HTC One E9 leaks revealing a 5-inch screen, centered rear camera and BoomSound

HTC One E9 leaks revealing a 5-inch screen, centered rear camera and BoomSound
Published on a Chinese social media site today are some leaked pictures reportedly showing the HTC One E9. The handset is expected to carry a 5-inch screen and will be priced at the equivalent of $483 USD. Two weeks ago to the day, we told you that the device had passed muster with TENAA which is China's version of the FCC.

Today's report not only mentioned the 5-inch glass that the phone is sporting, it claims that the handset will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU. The HTC One E9 is wearing a case in the photographs, and is running Sense 7 over Android 5.0.

The HTC One E9 will include the stereo BoomSound front-facing speakers and a large circular camera lens is centered on top of the back of the phone. It looks like the power button will be on the side of the handset, right under the volume rocker as seen with the HTC One M9. HTC is going to hold an event on April 8th under the "More than One" banner. The clever title could be a hint that besides introducing a new handset like the HTC One E9, we could see HTC unveil a new tabletor a smartwatch during the event.

With nearly two weeks to go before the "More than One" event, we should see some more leaks in the near future giving us a better idea of what to expect from HTC's camp on April 8th.


source: Weibo via GizmoChina

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  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop HTC Sense UI

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