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HTC announced today its new lineup for the Indian market, including the One M9+ and the One E9+. The M9+ will be available for Rs 52,500 from May 3.
Android fans, this week us brought us the best look yet at the upcoming Xperia Z4; Samsung showed us that its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can take a beating, and a bending; LG began to unveil to unveil the G4 in slow motion, releasing info on its software and camera; HTC introduced the One M9+ in China, bringing a bigger screen, a different processor, and a fingerprint sensor; Cyanogen revealed the new features coming in CyanogenMod 12; and rumors emerged about Android Wear becoming compatible with iOS.
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HTC has been pushing Lollipop to several versions of its One M8, and it looks like the company is now preparing to upgrade the M8 to the latest version of Sense as well.
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HTC could launch their new One M9 flagship smartphone in India on April 14 according to invites sent out by the company to an event taking place in Delhi.
HTC has begun rolling out its Android 5.1 Lollipop update to the HTC One M8 GPe and One M7 GPe handsets.
HTC today in Beijing introduced the newest member of the One family, the M9+, a larger M9-lookalike with a couple of key differentiating features.