HTC heats up the flagship war with its stylish One M9

by March 2, 2015 0 comments

HTC took the curtain off from its latest flagship HTC One M9 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will compete against Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge. The Taiwanese tech giant also unveiled two other products; a fitness band and a virtual reality headset.

The latest flagship smartphone features a uni body full metal design in gold and silver finish. It is powered by a top of the line octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB in-built storage that can be expanded to 128 GB via micro SD card slot.

The front features a 5-inch Super LCD 3 capacitive touchscreen, which is a full HD display, unlike the Quad-HD panel on Galaxy S6.

HTC One M9 in metalic silver finish

HTC One M9 in metalic silver finish

HTC this time integrated a 20MP rear shooter and shifted the 4 Ultrapixel camera on the front. The smartphone will also impress music lovers with the HTC BoomSound and Dolby Audio system.

The smartphone also features the latest HTC Sense 7 over Android 5.0, which will bring new tweaking options for consumers. It is powered by a 2840 mAh battery unit.

It will be available in Gunmetal Grey, Amber Gold, Silver/Rose gold, Gold/Pink by the mid-March in Asia.

HTC Grip will work with both Android & iOS

HTC Grip will work with both Android & iOS

The company also unveiled HTC Grip, a GPS-enabled fitness band that can monitor your physical activities such as walking, running, cycling, or gym sessions. It can display the notifications once connected to your smartphone and the best thing about the band is that it can be paired with Android as well as iOS.

The HTC Vive VR headset

The HTC Vive VR headset

The third product which HTC showcased is Vive , a virtual reality headset, which will use VR tracking and input technologies developed by game developer- Valve to offer an immersive 3D virtual reality experience. The headset offers a 360 degree view with tracked controllers that will let users explore virtual space and inspect objects from all angles.

HTC is teaming up with other developers, and entertainment giants such as HBO, Google and Lions Gate to bring new gaming experience for consumers. Vive is expected to hit the market by the end of the year.

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