The Taiwanese phone maker has a new flagship smartphone. The company today announced the HTC One ME, one of the most exciting smartphones they have ever made.
Instead of the full metal body, the HTC One ME comes encased in a polycarbonate
chassis with metal frame. It’s too much like the One M9+ the company had launched earlier this year, but there are a few noticeable differences such as the dual-SIM capability among others.
As for the specifications, the One ME sports a 5.2-inch display with QHD (2560 x 1400 pixels) screen resolution flaunting an impressive 565 ppi pixel density — evidently the sharpest display HTC has placed in a phone. Other hardware specs don’t disappoint either. The One ME is powered by Helio X10 eight-core chipset (the Mediatek made processor competes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810) clocked at 2.2GHz. On the connectivity front, the One ME supports 4G LTE (FDD: band 1,3,5,7,8,28; TDD: band 38,39,40,41), 3G, and is dual-SIM capable — which makes us believe that the phone is targeted at Asian countries.
The device also comes with a fingerprint scanner which could store information of up to 5 fingers. With Android M offering native support for fingerprint readers, the phone could make use of many new features. On the software side, the company hasn’t mentioned the exact version of Android and HTC Sense the phone runs, but it’s likely 5.0 Lollipop.