We have already seen the success of HTC's 'One' series mobiles straight from One V to One M8. Great on both design and features HTC has easily managed to give premium systems like the iPhone a head-on tough challenge, sometimes even winning over Apples' devices on certain aspects. The 'Ultrapixel' camera tech (only for low-light shots), for example, is truly a great milestone for HTC. Now , HTC has promised to bring TWO more devices (two configurations) of the same 'one' series to the world. It's the One M9. Which has been code-named as 'HIMA' by its makers at HTC. It is rumoured to be unveiled in march 2015 at the MWC with one of them being a 5.5 inch named as M9 plus and the other being a 5 inch . They run on Android lollipop (5.0.1) OS and is packed with 3GB RAM just like other high-end androids like the S5 and Nexus 6. And yes , it'll have a 64bit CPU architecture. Moreover the two models comes with a quad-core CORTEX A53 and A57 clocked at 1.5 and 2 GHz respectively but they have the same Adreno 430 GPU and they have promised to bring better graphic rendering in their devices for which we suppose that 430 will do the job.[pull_quote_left author=""]Even though it may have a superb camera which is capable of taking low-light images, not having OIS is a real letdown[/pull_quote_left]When it comes to camera, this time, they have included a 20.7MP snapper which is decent, but not top-notch because other flagship devices comes with better ones . Moreover, it doesn't even have OIS, which is pretty disappointing and is always a big flaw in any flagship device, but chances are that the camera could still pull it off because its expected to have the 'dual camera' tech, one to take in the light and the other to take in the 'details' of the view as we have seen in the M8- together, resulting in one awesome picture! Not to forget that M8 was still lacking in juice when it came to its powerful , "power-consuming" tech. So we would surely want the M9 to have a little more power so that the users can make the most out of it without worrying about the battery. To our opinion , a high-end phone like this must atleast have the capacity to last a day under full use. Excluding the online movie streaming , which sure is a risky thing to do if you need to pull the day off without plugging it into the power source.[pull_quote_right author=""]We expect the M9 to be as good as its predecessor(M8) or better when it comes to Design[/pull_quote_right]We have an intuition that HTC will play the same Uni-Aluminium body trick to give its devices a premium feel and finish and we absolutely have no problem with that but what we expect is that the M9 should stand up to its predecessor's standards and be as edgy , sleek and comfy in our hands like the M8. We hope that it doesn't end up like the Nexus 6, which was not upto the mark as the Nexus 5 and yes, we didn't like it either. We are very excited and so are the people, the company says it may or it will, unveil the phone on March 1st and it could easily be the greatest hit of 2015.