The HTC One M9 has leaked again, this time courtesy of HTC itself.
The forthcoming flagship phone was alluded to on the phone-maker's site, with 'HTC One M9' appearing under a 'product title' HTML tag.
Keen-eyed observers also noted the phrase 'One Life' was in evidence. This is purportedly marketing blurb that will accompany HTC's wares at Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks.
It seems the brackets in the phone's title are gone this time around, so the handset will be called simply the HTC One M9. We always thought the HTC One (M8) was a bit clunky.
An alleged wallpaper for the device has also leaked. If it proves to be genuine, it would confirm the device's 1080p display.
That's no slouch, but it's not quite up there with the 2K screen on the LG G3. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Sony Xperia Z4 are also said to sport 2K displays.
HTC will unveil its new handset on March 1st at Mobile World Congress. It's likely to run Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 810 chip with 64-bit architecture and 3GB of RAM.
HTC is also said to be dropping the ultrapixel duo snapper in favour of a 20.7-megapixel shooter.
However, the front-facer is said to have the same ultrapixel tech which should make it very useful in low light.