These past few days we’ve seen an absolute flood of leaks which claim to be the upcoming HTC One M9, the latest flagship from HTC, and they show no signs of stopping any time soon as these latest leaks show the clearest images yet as well as images taken on the phone’s rumoured 20 megapixel camera.
Right now there’s nothing we haven’t really seen of the HTC One M9, first Bloomberg released some specifications of the device, which were followed by images of the device in question, from there even more images arrived online showing off all angles of the new flagship, and now what look to be the clearest images of the device yet as well as images taken on the phones updated camera.
The latest images, taken of the front and back of the device, arrived on Phandroid, and they’re the clearest yet, and if they’re legitimate it shows that HTC has ditched the duo-camera which was first introduced on the HTC One M8. Instead the camera is reported to be a 20-megapixel camera, which would align with previous rumours.
The images have been touched up a little by Phandroid to remove marks which would incriminate the source, but you can see that, like with Bloomberg’s earlier details, that it stays in-line with the HTC One M8’s design.
Images taken by the device has also been updated to Flickr, which have meta data saying they’ve been taken from either the HTC 0PJA10 or a HTC 0PJA13, right now none of these numbers are associated with the HTC One M9, but the resolution does match up with previous rumours. Phandroid claims that although their resolution is 3024 x 5376 (technically a 16-megapixel resolution) they looked to be cropped to 16:9.
We’re expected to hear more about the device at the Mobile World Congress in March, until then it’s best to take this info with a pinch of salt.