Well, now when its official that the HTC One M9 is to be announced on the 1st of March, a larger variant of the device- the HTC One M9 Plus with codename HTC 0PK71 has recently paid a visit to the Dutch website TechTastic.Its CompuBench who has benchmarked the device.

According to CompuBench, the HTC 0PK71 is supposed to have a 5.1inch display having a 1440×2560 pixel resolution with 567ppi density which is 0.1inch less to what the rumors claimed – 5.2inch, 1440p. Under the hood, the HTC One M9 Plus will carry a MediaTek’s top end MT6795 octa-core chipset which is a 64-bit processor with eight Cortex A53 cores and a PowerVR G6200 Rogue GPU for graphic control. This means the HTC premium flagship is likely to not host the Snapdragon chipset this time, however we may see it in the HTC One M9. The memory options are tipped to be a 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage. To its back would be a powerful 20MP primary camera with 4K video recording capabilities and its front would have a 13MP secondary snapper. Needless to say that it would be running the Android 5.0 Lollipop version skinned with Sense 7 UI.

Well, the non-inclusion of Snapdragon 810 chipset might be a bit disappointing thing for fans but it is also possible that the MediaTek chipset would be kept for Asian region only. Check out the below sheets of information and performance.

Suspected-HTC-One-M9-specs

 

Suspected-HTC-One-M9-benchmark-results

source: CompuBench

via TechTastic

Image Courtesy: PhoneArena

Pinterest