Everything looks good except Verizon on top, I’ve got an original LG G Pad 8.3 w/ LTE on Verizon’s network – it’s got a Snapdragon 600 but still pulls it’s weight with tasks. The battery live isn’t the best but w/e it’s a tablet not my daily driver anyway.
I like it, so far it would be my choice
but is it really restricted to China ?
or later this year it would be sold in other countries ?
I hope it supports that 1080p@480fps recording MediaTek promised. This phone boasts a 20MP sensor, and MediaTek said Super Slow Motion would only work with the IMX220 from Sony (a 20MP sensor) so there’s a chance it can do it.
I am really confused by HTC. If the HTC One M9+ comes out with optical image stabilization and the camera is actually decent, why the heck did they not just scrap the M9? Seriously, the one thing that HTC had to get right on the M9 was the camera.
A physical home button and two on-screen keys? Still a waste of screen! I wonder if they’ll still go with Snapdragon 810. Enjoy the heck out of my camera on the HTC M8. Duo Cam setup is what made the focusing sublime as the second lens acts as a depth sensor. Sure pixel count is low but great low light shots with much lager pixel sensor (ultra-pixel) HTC should have stayed with Ultra Pixel technology and moved from 4Up to 12Up and continue with Duo Cam tech.
Source: MyDrivers Via: GForGames
HTC One E9+ looks amazing! Buttons are OK but on side, that design does not look as adorable as rest of phone. Bezels are not a big issue. Overall looks good but m9 is bester than m9 plus in looks.
I don’t really get the point of the HTC One E9 and the M9+ together. They seem very similar. It would be a lot better if the E9 came with MT6795 and the 20MP sensor that is necessary to capture 1080p@480fps; and a 1080p screen (so that the GPU can easily handle it). That, together with the BoomSound speakers, would make this phone a multimedia beast!