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HTC One M9 Specs Leak: 5.2-inch QHD display and Snapdragon 805 inbound

The smartphone space has come a long way in the seven months since the HTC One M8 launched back in March, and now the Taiwanese manufacturer looks ready to respond.

A handset which could return the company to smartphone supremacy, the HTC One M9 specs sheet has leaked with a bounty of high-end components in tow.

Surfacing courtesy of claimed insiders, it has been suggested that the HTC One M9 will mimic the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in adopting a QHD display.

According to reports, the stunning 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution will be stretched over a 5.2-inch form resulting in a sharp, 564 pixels-per-inch image density.

Further echoing the Note 4, HTC’s future flagship has also been tipped to run a 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor. Based on recent leaks, this could be the same chipset as that heading to the Sony Xperia Z4.

The early reports have added that the iPhone 6 rival will touch down towards the start of 2015, possibly around Barcelona’s MWC gathering in early March.

What else can you expect from the HTC One M9? Well, given HTC’s success in the field, a stunningly sleek, brushed metal uni-body design is all but guaranteed. As is the addition of Google’s latest Android 5.0 Lollipop mobile OS.

Given the less than official avenues which have seen these M9 specs come to light, we suggest you have that trusty pinch of salt at the ready.

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Via: Stuff

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