HTC One M9 rumors are heating up, and reportedly have even been confirmed by a number of sources. Some close to HTC have even argued that the newest device in the “One” family will launch in January at CES, and finally replace the HTC One M8.
The HTC One M9 will be packing an impressive Quad-HD display, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor that will boast 3GB of RAM. A fairly large 2840mAh battery will ensure that the device gets a good chunk of running time under its belt before the battery will start to fade, and the cameras on the device will be awe-worthy.
The rear-facing camera will be a 20.7MP camera, and a front-facing camera will be a 13MP camera. Add the fact that the device will be running Android Lollipop, as well as Sense 7 UI over the top, and it will be a truly competitive device for 2015. With the focus being on camera specifications, and increased productivity with the strongest processor that is on any current flagship device the HTC One M9 really could be the device that changes the game entirely for Android devices. It could even be a device that significantly challenges Apple, even though many have reserved that it’s unlikely since HTC has historically struggled over the last few years.
2015 though promises to be an exciting year for smartphones, particularly those Android smartphones. Samsung has had the Galaxy S6 in the hopper now for some time and has been referred to by those within the company as the smartphone that will reinvent what the Galaxy name is all about. That being said, it combines design that goes “back to the drawing board” and will feature a 5.5-inch display.
It will bring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and will accompany that with 4GB of RAM. Right now, there is even chatter that the Galaxy S6 could bring an iris scanner that would completely change the security spectrum in mobile devices. While people haven’t been chatting too much about what the camera will look like on the Galaxy S6, it’s become quite clear that Samsung will at least ensure that it has a 16-20MP camera lens attached.
Either way, both of these devices look to make a major splash in 2015 – but perhaps the most-impressive jump that will take place will be the one taking place with HTC this calendar year.