device.
Thanks to the well-known tipster, Upleaks, we learn that the HTC One M9+ will become available in the EMEA region, that is Europe, Middle East and Africa countries sometime in late days of March. However, being aware of the fact that we’re pretty much half-way through March, April seems a more probable release date for the phone.
Just to refresh your memory, the HTC One M9+ has been so far discussed to came with a massive 5.2-inch Quad HD display, BoomSound tech speakers and touch-based finger sprint sensor located on the handset’s front side guarantying advanced personal data protection features. On the side of optics, the Hima Ultra’s future users will be reportedly provided with a powerful 20.7-megapixel main camera accompanied by a 2.1-megapixel Duo Camera front-facing shooter. In addition, the phone’s lights will be kept on by a 2,840 mAh battery.
Running the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop with Sense 7.0 UI, the HTC One M9+ will arrive in two variants: one powered by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek MT6795 chipset and one featuring a Snapdragon 810 chip. While the first option is presumably reserved for the market of China, the second variant will most likely be an international model. In both cases, the processor unit is rumored to come paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB of expandable built-in storage.
At this point, pretty much everything we know about the HTC One M9+ is nothing more than just unofficial speculations that should be treated with a pinch of salt. Time will verify how much correct were our assumptions.
source: Upleaks (Twitter)