HTC to announce Chinese-exclusive Butterfly 3 and updated One M9+ for global markets?

HTC to announce Chinese-exclusive Butterfly 3 and updated One M9+ for global markets?
A ROM developer by the name of LlabTooFeR published a tweet saying that we might see not one, but two new HTC devices on September 29th. Unfortunately, at least for some of you, Llab says it won't be the hyped phone that's allegedly labeled as the HTC A9 Aero. It seems HTC has the Butterfly 3 in store, along with an updated HTC One M9+.

Sound strange? If you follow HTC, you probably know that the BF3 was released as an exclusive product for Japanese mobile carrier KDDI in May this year. This is not a new device, but nevertheless, the leakster claims that HTC will re-announce the Butterfly 3 as an exclusive for the Chinese market.

Could the updated One M9+ follow the same fate? Well, that would make for a pretty unexciting announcement for the audience outside China, right? Besides, the One M9+ is being sold in Asia and Europe already. So @LlabTooFeR's claim that the updated One M9+ will come to global markets, and possibly make its way stateside does make sense. Alas, no specs or other valuable information has been listed, other than that the One M9+ will be a MediaTek-based device, just like its predecessor.

Overall, this stuff comes across as very new information, as we haven't really heard anything about such plans, but we also haven't witnessed any leaked photos or other types of evidence at all! Moreover, leaked HTC infos have led us to expect the aforementioned HTC One A9, along with the company's first ever smartwatch. But it seems these champs will be let out when they are ready to conquer!


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