HTC One M9 rumored to launch early 2015 with front facing Bose speakers – [Rumors]
Its usually this time of the year when rumors linked to multiple OEMs flagship devices begin to surface. According to some (very early) rumors, HTC have already started working on their upcoming HTC One M9, considered by many as the Taiwanese tech giant’s next flagship device of 2015. From what we have heard so far, the HTC One M9 will most definitely pack a punch so it seems from the initial specs that have been leaked which include the ultra fast and powerful Snapdragon 805 chipset, a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 display, a 16 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, options of either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, a 3,500mAh battery and much more. On of the surprise exclusions from the upcoming device is the fact that HTC have opted to revert back to traditional shooters instead of the Ultra-Pixel cameras that were rolled out with its flagship predecessors, the HTc One M7 and the HTC One M8.
Another major talking point which has certainly raised a few eyebrows is the (possible) affiliation of HTC with renowned audio giants, Bose for manufacturing the device’s front facing speakers, a feature introduced by HTC and now adapted by other OEMs as well including Motorola. Its still not confirmed whether Bose would also be creating any special EQ software or will have a heavy hand in crafting the audio drivers that will go inside the M9, but looking to partner up with one of the biggest names in consumer audio would certainly suggest they’ll be getting as serious as they ever have been about audio considering the company’s earlier affiliation with Beats Audio.
There are also rumors on the possible launch of a premium variant of the HTC One M9 which for now is simply known as the, HTC One M9 Prime. As far as the Prime’s tech specs are concerned, there has been no official word on it as yet but we are anticipating it to have an edge over the regular M9 mainly in the hardware/specs department. We’ll keep you guys posted as soon as we get some more insights on HTC’s flagship device of 2015, till then do stick around for more. Cheers !!