It’s happening. As we near the release of the still unannounced HTC One M9+ (Hima Ultra), more and more leaks of the device are creeping out from the woodwork. There’s been such a continual stream that the device has now been upgraded from rumored device, to a bonafide leak.
Take French outlet NowhereElse who — after allegedly seeing a prototype version of the M9+ on Skype — has successfully managed to get their hands on a One M9+ dummy unit used by manufacturers to create cases for the device. After taking a few of @OnLeaks’ leaked press renders and printing them out, he was able to give us a clearer picture of what the device will look in the real world. Well, minus all that gorgeous aluminum of course.
The dummy shell confirms a 5.2-inch display, and that strange Samsung-like home button that will allegedly act as a fingerprint scanner. The back of the case also shows off that familiar Duo Camera from the One M8. We imagine it wont be too much longer before we get a real hands-on, that or HTC officially announced the phone already.