HTC One M9 details anticipate better camera, faster Wi-Fi performance

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As time goes by several flagships slated for 215 are having more and more features that everyone one should hear about.
Just like the 20MP camera for the Samsung Galaxy S6 seen to be a better advancement in it’s S-Series.

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HTC One M9

Now we’re hearing more and more HTC One M9 details, more and more of the upcoming phone’s different aspects get leaked, rumored, or predicted. If all the things we’re
hearing are true, then there will be little HTC can announce to surprise us.

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Luckily, if the past is of any indication, rumors for major devices are a hit or miss (there are exceptions to the rule though).

The latest set of HTC One M9 details comes our wayfrom LlabTooFeR (a ROM developer) on Twitter, and contains two separate bits of information, which, if both true, will make the M8 successor faster in terms of Wi-Fi performance than its predecessor, while taking better pictures too. The BCM4356 wireless module is expected to power the One M9, which is the same Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.1 component inside the Nexus 6.

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As far as the camera is concerned, we’re expecting HTC to ditch the four-megapixel “UltraPixel” camera on the M7 and M8, in favor of a better imaging system, which, according to this report, will be a 20MP Toshiba sensor.

Details concerning this imaging component can be found in the source link below. There is still no word on whether the DuoCamera feature will be included or not, but
previously leaked images claiming to depict the One M9 show a single lens on the back.

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This latest leak complements the ones we’ve previously seen, with the alleged HTC One M9 spy shots, and the upcoming Dot View case (showing a bit of the phone off as well). March 1 can’t come soon enough!

Source: Twitter (LlabTooFeR 1, 2), Toshiba

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