We’ve heard a lot of talk about HTC’s next device, thought to be codenamed the HTC Hima and the successor to the HTC One M8, but very few, if any, pictures of the device have leaked.

That is until now; what is claimed to be the HTC One M9 has leaked onto the internet and boy does it look good.

HTC are said to be keeping the same rear casing as found on the HTC One M8, as well as the same front-facing speaker grille design, but with a facelift. Both the speakers and bezels have been toned down to create what can only be described as an absolutely beautiful device.

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It’s a nice concept nonetheless…!

The HTC One M9 (Hima) is said to be ahead of schedule too, with some predicting it could appear as early as CES 2015 next week.

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  1. It seems like another
    huge device which resemble to the size of Nexus 6. Well, I would like to wait
    for some official announcements rather than just believing on these rumors. I
    have Nexus 6 from almost 1 month and like its 4.96 inch display, higher resolution
    and faster charging support with high capacity based USB Wall Charger.

    • Yes it has. Simply rounding off the rumours surrounding the HTC Hima before we hit CES so we have a fresh idea of what the internet thinks the device is, compared to what is actually announced.

      • “That is until now; what is claimed to be the HTC One M9 has leaked onto the internet and boy does it look good.”

        If you know it’s old footage, why do you present it as brand new? This article has all kinds clickbait action in it.

  2. Great click bait! I guess when you don’t have the skills to do effective journalism you can always do 5 “paragraphs” of rehashing old concepts and rumors to get paid. Congratulations. This is your life as a “writer” Dan Bartram.

    • LOL.

      Or I could make my way around the various Android sites leaving trolling comments about the articles, like you seem to do?

      When you have your own work published, let me know.

      • Calling out low class journalism doesn’t constitute trolling Dan, sorry about it. You might want to go look up the definition actually, and maybe some of that research will do you some good in your future work. As it stands, this is nothing more than old rehashed clickbait shit. You can deal with it and try to move forward or continue to try to defend what you know perfectly well is shit.

          • I know, research is hard. Heres some definitions for you, since you arent knowledgable of what they mean. Someone is not a troll just because you disagree with their comments sorry. Maybe in high school you called people names when you didn’t like what they had to say, but you should at least know what those words mean and how to use them properly in a sentence.

            noun: troll; plural noun: trolls
            a person who makes a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting.

            A pejorative term describing web content that is aimed at generating online advertising revenue, especially at the expense of quality or accuracy, relying on sensationalist headlines to attract click-throughs and to encourage forwarding of the material over online social networks. Clickbait headlines typically aim to exploit the “curiosity gap”, providing just enough information to make the reader curious, but not enough to satisfy their curiosity without clicking through to the linked content.

          • Well done, you can Google.

            You just described every single article that exists on the internet. If my headline gave you all the information that you needed, then you wouldn’t need to click it; that’s bad journalism.

            Now please, move on. If you don’t like my articles or comments, then there’s a big X in the top of your screen that’ll fix it. Unless of course you have anything constructive to contribute then please stay…

          • Okay, here’s something constructive. Spend more time writing your articles then you are spending policing the negative comments and maybe, just maybe you’ll have less negative comments.

  3. HTC’s new flagship will not be revealed at CES, the new Desire line will make an appearance. As HTC and all OEM’s have done in the past, there will be a separate event for the flagship.

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