Recently HTC announce to sell their new flagship model One M9+ and One E9+ in USA, both the handsets are now available for purchase on Amazon. Now they select new market for their latest headset Europe. Earlier to this month we got some leaks related to entry of the handset in European market in the third quarter and now it become official by the company representatives.
The phone is set to become available in the Netherlands on July 14 in grey. It will be priced at a whopping €760 in SIM-free and unlocked form. At this point it’s unclear if the One M9+ will go on sale in other EU countries on the same date, but its launch elsewhere shouldn’t be too far removed from it we gather. So possibly by the end of July you could see it in other markets too.
The HTC M9+ is a beefy version of the HTC One M9 which has a larger 5.2″ 1440p panel, a fingerprint sensor and a depth sensing camera at the back. However it replaces the Snapdragon 810 processor of the M9 with a Mediatek MT6795T processor.
The One E9+ packs a larger 5.5″ 1440p display, however lacks the fingerprint sensor and the depth sensing camera. It is also made of plastic compared to the M9+ which has a metal build. It runs the latest Android Lollipop 5.0 OS out of the box with HTC Sense UI on the top