HTC One M9 Plus can’t be bought in the Europe and North America (or outside China)
Yesterday, HTC took the wraps off of a special edition variant of the company’s HTC One M9 flagship. This they called the HTC One M9+ and HTC was quick to admit the phone was built in “corroboration” with Chinese carriers.
The Taiwanese company has once more affirmed that it isn’t planning to ship the HTC One M9+ elsewhere than China or as the official statement put it, not for sale in “North America or Europe.”
We may see the One M9+ sell in HTC’s Taiwan and or in other select markets but US customers should just forget the smartphone for now and focus on the HTC One M9 which has been released and is available on all four major US carriers till date.
The major difference between the One M9 and One M9+ lies in size and a few other characteristics. The One M9+ is a tad bit larger with a 5.2″ 1440p display as the One M9 goes with a 5″ 1080p SuperLCD3 touchscreen.
Both phones share the same 3GB of RAM and 128GB microSD card slot but the One M9 comes with a Snapdragon 810 chipset while the Plus version is equipped with a MediaTek MT6795T — both processors being 64-bit.
Meanwhile, the HTC One M9+ has a physical home button embedded with a fingerprint sensor as well as a second “3D” sensor positioned above the 20.7MP rear camera and these are not found on the HTC One M9.
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