HTC One E9+ phablet lauches in China
After spending some time in the rumor mill and a few leaks that now prove to be quite accurate, the new HTC One E9+ phablet is finally (almost) official. Unfortunately, the Chinese product page seems to offer quite confusing information about this Android-powered device, especially in the screen and camera department.
HTC One E9+ appears to be powered by a 64-bit MediaTek SoC and its 5.5-inch display apparently has only 1080p resolution. On the other hand, the same official page mentioned above also reveals a QHD display with no less than 534 ppi (both resolutions are specified in this page). Other specs include a 13 MP camera on the back (flagship HTC One M9 has a 20 MP one, so this info may also be wrong), BoomSound speakers with Dolby Audio, 2 GB memory and 16 GB of internal storage, backed by a microSD slot with support for cards up to 128 GB in size.
Since this looks like a device that should also hit other markets, remains to see what HTC has to say about it. For now, the price and availability of the HTC One E9+ are unkown.
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