HTC One M9 to have dual 20MP rear cameras, UltraPixel front sensor?

HTC One M9 leak

HTC’s next flagship is expected to be announced at an event at MWC 2015 in Barcelona next month and the latest rumour suggest that the camera could be a standout feature. A trustworthy LaptopMedia source close to HTC revealed that the Taiwanese manufacturer is planning to add two 20MP camera sensors to the rear of the One (M9) in a dual setup akin to the one found on the HTC One (M8).

Alongside the dual camera setup, the HTC One (M9) is expected to have a dual-LED true-tone flash similar to the one found on the One (M8) and the iPhone 6. It also seems that HTC won’t drop it’s famed UltraPixel technology and will instead be utilising this on the One M9’s front sensor which will be a 4MP sensor with UltraPixel technology.

Other notable rumoured specs of the HTC One (M9) include a 5 inch Full HD 1080p display, an octa-core CPU with Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset with Adreno 430 graphics and 3GB RAM. It will be powered by the Android Lollipop operation system with the HTC Sense 7.0 interface running on top.

HTC has already scheduled an “Utopia in progress” event at MWC 2015 where the company will reveal all about the One M9 on the same day that Huawei and Samsung announce their new devices. The HTC One (M9) is likely to make it’s official debut there alongside the company’s first smartwatch but it’s unclear whether it will be joined by its bigger sibling the HTC One (M9) Plus.

We’ll keep an eye out for more on this story and let you know when we have it.


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