The purported HTC One M9 Plus has leaked again, this time surfacing in a video showing a dummy unit of the device.
Rumors of a phablet variant of the latest HTC One M9 have been making rounds for several months now, but nothing materialized so far. HTC unveiled its flagship One M9 back at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 earlier this month, but made no mention of a larger One M9 Plus model.
Nevertheless, the rumor mill keeps churning in anticipation and a new leak has now made its way online. Just a couple of days ago, we reported that tipster @OnLeaks revealed the display size and dimensions of the purported HTC One M9 Plus, and also posted an image showing a prototype of the phablet next to the flagship One M9.
The latest leak now comes from Nowhereelse, which posted some photos and a video of an HTC One M9 Plus dummy unit, confirming the previously-leaked 5.2-inch display size. Although it would not mark a great difference in size compared to the display of the flagship, the One M9 Plus phablet is expected to boast a higher QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels instead of the One M9's full HD 1080p resolution.
When it comes to the rest of the specifications, the HTC One M9 is expected to feature similar specs to the One M9. This means the phablet could pack the same 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage capacity, and microSD card support for additional memory.
In the camera department, the HTC One M9 Plus is also expected to come with the same 20-megapixel rear shooter like the One M9, but it remains unclear at this point whether it will also have the same UltraPixel front shooter.
On the software side, the HTC One M9 Plus should rock the latest version of HTC Sense on top of Android Lollipop. The phablet is also expected to feature a physical home button that will double as a fingerprint scanner.
Without an official confirmation from HTC, however, it all remains in the rumor state for now. As always in such cases, take all leaks with a grain of salt, including the video below.