Via a tweet on the popular social network, the developer LlabTooFeR us that the HTC One M9+ may come in some European markets from Q3 2015.
The developer behind a series of other rumors about HTC that have proven true then. HTC One M9 was released a few months ago but it was a big flop for the company, which could then hope to raise a little ‘earnings release in Europe the enhanced variant of its flagship, the HTC One M9+.
According to the tweet in question, the device could reach Europe, specifically in Germany, Italy, Russia and other countries in the period from September to December. Unlike the flagship released some time ago, HTC One M9 has several enhanced features, among which we find the 5.2 inch Super LCD display with QHD resolution and a pixel density equal to 565 ppi (One M9 presents instead a Full HD display with a density of 441 ppi). Another difference is found in the processor: HTC One M9 mount a Snapdragon 810, the source of much criticism because of overheating problems, while the variant Plus features SoC MediaTek MT6795T a 2.2 GHz.
There are also 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory, of which 21 are available to the user. Furthermore HTC One M9 + supports microSD up to 2TB, unlike One M9 that supports SD up to 128GB. While the two devices share the same front camera 4 ultrapixel, HTC One M9+ presents a duo chamber 20 megapixels on the back. Both models feature then a battery 2840 mAh, and are sold with Android 5.0 and Sense 7.0
HTC One M9+ is sold in India at a price of about $ 750, and if the rumor proves to be true it is reasonable to expect a similar price converted 1: 1 (750-800 €).