HTC One M9 leaked images front to back [updated]


Updated: 10:00 pm 1/22/2015

Phandroid has now obtained a few more images of the upcoming HTC One M9 (Hima), this time showing off a total front view with no obstructions as well as our first shot at the back of the device.

HTC One M9 front panel


The back of the device features the squarish circular camera housing and there is no duo camera in sight. Now we can finally lay to rest the myth setup on the One M9. It seems as if the originally leaks from NoWhereElse are now totally accurate. Surely there will be more to come if all of these shots came in just one day.

HTC One M9 rear shot



HTC One M9 front


The HTC One M9 has seen quite a few leaks within the past few days. With each passing hour it seems as if the leaks are getting more and more prevalent and more and more clear. Today’s latest image leaks come from over at Phandroid, where a trusted source close to HTC sent them the pictures.

The device remains in line with the previous slew of leaks we’ve seen, starting with the original device from NoWhereElse. The new images are still a little blurry, but are the most crisp view we’ve seen so far.

The new button placement on the device now seems guaranteed one hundred percent. The lock button has migrated from the top of the device, to the side below the volume rockers. The volume rockers are now split into two distinct buttons instead of a solid piece constructions.


The front-facing camera seems to be a little larger than the one on the One M8, which aligns with the expectation of it receiving a 13 megapixel shooter.

Among other things, the HTC One M9 seems like an updated and more refined version of the HTC One M8. It features the same style of unibody with the same color. The source also confirmed an octa-core processor (did not confirm the Snapdragon 810) and 3 GB of RAM. They were unable to confirm any other rumors.

HTC One M9 spec list

Dimensions 144.3 x 69.4 x 9.56 mm
Weight N/A
Display 5″ (1080 x 1920) | 443 ppi
Camera 20.7 megapixels (rear) | 13 megapixels (front)
Hardware 2.0 GHz quad-core + 1.5 Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 810 | Adreno 430
Battery 2,840 mAh
Storage 32 GB (expandable)
Operating System Android 5.0 Lollipop | Sense 7.0
Durability N/A
Colors Gray, Silver, Gold, Gunmetal Gold

Source: Phandroid


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