Just one day after new details on the HTC One (M9) design leaked out, an image that may show off the device itself has surfaced.
Well-known leaker @evleaks has posted a timeline of his HTC flagship leaks that ends with a pair of unknown devices that may be the One (M9) and One (M9) Plus. The smaller of the two looks to be the One (M9), sporting redesigned BoomSound speakers that are just slits at the top and bottom of the phone’s face as well as a centered front-facing camera.
The bigger device is reminiscent of that HTC One (M9) Plus that surfaced earlier this month, but with the same new design as the smaller One (M9). At the bottom of the One (M9) Plus’s face is an oblong shape that’s rumored to be a fingerprint reader, not a home button.
We’re digging this newly-leaked One (M9) design, which looks a lot cleaner than HTC’s previous flagships thanks to its new-look BoomSound speakers. The new speakers also mean that the HTC logo on the One (M9)’s face is a bit less bothersome than it was before because it doesn’t seem to add unnecessary height to the device’s front.
Are you a fan of this alleged HTC One (M9) design?
Old habits die hard… pic.twitter.com/eQ81vxQl2S
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 28, 2015