HTC will launch Windows Phone version of HTC One M9

HTC is expected to launch its next flagship phone, the HTC One M9 or Hima. The company is most likely to unveil the device at the MWC Barcelona.

According to a report, the device will also have a Windows OS variant. A leaked document shows HTC’s product roadmap for 2015, revealing the Windows Phone version of the Hima.

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HTC also launched the Windows version for M8 in the US just after months of its launch. The same can be expected in the case of HTC Hima or One M9.

The report also suggests the launch of handsets such as the Hima Ultra and the Hima Ace, which could be company’s mid range smartphones.

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HTC’s next flagship’s specifications were also leaked online last week. A report from China showed some specifications of the smartphone. The report by My Drivers says that the HTC One M9 will get a major upgrade in terms of hardware.

The device is expected to have a 5.5 inch display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 805 SoC processor backed up by 3GB RAM.

The company is reported to use an aluminium silicon-carbide composite for the body of the smartphone and will be juiced up by a 3500 mAh battery.

Bose is expected to be the new audio partner of HTC, since Beats is now acquired by Apple.

The Hima will boast a 16 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization with 32GB of internal storage and will run the Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.

With the launch of HTC Hima, the company will expect to make profits and gain more market share and strengthen its user base.

HTC’s smartphones haven’t done satisfactory business in the past couple years. However company’s flagship HTC One M8 has witnessed a good response from the consumers.

The company would like to change things with launch of their highly anticipated smartphone, Hima.

 

Vishal Kawadkar

editor@gizmolead.com

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