HTC has delayed the launch of the One M9 in its home market — Taiwan — due to software issues.
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HTC will soon stop selling its 2014 flagship — the One M8 — and instead replace it with a slightly lower-spec’d handset, the One M8s.
HTC unveiled the One M9 at the MWC trade show in Barcelona, Spain yesterday. The company had provided many publications with the handset a week before their official announcement, so as soon as the company announced the handset yesterday, a lot of publications pushed their thoughts about the handset live as well.
HTC just unveiled the One M9 at their press event in MWC, which can be termed as an evolutionary upgrade when compared to its predecessor. From the front, the One M9 looks exactly like the One M8, but under the hood it packs some serious hardware upgrades.
In less than 24 hours from now, HTC will be unveiling its flagship handset for 2015 — the One M9. After coming up with the excellent One M7 in 2013, and following it up with the One M8 in 2014, expectations are high from HTC to come up with another solid handset this year.
Waiting for the newest version of Android can take some time, but when it eventually rolls out, the wait is certainly worth it.
In June of 2014, following the announcement of Android 5.0 Lollipop from Google, HTC came forward and announced that it planned on updating all of its One (M7) and One (M8) to the newest version of the software within 90 days of Google releasing it.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that the leaked photos of the HTC One M9 were of a decoy unit and the final design of the handset will be significantly different. Today, the folks over at HTC Source are back with more details about the design of the upcoming flagship from HTC.