You can never be sure what the Taiwanese based company has up its sleeves, boring or otherwise. Seen as a small change to the existing HTC One M9+, the addition makes way for a higher-megapixel count on its rear sensor and tweaking the HTC Duo concept slightly.
HTC’s new device is pretty much the same ol’ M9+ but the Supreme Camera edition gets a new 21-megapixel camera updated with OIS and laster auto focus. Adding the laster auto focus however, now occupies the former secondary camera module, which this time has been left out. Touted to deliver 0.1 second focus speeds, the camera is now enabled with phase detection.
Everything else, is literally the same; no we’re not kidding. You’ll still have a 5.2-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) screen and the MediaTek MT6795T Helio X10 for processing. Otherwise, there’s still 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage.
There’s the similar 2,840 mAh battery onboard too, along with the signature BoomSound speakers and fingerprint sensor under the oval home button. It’ll be priced at TWD 20,625 (RM 2,775) and go on sale in Taiwan beginning on the 6th of October.