Comparative Shot Of HTC M8 And M9 Leaked

Posted: Jan 22 2015, 9:24am CST | by , in News | Technology News


Comparative shot of HTC M8 and M9 leaked

The latest flagship will have thinner bezels and a design quite similar to its predecessor

Feels just like yesterday when we couldn’t get over all the hype surrounding the HTC M8 and now it’s time for M9 which has even started to leak through various sites. M9 is going to receive some special attention as it is on its way of succession to the throne of the flagship for 2015 and the first ever leaked pictures of the phone have emerged though we cant guarantee any authenticity. However, from the looks of it, the phone seems pretty real and for now we will just rely on this for our M9 fantasies.

The next One in line is most likely going to be referred to as the M9 similar to the M8 and it has also received the codename of Hima. The picture clearly shows that the design of the M9 takes quite some inspiration from its predecessor; we find no difficulty in deducing this since this is a comparison shot.

The image is not a good source to start comparing the size of the two phones because we don’t know for sure whether the two handsets were placed side by side for this picture; there is a possibility that this may be a composite picture with two different pictures attached for a comparison. Apart from that, the M9 sports smaller bezels so even if the screen size is retained at 5 inches, the phone would at least appear to be narrower.

We can see a slight change in the design of the speaker grille which is under the display and other changes spotted here include the front-facing camera and the sensor array sitting next to it above the screen.

source: twitter

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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