HTC One M9/Hima vs Samsung Galaxy S6: Upcoming Killer Android Flagships

Android users will have an interesting year because HTC and Samsung are preparing to launch their new smartphones. HTC had until new a successful line of HTC One and they are ready to release another HTC One called HTC One M9/ Hima. It is yet unknown if HTC will name the upcoming device HTC Hima or it will continue the One line, HTC One M9. Until then we will call the device by its both names.

Some of the features we expect from HTC One M9/ Hime, according to Android Origin, are:

  • 1440p or 1080p display capacity
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 2,840mAh battery
  • 7MP camera

HTC have the intention to release couple of version for the One M9 device. In the works are reported to be HTC Hima and HTC Hima Ultra. If HTC could finish the work on time, the M9/Hima flagship could be presented at Las Vegas during CES 2015. It is well known that this event is hosting at the start of the year the biggest announcements in tech industry.

As for Samsung, they are trying to revive its sales with the release of its new flagship Samsung Galaxy S6. 2014 was a poor year in sales for Samsung because its competitors took up the tech market, competitors like Apple and Xiaomi. According to a report of Phone Arena, Samsung is working hard to release Galaxy S6 in no time. The device comes with the codename ‘Project Zero’. It is expected that Galaxy S6 to come with magnificent features that will be apple to compete with Apple’s new iPhone 6.

The features that Samsung Galaxy S6 will have include:

  • 2 or 5.5 inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display
  • 1440 x 2560 pixel
  • Snapdragon 810 system chip with 64-bit
  • It will run Android v5.0 Lollipop

If we look at Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge we could expect that the new Galaxy S6 to feature also an edge screen. Samsung is taking serious the possibility of making a premium look version with an all metal build.


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