HTC One (M9) Wi-Fi module and 20MP Toshiba camera tipped

10 February, 2015

According to HTC ROM developer LlabTooFeR, the HTC One (M9) sports the same wireless module as the Nexus 6. The module in question is the Broadcom BCM4356, which features 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.1. The update over the One (M8) isn't astronomical, as the current flagship also boasts Wi-Fi 802.11 ac connectivity, but not the latest Bluetooth standard.

Additionally, the developer believes that the main camera of the One (M9) will utilize a 20MP Toshiba T4KA7 sensor. It's 1/2.4-inch in size and has a pixel size of 1.12m. It was previously rumored that the phone will feature a dual 20MP setup, but recently leaked photos of the phone's back disproved this theory.

We'll have everything there's to know about the HTC One (M9) on March 1 following the company's Utopia in progress event. There, HTC is expected to announce two variants of the flagship - One (M9) and One (M9) Plus. Both variants will pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

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Reader comments

  • JHaz

Dude quit your complaining. I've got the htc one m7 with 2 gb ram and have never run out of ram space. If 3 gb isn't enough for you then move to africa and starve and drink bacteria ridden water. Then I bet the 3 gb vs 4 gb debate wouldn't mean as...

  • Anonymous

Nokia 808 Pureview uses Toshiba sensor Nokia Lumia 1020 uses Toshiba sensor Nuff said

  • Anonymous

It's nice to see someone else breaking out of the 1/3 sensor ghetto and going for a larger sensor size. Only Samsung and Sony have released anything like 1/2.4 sensors so far (except of course for the still industry leading Nokia 808 1/1.2 sensor and...