It looks and feels much like the HTC One (M8), with a fine finished steel exterior (available in silver, gold, gun-metal grey and pink), BoomSound front-facing speakers (now with connection capability) and a 5-inch 1080p display. But the design has become more compact with smaller bezels and a thinner body on the outside.
Likewise, there have been powerful upgrades inside. The M9 sports a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 quad-core CPU made by Qualcomm, 3 GB of RAM and a 2,840mAH battery. With a host of sensors, 128 GB of expandable storage via microSD and Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC’s TouchSense 7, the M9 is a powerful flagship from HTC.
20 Megapixels Deep
Stunning images are a favorite of HTC smartphone users. With the HTC One (M8), introduction of RE cameras and the HTC Desire line of smartphones, the company has put photo quality at its forefront.
The M9 smartphone has a 20 MP rear facing camera with an f/2.2 lens tucked under a sapphire glass cover, a BSI sensor, auto-focus and 4K video capability. The front-facing camera contains the UltraPixel specs of the One (M8)’s rear-camera. HTC said it will release frequent updates to the camera’s software to perfect and utilize these powerful specs.
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