Update, December 16: A review of the HTC One X9 has already been posted online by Chinese website Anzhuo (via NowhereElse.fr). The review includes a series of high quality images of the metallic One X9, which we included below.
Original post, December 15: Samsung isn’t the only company with a few leaked renders floating around online, some new 3D mock-ups of an HTC One X9 handset have just appeared online too. These renders give us a good look at all sides of the smartphone and some of them stack the X9 up next to the A9 for comparison.
HTC looks to have overhauled its home button layout once again, suggesting that there won’t be a fingerprint scanner included in this model. The rear camera has also shifted over to the top left on the phones back, rather than being centred in the middle, as is the case with the One A9 and M9.
A previous TENAA listing has given us some idea about the specifications too. The handset is said to ship with a 2.2GHz octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 16GB of internal memory and a 3,000mAh battery. The rear camera is said to sport a 13 megapixel resolution, while the front camera features a 5 megapixel sensor. We’re not quite sure about this price yet.
The HTC One X9 looks to be nearing release and is expected to be unveiled next year. Of course, things could turn out a little differently to these renders, but what do you think about the One X9?