HTC One A9 name confirmed by Exif data

HTC One A9 name confirmed by Exif data
Exif data from a photograph allegedly taken by the HTC One A9, confirms the name of the handset along with some of the specs on the phone's rear-facing camera. While Exif data can be faked, the information that was seemingly generated by the device's camera shows that as expected, the handset will be known as the the HTC One A9. Earlier this year, there was talk that the phone would be known as the HTC Aero, but that was believed to have been taken from HTC CEO Cher Wang's characterization of the phone as a "Hero" device.

Last week, Evan Blass revealed in a tweet that the HTC One A9 would be a mid-range device powered by the Snapdragon 617 chipset. That contradicts an earlier benchmark test that showed the handset with the MediaTek MT6797 SoC under the hood. That chip carries a deca-core CPU. Blass' tweet revealed that the rear camera would feature a 13MP sensor and come with OIS.

According to the Exif data, the rear camera will come with an aperture of f/2.0. That means that those with the One A9 will be able to snap quality pictures even under low light conditions.

According to a tweet from journalist @Riccioli1 that we told you about earlier today, the HTC One A9 will be unveiled during a huge event that will take place next month in multiple cities in the U.S. At that time, all of the questions we have about the One A9 will be answered.

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source: Techtastic (Translated)

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