During MWC 2015 HTC officially announced the HTC One M9, which is its latest flagship smartphone for 2015.

As the successor to thee HTC One M8. HTC have kept the M9 pretty similar to the M8, but have also said that they have increased the quality of the design, looking for inspiration in the luxury watch market for their design.

One of these new changes can be found at the front of the device, which is now a single piece that contains the display, front-facing camera and the BoomSound speakers which have now been enhanced with Dolby.

HTC will also be including Dolby tuned headphones with the phone.

HTC will also be launching the device in a range of new colours, including gold, gunmetal grey and a new dual-tone offering which mixes a silver with gold, and pink with gold on two separate editions.

In terms of specs the M9 features a 5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display with 440ppi. It also has a onto-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 10 chipset, 3GB of Ram, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot and a 2,840mAh battery.

In terms of software the M9 will launch with Android 5.0 Lillipop and Sense 7, which adds new theme customisation, allowing the user to change just about every element of the software’s design.

Around the back you will also find a 20 megapixel camera that is joined by the 4 megapixel Ultrapbixel sensor on the front. The rear-facing camera can also capture video at 4K resolutions.

The HTC One M9 is expected to hit shelves at the end of March and the price hasn’t been confirmed, but Vodafone has already announced that they will be offering pre-orders for the device ahead of its launch.

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