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HTC Source | October 19, 2017

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Official: HTC One ME unveiled for China

Official: HTC One ME unveiled for China

HTC fan in China will be thrilled to hear that the HTC One ME an officially been unveiled. If you’ve seen the pictures and spec rundown of the HTC One M9+, the HTC One ME will look very familiar. The HTC One ME is to the HTC One M9+ as the HTC One E8 was the HTC One M9.

If you look at the big picture, the HTC One ME has the same specs and basic design of the HTC One M9+, but it’s missing the DuoCamera depth sensor and the back is made of a soft-touch polycarbonate rather than aluminum. That being said, the HTC One ME still retains an aluminum frame which wraps around the side and front of the phone – giving it a premium feel even though it is expected to launch at a lower price point than the HTC One M9+.

The HTC One ME specs include MediaTek’s new Helio X10 chipset running a 64-bit 2.2GHz octa-core CPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, microSD expansion slot, 5.2-inch QHD display, 2,840mAh battery, 20 megapixel main camera, 4 megapixel (UltraPixel) front-facing camera, a fingerprint scanner, NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac and front-facing stereo BoomSound speakers.

The official price and retail launch date of the HTC One ME are not yet available, but previous rumors indicated that the phone will sell for 3,500 Chinese RMB (roughly $563). Like the One M9+, the HTC One ME will likely see limited availability in a handful of markets across Asia. We’re not sure why Europe and the Americas are being ignored, but it could be that HTC is hoping to establish a much stronger foothold in growing Asian markets since competition from Samsung, LG and Apple is too fierce in the West.

Source: HTC

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.

Comments

  1. Unique

    This is burning me a little living in the UK. I would consider importing any of the new flagships from HTC but need to know they would work on UK networks

  2. Kwadwo Boadu

    I’m hoping HTC are testing things to see what set up in specs and design will work for the M10, because I think this would easily sell in the UK and I presume America also. It looks good and I’m sure would also have a lot of grip to it too!