HTC One M9 Imagined by Hasan Kaymak

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Since the HTC One M8 was a subtle design change compared to the HTC One, I also expect the HTC One M9 to change things… discretely. Following the same train of thought, designer Hasan Kaymak has rendered the HTC One M9 concept shown below.

HTC One M9

This model comes with HTC Sense 7, that takes minimalism to a new level, making everything so minimal, that it looks like the monochrome power saving on the Galaxy S5 was activated. As far as the phone itself goes, this time we don’t get a useless bar with the HTC logo at the bottom and we get rid of the capacitive buttons. We only get virtual buttons and a very small lower area bezel.

There appear to be two areas that light up at the top and bottom and side edges are almost non existant. The general format remains the same and I’m pretty sure the profile of the HTC One M9 is curved. I’m also guessing this model may make the jump to 64 bit processing, a fingerprint scanner, health features or some other trendy gimmick. What do you think?

[via Hasan Kaymak]

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  • Love the design…i hope there are slimmed down BoomSound speakers on the top and bottom with those at the bottom split in two so HTC can insert a small HTC logo… since they are so keen on letting everyone know who made the device.