HTC’s newly announced One M9 is yet to go on sale, but the company seems to be getting ready to introduce another high-end Android smartphone in the form of HTC One E9+. The phone recently went through certification at Chinese telecom regulator TENAA, which has now published the key details as well as images of the smartphone on its website.
According to TENAA, HTC One E9+ sports a 5.5-inch Quad-HD (2560x1440p) display, Android 5.0, 2GHz MediaTek MT6795 octa-core processor and 3GB of RAM. The phone also reportedly packs 20MP rear camera, 4G LTE support, 32GB of internal storage and microSD card slot.
In addition, HTC One E9+ will feature 2800 mAh battery and a front camera of unknown resolution.
There is no word on an exact release date, but HTC is hosting a conference in China this week, where it is likely that we will hear about the One E9+. Like its predecessor E8, E9 will also most probably go on sale in China first, followed by select Asian markets.
Note: This report has been updated to reflect that the TENAA listing is for HTC One E9+, not One E9.