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HTC One M9 press renders leak along with full-spec sheet & pricing info

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We’re around a week away from the official unveiling of the HTC One M9 in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress. And as you would expect, a new leak has surfaced just before the official announcement. This time we get our first look at alleged press shots of the device and the final spec-sheet along with details on the pricing. The leak comes courtesy of a German retailer Cyberport.de that accidentally listed the 2015 HTC flagship on its website.

According to the listing, the HTC One M9 will feature a 5-inch 1080p Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core 2.0GHz chipset, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage with a microSD card slot for expansion, 20MP rear camera with dual-tone LED flash, 4MP UltraPixel camera, BoomSound stereo speakers, NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, LTE Cat.6 connectivity with support for maximum download speeds of up to 300Mbps, and a 2,900mAh capacity battery. The smartphone is said to come with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box with HTC’s Sense 7 user-interface running on top. The listing further points to a 9.61mm profile and a weight of 157.5 grams. The press shots appear very familiar as well, with most of the design elements that we have been seeing with the One M9 leaked photos over the past few weeks.

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Most of the specifications of the One M9 have been known already and aren’t very surprising. What we didn’t know however, was the pricing. According to the retailer, the One M9 will go on sale by April in the German market and will retail at a price of €749. This means you may expect a pricing around the $750 mark in the US for the unlocked model.

Source: MobileGeeks

 

 

 

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