Jeff Gordon, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC, today took to Twitter to say that "HTC One M9 software isn't final yet, no matter how many pre-release benchmarks you run", obviously suggesting that current tests can't be relevant. Needless to say, we do hope that, once the One M9 becomes available to buy, there will be no overheating issues with it (or any other issues, for that matter).
HTClaunch the One M9 this week in Taiwan, but it had to postpone the release in order to push a software update to fix an unspecified bug. Later this month, the new smartphone should go on sale in other markets around the world, including in the US, where it could be released on March 25 for prices starting at $649.
Until we get the chance to review HTC's new flagship smartphone (this should happen pretty soon), you can check out our One M9 hands-on from MWC 2015 to find out more about the device.