Update: The render at the very bottom has been leaked by @upleaks, and it shows off the back of the alleged phone, complete with the three color options that will purportedly be available (though the duotone build is not visible from this angle). We can also look at the DuoCamera setup, as well as the dual-tone LED flash.

Promotional images for HTC’s April 8 event have been leaked yesterday, showing off the phone tentatively called the One M9+, and some of its key features. While said promo materials didn’t mention the device by its name, today’s set of leaked renders and slides specifically mention the”HTC One M9+”, and we’re quite sure it will be the star of next Tuesday’s event in Beijing.

The HTC One M9+ images you see above and below don’t seem to reveal too much (or at least to those who can’t read the text), but they once again show off the home button, underneath which a fingerprint scanner is expected to reside. The images appear to be screenshots from a demo app of some sort, and they emphasize on the build quality once again (with the duotone finish of the classic One M9), the mysterious button flanked by the BoomSound speakers on the bottom (left and right), and that’s pretty much it.

As a reminder, depending on what rumors you tend to believe, the HTC One M9+ should pack a either a 64-bit MediaTek chip or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM, 5.2-inch Quad HD display, and a DuoCamera setup (20.7 MP plus a 2.1 MP sensor).

You can find more images at the source link below, and, if you understand the text in the images, drop us a comment should you spot something interesting.

One M9 Plus button 2

One M9 Plus colors

Source: MyDrivers




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