HTC is going to release the One E9+ in China, a smartphone with a 5.5″ screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. A MediaTek soc is built into the housing, where HTC usually opts for Qualcomm. It is not yet known whether the smartphone will also come to Europe. clear.
The core of the smartphone is a MediaTek-soc with eight cores that do their job at 2.0GHz, according to the website of the Chinese branch of HTC. At 5.5 “, the screen is considerably larger than HTC’s current top model, the One M9. The resolution of 2560×1440 pixels is also higher. The camera is the same: the One E9+ has a 20-megapixel camera on the back, while the front it has to make do with a 4-megapixel camera from HTC’s Ultrapixel series.
Furthermore, the One E9+ has an amount of ram of 3GB, while the expandable storage memory is 16GB. At 7.49mm, the One E9+ is significantly thinner than the One M9. Support for wifi 802.11ac, lte and bluetooth 4.1 is available. The battery has a capacity of 2800mAh and two nano-SIM cards fit in the housing.
There will probably also be a model with the name One E9, so without the plus suffix. It has a lower resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, a camera with fewer megapixels and only 2GB of ram. HTC has already put the specifications on the site, but nothing further has been announced.
The coming of the HTC One E9+ was already suspected because details surfaced at a Chinese inspection body. As a result, it was already suspected that it was a device for the Chinese market: HTC has not released anything about a release elsewhere. When the One E9+ will be released and for what price is still unclear.