The Helio X10. Made by MediaTek, the HTC One M9+ is the first smartphone on the market to be powered by this one-of-a-kind 64-bit octa-core processor. Clocked at 2.2GHz, it’s the heart and soul of the phone that’s based on a 28nm core architecture, possessing speed and capabilities that are almost unparalleled to the majority of its competitors in the market. Full HD displays are out, QHD displays are now all the rage. With the latter now setting the trend for displays on premium-grade smart devices, the One M9+’s 5.2inch display makes it clear that HTC has no intention of missing the opportunity of jumping onto the bandwagon. With a pixel density of 534ppi, it’s the first smartphone with a QHD display that HTC has ever made, but thanks to years of experience in the mobile industry, there is nothing about this phone’s display that isn’t top notch. Couple that with HTC’s Sense 7 UI, the One M9+ is a phone that definitely shows the world and the rest of the competition that HTC means business.