New renders of the HTC One E9+ are leaked

New renders of the HTC One E9+ are leaked
It was just yesterday when we showed you Hi-Res images of the HTC E9+. Today, a series of new renders leaked showing the device in various poses. HTC is holding its "More than One" media event on April 8th and is expected to reveal a number of new models including the HTC One E9+. Like the other phones in the HTC E-series, the phone has a plastic body. But the E9+ also sports a gold metal frame which leaves a nice looking two-tone effect.

The specs of the HTC E9+ are also fetching. The phone comes with a 5.5-inch screen carrying a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. The octa-core MediaTek MT6795 CPU is under the hood with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage inside. A 20.7MP camera adorns the back of the device, while on the front is the 4MP Ultrapixel camera that used to be found on the back of the HTC One (M7) and HTC One (M8). Android 5.0.2 is pre-installed with Sense 7 running on top. The HTC One E9+ is expected to be priced at the equivalent of $482 USD.

Among the new models that HTC could introduce on April 8th is the HTC One M9+, a premium version of the manufacturer's new flagship handset. We're looking for a 5.2-inch 1440 x 2560 screen with a Snapdragon 810 or MT6795 chip depending on the region. Most of the remaining specs match what you will find on the HTC E9+ except for the front-facing camera. Depending on where the phone is being offered, the camera on front might either be a 13MP snapper or the same 4MP Ultrapixel camera that will be found on the HTC One E9+.

Check out the leaked images of the HTC One E9+ by clicking on the slideshow below.


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source: Weibo via GizmoChina

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