One of the recent entrants, the HTC One M9+, is a mid-range phone that almost looks like a phablet. After its M9 flagship, HTC came up with the M9+ released in June that boasts of some exclusive features but with a few hitches.

True, the market is full of contenders striving for the top position, but the HTC M9+ has raked in huge profits with its exclusive specs and display.


The phone boasts of a 5.2-inches display size that’s easy to hold while you navigate through various features. Its thick body renders a sturdy appearance making it look a bit broader than Galaxy and iPhones, reports Phone Arena.

It’s brushed-metal, smooth back plate makes it feel smooth when held, but is less slippery than the average metal smartphone. Intricately designed, the front panels exude an aesthetic appeal although made out of plastic that cleverly covers the speakers.


The phone’s display offers 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution with pixel density at 565 ppi. Display features include a proximity sensor and light sensor with multitouch screen for quick operations.


Everyone prefers a good camera and the HTC One M9+ won’t disappoint in this. It features a 20 MP camera with dual LED flash and F2.2 aperture for some stunning photography.


An octa-core, 2200 MHz, ARM Cortex-A53 M9+ explains the phone’s powerful performance. The Media Tek Helio X10 MT6795 chipset fitted within ensures uncompromised functions for the mobile, says Phone Arena.

The phone uses fingerprint technology situated below the display on the lower bezel. Critics argue the phone isn’t as good looking like other smartphones but it has a strong build and features that are appealing.

A few changes could be made in the volume keys and power button, but overall M9+ is a winner.

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