HTC has finally unveiled its new flagship phone, the One M9. Following months of speculation and rumors, the official release confirms that the leaks were, for the most part, accurate. There is no major aesthetic change in the physical form from its predecessors, the M8 and M7, which means the One M9 features a similar all-aluminum unibody design, with a 5-inch 1080p display framed by HTC’s trademark BoomSound speakers. In place of major aesthetic changes are upgrades in specs, which include the addition of Android 5.0 Lollipop, Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 810 CPU, supported by 3GB of RAM. Many will fancy seeing an upgraded battery capacity, which has been bumped from 2,600mAh to 2,840mAh, hopefully able to last a full day in cooperation with Snapdragon. Perhaps the biggest change comes in the rear-facing camera,with HTC replacing its UltraPixel technology for a more conventional 20-megapixel sensor set in a square camera unit. Touting its 27.8mm f/2.2 lens and increase in pixel count, HTC promises great image capacity.