HTC has unveiled an updated edition of its One M9+ smartphone, making changes to the camera. The One M9+ Aurora Edition features an updated, 21MP rear camera, where the standard One M9+ has a 20MP camera. Additionally, the Aurora Edition's camera feature optical image stabilization, along with laser autofocus.
Other than that, this is the same phone that was announced by HTC back in July. It features a 5.2-inch QHD display, along with a Mediatek helioTM X10 octa-core processor at 2.2GHz. It has 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage capacity, which is expadable with a microSD card.
So far, this update version of the One M9+ has only been announced for Taiwan, where it will be available starting October 5 for NT$20,900.