There have essentially been such a myriad of leaks and rumors on HTC’s latest flagship, the HTC E9+, but they have finally officially let it out over the weekend. The official E9+ page was published on their website on Sunday.
It features a two tone plastic design like the E8. The camera is large and distinctly placed at the top of the rear face with the BoomSound speakers at the front.
There are three color tones to choose from, ‘Meteor Grey’, ‘Classic Rose Gold’, ‘Gold Sepia.’ It is indeed a stunning device to look at, but what is inside is even better.
HTC E9+ page indicates it will be having a 5.5’’ QHD LCD display with a staggering 2560 x 1440 resolution. The pixel density is also an incredible high of 534 ppi which means superb performance in direct sunlight.
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As for the CPU, HTC ditched Qualcomm this time round and instead went with an octa-core MediaTek MT6795M which is a king from MediTek. It also has 3GB RAM which is handy for intense apps experience.
Finally it has 16GB internal storage which is enough to store many media and photos from the 20MP primary camera or the 4MP UltraPixel selfie camera.
Running on Lollipop, it will surely utilize its 2800mAh battery intelligently. The E9 and the E9+ seem both targeted for the East Asian Market.