Like its namesake it has an all-metal body – with a choice of two-tone finishes – and runs Android 5.0 with HTC Sense. To review, this HTC One M9+ also features the usual connectivity and sensors like WiFi, Bluetooth, gyroscope, NFC, digital compass, proximity, and magnetic compass.

The Europe-bound One M9 Plus will have identical specs to the phone released in China earlier this year, including a 5.2-inch screen with 1440 x 2560 pixel QHD resolution. This handset is fueled by MediaTek’s Helio X10 (MT6795T) 64-bit octa-core processor along with the PowerVR G6200 GPU for graphics.

You still get 32GB of internal storage and a microSD slot.

HTC added a 20MP “Duo Camera” onto the rear of the smartphone, something that was left out of the One M9.

The Plus has a fingerprint scanner, too, which is something the One M9 is now lacking. That allows for various photo-manipulation tricks, like post-shot adjustment of focus and such. A stunning 20MP camera lies on the back-end of the phone, good enough to shoot 4K videos, while selfies should be captured with 4MP UltraPixel camera. We’ll have to wait for the networks themselves to weigh in on how much the smartphone will cost. The new HTC M9 is HTC’s new telephone mannequin that’s set to compete with the iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S6 and different excessive finish smartphones to be released from telephone distributors.