While we’ve now had some tacit confirmation that HTC has something planned for the HTC One line come MWC 2015, we still don’t know all there is to know about the device. The leaks are speeding up though, so I’m thinking that come 1 March 2015, there won’t be too much that’s left unknown.
One thing we know now is that HTC is unlikely to be losing its swathe of pre-loaded software, in contrast to a rumoured stance that Samsung is taking against including the kitchen sink with its Galaxy S6. The list of apps reveals a few HTC default apps as part of Sense 7, as well as Facebook, Twitter, Skype and more.
With what we know now, the HTC One M9 is shaping up to be quite a phone. The “Hima” M9 is likely to come in two variants, a 5″ and 5.5″ model. There aren’t too many specifics yet, but the phones are expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 810 SoC, and include 3 GB of RAM and some decent camera hardware.