Saturday, 21 November 2015

Latest HTC ready to fail more leading phone

HTC has lately been launching new variants of its 2015 flagship smartphone including the One M9e in China. Now, the latest in the series is the HTC One M9s, which has been launched in Taiwan.
Priced at TWD 12,900 (approximately Rs. 26,000), the smartphone is currently up for pre-orders via the company's e-commerce website in Taiwan. The One M9s aka One M9(s) will start shipping on Saturday. Unfortunately, there is no word at the time of writing whether the new HTC One M9s will be launched outside Taiwan. The One M9s features a design reminiscent of the HTC One M9 and appears to be a Taiwanese variant of the One M9e.
The HTC One M9s sports a 5-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixel) IPS display. Like to the HTC One M9+ and One M9e, the One M9s is powered by 2.2GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6795T Helio X10 processor; though the handset features just 2GB of RAM instead of the 3GB of RAM as seen in One M9+. The inbuilt storage on the device is 16GB, which is further expandable via microSD card (up to 2TB).
The spec listing also makes note of a “Sensor Hub,” however, it is currently unclear as to if this refers to a Nexus 6P/5X-type deal or else something different entirely. Curiously missing is any indication of what Android build will be present, or the fingerprint sensor included on the M9+.
The M9(s) will be made of dual-layer double-anodized aluminum and is currently up for pre-order in Taiwan where it is going to retail for NT $12,900, or roughly $393.

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