HTC One E9 specs and images leak 5 5-inch Quad HD screen and octacore processor

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> The purported image of HTC E9 as reported on Engadget. Engadget Taiwanese smartphone-maker HTC may have only just revealed the M9, galaxy a60 specs its latest flagship, but a number of leaks from China suggest the upcoming HTC E9 might be a strong competitor for your attention.

China's telecommunications regulator TENAA has posted an image of the E9, revealing a phone that's flatter and thinner than the M9, with a larger and higher-resolution screen, Engadget reported.

The information from TENAA says the E9 will have dimensions of 156.5×76.5x7.54 mm (6.1 x 3 x 0.3 inches) as well as a 5.5-inch screen and a 2,800mAh battery. There has been no information regarding the phone's weight.

Previously, the usually reliable Upleaks had reported that the E9's 5.5-inch screen would have a Quad HD resolution (2,560x1,440) compared to the M9's 1080p. The chipset will also be significantly different, with HTC eschewing Qualcomm's Snapdragon for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus specs a MediaTek MT6795 octacore processor running at 2.0GHz.

Other huawei mate 20 pro specs include a 20MP rear camera, same as the M9, as well the same configuration of 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The operating system looks set to be Android Lollipop.

The HTC E8 was essentially a plastic-cased version of the HTC M8, but with slightly lower hardware specs, making the purported E9 a departure for huawei mate 20 pro specs the Taiwanese company. This has actually lead some commentators to speculate that these huawei honor 20 specs might be for Galaxy a10 specs the M9 one plus 7 specs.

According to Upleaks, the E9 is slated for a late March launch, so hopefully we won't be left in the dark for too long.

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