HTC M9 Brings the Expected Improvements, Front Facing Flash, Virtual Buttons

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I like to peruse Google+ every once in a while, because I stumble upon concepts like the one below, posted by Brendan Creek. He imagined a HTC M9 with a few changes compared to the HTC One M8, but these are the necessary ones.


For starters the basic lines of design are kept, maybe with smaller bezels and this time we get virtual Android buttons, not capacitive ones. The HTC M9 relies on a brand new Snapdragon 810 processor, a 3000 mAh battery and a 5.2 inch screen. There’s an 8 megapixel front facing camera this time and a front facing flash as well. At the back we’ve got an 8 ultrapixel duo camera, with laser auto focus, like the LG G3.

BoomSound speakers are also included and this new model is 8.3 mm thin. Frankly speaking, I could do without the Duo camera and without the dual tone flash, since none of them have been proven to be spectacularly efficient on this device or others. What do you think of the HTC One M9?

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