HTC One E9 Now Certified by TENAA; A 5.5 inch Phablet that Measures Only 7.5 mm in Thickness
A few days ago, more precisely on Saturday, our sister site Mobilissimo.ro unveiled in premiere a couple of live pictures with the HTC One E9, phablet that is getting ready for for a local launch. Today, we get to know that the device in case received just certification from the Chinese agency TENAA that reveals some new pictures and also other details about its specs.
As rumored, we’re dealing with a 5.5 inch phablet that arrives in a polycarbonate case. The phone measures 156.5 mm in length, 76.6 mm in width and just 7.54 mm in thickness. We also get to know that the battery included in the package is a 2.800 mAh unit.
Following the previous rumors, we could expect that the 5.5 inch panel to offer a QuadHD resolution and that inside its case to get an octa-core processor from MediaTek (MT6795) clocked at 2.0 GHz, 3 GB of RAM memory, 32 GB space of internal storage and a 20-megapixel rear camera.
The picture from TENAA let us see some of the elements included, like the stereo speakers in front, a big camera sensor on the back with LED flash and a flap that hides the two SIM ports and the microSD one. However, looking again on its front-facing panel we notice that now there’s two big margins above and under the display, detail that won’t be appreciated by customers.
What do you think about this new phone prepared by HTC?