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[* black] The dual-tone metal unibody of the M9 is practically identical to that of the M8. The gunmetal gray M9 is just a shade darker than its older sibling; otherwise, you might say these HTCs are twins! Well, almost...
[* black] The M9's most noticeable difference from its [guide|23615|predecessor|new_window=true] is a return to a single rear camera, like the original [guide|13494|HTC One|new_window=true]. Possibly HTC decided that competing with the [guide|5029|3DS dual camera|new_window=true] iswas a little beneath their statusthem.
[* black] The next biggest physical change is in theM9's secondary metamorphosis was a migrational button ergonomicsshuffle.
[* black] The M9's most noticeable difference from its [guide|23615|predecessor|new_window=true] is a return to a single rear camera, like the original [guide|13494|HTC One|new_window=true]. Possibly HTC decided that competing with the [guide|5029|3DS dual camera|new_window=true] iswas a little beneath their statusthem.
[* black] The next biggest physical change is in theM9's secondary metamorphosis was a migrational button ergonomicsshuffle.
[* black] With the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple learned that a top-mounted power button doesn't cut it for a hand-stretching phablet, and [guide|29206|moved its power switch to the side|stepid=68988|new_window=true]. Looks like HTC caught on and followed suit with the M9.
[* black] The M9 also replaces the rocker switch of yesteryear with dedicated volume +/- buttons.