HTC One M9 design considers enhancements


It’s often the case in the mobile industry that no sooner than a flagship device arrives, attention turns to the next version. The HTC One M8 released in March and renders are already appearing for the HTC One M9. We enjoy looking at concept designs as they can offer a nice teaser of possibilities to come, and today we have a new HTC One M9 design that considers enhancements.

This is not the first One M9 idea we’ve seen and it most certainly won’t be the last. If you want to check out a couple of the most recent concepts of this device that we’ve shared then you can do so here and here. This latest HTC M9 render comes from designer Brendan Creek who has considered the improvements and changes that could be made with the next version of the popular One.

Creek’s HTC One M9 specs include a Snapdragon 810 processor, a 5.2-inch display, and a 3000 mAh battery. There are improved BoomSound speakers and the device is 8.9mm thick/thin. The camera arrangement consists of an 8 UltraPixel rear Duo camera with Laser Auto Focus and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera with front-facing flash.

The design of the phone closely resembles the current model, but it has virtual buttons rather than capacitive ones and also looks as though it might have slimmer bezels. As for the real HTC One M9 we haven’t heard many leaks on this device yet, although optical zoom is rumored as a possibility.

It would be interesting to hear what readers think about this HTC One M9 vision, especially regarding the Duo camera, which has been one of the only areas of criticism regarding the current flagship. Would you like to see the official HTC One M9 with this styling and these specs?

Source: Brendan Creek (Google+)
Via: Concept Phones


One thought on “HTC One M9 design considers enhancements”

  1. blackdogdisc says:

    I’d like to see a 5.5″ screen, bigger battery, NOT QHD (1080 is fine), better/louder speakers, and a WAY better camera…hopefully with OIS.

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