We expect that the HTC One M9 to be unveiled at MWC 2015 but what can we expect from the handset? We’ve seen some leaks, some of which are apparently clever plants meant to throw us off the real thing, but as the date inches closer, we can only imagine that more leaks will start to surface.
Recently a couple of tweets from ROM developer LlabTooFeR has revealed some additional details about the handset. Not so much the handset’s specs, but rather what we can expect from its software. The first bit of information is related to WiFi, which according to LlabTooFeR will be faster than its predecessor thanks to the use of a BCM4356 wireless module which supports 2×2 802.11a/b/g/n/ac.
The second piece of information has also revealed that HTC could be thinking of ditching the UltraPixel concept, instead they could be going with a standard shooter which is honestly a lot less confusing to explain and market. LlabTooFeR suggests that the handset could use a T4KA7 Toshiba module that comes with a 20MP sensor, making it larger than the HTC One M8.
Of course all of this remains to be seen but this is definitely not the first time we’ve heard the possibility that HTC could be ditching the UltraPixel for a more regular camera setup. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but do check back with us during MWC 2015 for the details!