A list of specifications recently surfaced on Tenaa certification site, which is the Chinese equivalent of the US FCC. This specific list of specs is highly probable to be linked to a new smartphone model which will be launched at HTC’s press conference on Tuesday alongside the projected HTC Aero A9 and the HTC Butterfly 3. The new device, which is rumored to be called the HTC One M9e, based on the technical specifications listed on Tenaa, will probably one of the mid- ranged models of the Taiwan- based HTC. It would be normal for HTC to unveil a mid- range device, given the fact that it launched several high- end models this year. Every category of customers must be given a chance to purchase a smartphone which is affordable for them.
Although no images of the new HTC One M9e surfaced, we can still get a pretty good image of the new device thanks to the listed specs. It seems that the HTC One M9e will measure 144.6 x 69.7 x 9.6mm and it will weigh 157 g, meaning that it will be a lot similar to the HTC One M9, released in March. The listed specs also include information regarding a 5- inch 1080p LCD display with a 441ppi pixel density. It seems that the HTC One M9e will sport an octa- core processor which will be clocked at 2.2 GHz and will include 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. According to the listed technical specifications the HTC One M9e will also feature a TF card slot which will be able to ensure an additional 128 GB of external storage. It is also rumored that the HTC One M9e will be equipped with a 13 MP back camera and a 4 MP secondary one, which makes it a lot less impressive than the HTC M9. The HTC One M9e will more than likely run on Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop), which might be upgradable to Android Marshmallow eventually.
Although the specifications listed on Tenaa certification site seem to be highly credible we can’t know anything for sure until HTC gives out some official data. Fortunately the HTC event is just one day away so we don’t have to wait for a long time until rumors will be confirmed or contradicted. Whether the HTC One M9e will be unveiled tomorrow or not, we are eager to see what surprises HTC keeps for us.