The HTC One M9+ has slightly larger 5.2-inch 1440p screen compared to the 5.0-inch 1080p used on the HTC One M9, and it comes with 3GB RAM, 32GB of storage and a MediaTek MT6795T processor. In MediaTek's world, T stands for Turbo, and suggests a clock higher than 2.2GHz.
This processor will end up branded as the Helio X10 as this is the brand that MediaTek has in place for this SoC model. To refresh your memory Helio 10 is an 64-bit LTE octa-core 2.2GHz design, with eight A53 cores emploring patented CorePilot technology.
The M9+ phone also comes with 20 megapixel camera as well as the Duo Camera sensor. We also saw that the SoC has PowerVR Rogue G6200 GPU and supports fingertip sensors. You can see this phone as a replacement for the much larger HTC One Max.
The rear camera looks quite big, but with a little luck this might mean that it is capable of taking good pictures too. This might be the highest profile design win for MediaTek since the Meizu MX4, especially since HTC is still a quite brand in Europe and North America too. Don’t worry, MediaTek's Helio 10 has LTE support that will let it work around the world too.
This phone might show its face on April 8th in Shanghai even called More than One and for now this might be a China only device that might come to other parts of the world too.