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HTC One M9 Hima Specification Appears on AnTuTu

There has been much speculation regarding the anticipated successor to the current HTC One (M8), and for all you HTC fans out there, I’m sure you have been keeping a keen eye on developments of the much talked about HTC One (M9) codenamed Hima. It’s thought that the Android smartphone will make an appearance sometime in March, although it’s entirely possible that we might actually get a glimpse of the device during CES 2015 starting next week.

And now, to add to the other rumours that have been circulating recently, we have some more information regarding the specification of the smartphone which was spotted on an AnTutu benchmark test.

For anyone keeping a tab of alleged specifications to the successor of the One M8, you may find that the benchmark tests show similarities between features that the handset has previously been reported to have; but for those who haven’t here’s a quick recap. The HTC One M9 is expected to feature a 5-inch display sporting a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels, some have been surprised by this as a lot of manufacturers are adopting the QHD resolution instead. Other reported features include a quad-core Snapdragon 810 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and will be running the latest Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update. According to the benchmark details, it would also seem as if HTC are moving away from the previously used UltraPixel setup, and instead it will feature a more traditional 20.7MP rear camera and also an impressive 13MP front-facing camera, similar to that seen on the HTC Desire Eye.

Unsurprisingly, HTC haven’t acknowledged this latest bit of leaked information, however it may not be too long before we find out whether there is indeed any truth in it. In the meantime, if we find out any more information, you can be assured we’ll keep you posted.

 

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