HTC has let slip plans for a new high–end phablet. Dubbed the E9+, the handset appeared on the company’s Chinese website yesterday ahead of any official announcement.
HTC's plus-sized challenger packs a capacious 5.5–inch screen with a whacking great 534 pixels per inch (ppi), making it HTC’s most eyeball–stroking device yet.
The E9+ also appears to come loaded with 2GB of RAM, although speculation suggests this may be an error with 3GB deemed more likely.
The camera round the back drops down to 13 megapixels compared to the 20-megapixel effort in the new One M9, while up front there’s an Ultra Pixel snapper for improved selfies.
The E9+ also comes with dual SIM smarts, BoomSound speakers, 16GB of storage and microSD support. There’s no word yet on a release date or price.
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