HTC One E9+
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HTC One E9+ Review
Despite various hiccups, HTC is still going strong, while adding various devices to their fleet. One of the freshest additions is the HTC One E9+, which is a smartphone that comes with rather high specs, while remaining in the mid-price range. This way, if you’re looking forward to a phone that can do a good job whenever it’s put to work, you can rely on the E9+. The design is not that different from the lines you’ve been used to from the M series, but there are some differences which give uniqueness to this device.
The HTC One E9+ is a bit heavier than other devices, although this is mostly part of the stats on the paper. We know that what you really care about is the screen diagonal size. The E9+ features a 5.5-inch screen, which should be more than enough if you’re interested in rich gaming and multimedia experiences. If you’re coming from a smaller device, it will take a bit to get used to this one, but overall, a larger screen is a more rewarding experience. The 69.7% screen-to-body ratio isn’t the best, but the screen compensates with a high pixel density, rated at 534 ppi. The resolution is 1440 x 2560 pixels, these values being more than enough to have an idea about the crispness of the display.
Android Lollipop, the 5.0 version, to be more specific, is the OS that this smartphone runs, but you can easily upgrade it to 5.1.1, when needed. The stock Android version benefits from a custom interface, given by the HTC Sense UI 7.0 application. There might also be some bloatware installed on the device, but there shouldn’t be anything that you can’t remove, so you can take your time and tinker with the phone in order to make it meet your requirements.
The Mediatek MT6795M Helio X10 chipset has been used in the development of the HTC One E9+, and the CPU that runs inside the device relies on an octa-core design; it’s clocked at 2GHz, and it should give you enough juice to run both demanding games and Full HD content when it comes to movies. The PowerVR G6200 video card could have been better, but it’s still a solid choice if you want to play all sorts of games, including the latest releases on the Play Store.
The screen and the GPU are able to deliver a flawless experience when it comes to video, and the main camera isn’t behind at all. In fact, you are able to shoot 2160p video at 30 frames per second while using the HTC One E9+. The main camera has a 20MP sensor and it can take photos at up to 5376 x 3744 pixels. On the other hand, you benefit from a secondary camera that, depending on the region you purchase your phone from, it will have either a 13MP or a 4MP sensor. The 2800 mAh battery will definitely power your smartphone throughout the day, even if you use it most of the time.