HTC did a great job with the One M8 smartphone and it was hard to believe they could raise up the improvements of the first generation, HTC One. But impressive as HTC One M8 might be, this is only the proof there is always place for improvements when it comes to Android. That’s why HTC announced they will hold a mysterious event on March 1st, right before MWC 2015, which is one of the most important phone events.
The event will be called “Utopia in Progress” and HTC already announced they will reveal a smartwatch side by side with a new flagship. Even though the event’s name doesn’t give off many details about what is going to happen, there is no doubt that the new flagship will be HTC One M9 or HTC Hima, as it is rumored it may be actually called.
Regarding their new Android smartphone, HTC Hima, it’s said it will come with a Snapdragon 810 processor, Dolby 5.1 audio technology, a screen of 5-inch Full HD Display, a 20-Megapixel rear camera and a HTC UltraPixel front camera, all of this supported by 3GB of RAM. The smartphone will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop, side by side with Sense 7.0 UI. No surprise it’s going to be a fantastic smartphone!
And though there are not any strong details about the price, the HTC Hima would be as much as expensive as the HTC One M8, with a price somewhere around $650.
We are looking forward for the “Utopia in Progress” event, where HTC invites us to “see what’s next”.