While no one was waiting, the HTC One M9+ should soon be available in Europe. Good news for consumers in the Old Continent, which will finally be able to have the opportunity to get their hands on this enhanced version of the One M9.
The HTC One M9+ was announced last April at a press conference in Beijing. A place that allowed elsewhere suggests that the terminal would be reserved for the Asian continent. But obviously this terminal would be more traveler than previously thought. It is indeed arrived in the United States via the Amazon site a few days ago, and looks like it comes straight at us. The serial leaker Asian LlabTooFeR has indeed asserted that the smartphone would be available in all countries of the Old Continent in the third quarter.
According to his tweet, the One M9+ would be available in Germany, Italy, Russia and other European countries. This is good news for those who wanted a One M9 with a larger screen, higher resolution and particularly without overheating problem due to the Snapdragon 810.
Remember also its characteristics: it HTC One M9+ displays a QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixels) 5.2 inch and has a 64-bit SoC octa-core MediaTek MT6795T 2.2 GHz, accompanied by GPU PowerVR G6200 and 3GB of RAM. For storage, 32GB of internal memory are integrated and a MicroSD slot which can accommodate a memory card of up to 128 GB. A beautiful configuration, which is comparable to the One M9, yet considered the flagship of the Taiwanese brand.
The phone also features a dual sensor (20 megapixels + 2.1 megapixels) back and a webcam 4 Ultrapixels front. Also note the presence of a fingerprint reader to unlock the smartphone. All operating according to all likelihood Android 5.0 Lollipop.
No information has yet filtered regarding its prices in Europe, but know that it is sold at 799 dollars in the US, or about 710 euros.