After we saw a lot of pictures with the One M9+ phablet prepared by HTC, today we receive a video hands-on with a polycarbonate mock-up of the device. According to the website, this mockup was developed in order to test different accessories for the phone, such as cases and book-type covers.


HTC’s new premium phablet for 2015 will measure 150.9 mm in length, 72.5 mm in width and 10.15 mm in thickness, dimensions that will hide a pretty small display, more precisely a 5.2 inch unit. By comparison, LG’s 5.5-inch smartphone called G3 that was launched last Summer measures 146.3 mm x 74.6 x 8.9 mm.


It seems that this phone will be sold in two different variants, one with MediaTek MT6795 processor designed for the Chinese market, and another one with octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 CPU that will arrive on the U.S territory. There will be a DUO camera on the back ( 20.7 megapixel + 2.1 megapixel).



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