HTC have released the A9, a mid to high-end smartphone as opposed to a flagship device. It looks a lot like an iPhone 6S, but how has it been received by the experts? It seems the verdicts are mixed.
Yesterday we covered the announcement of the HTC One A9, the first in a new line of phones from one of Android’s best manufacturers — complete with a gorgeous (if derivative) design, excellent performance and a slick version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow aboard. Today, we’re happy to announce the first official cases for the One A9.
HTC’s next flagship is coming soon. It’s called the One A9, and early impressions have been very favourable – great performance, excellent software and a reasonable price. The only thing in question is the design — which is an interesting mixture of past HTC phones and a rather more obvious influence.
HTC is in trouble. The Taiwanese company’s latest flagship, the One M9, failed to really improve upon last year’s One M8, and sales have been slow as a result. Now, HTC is reportedly planning an interim flagship to keep them afloat until the next One, to be released in November. This phone is called the HTC Aero – and here’s what we know about it so far.
Imagine the HTC One M9, but with a larger 5.2-inch screen, a higher 1440p resolution, and an integrated fingerprint reader. It sounds a little like HTC’s 2016 flagship, but it’s actually a phone that was released earlier this year: the One M9 Plus. Despite its improvements over the One M9, the Plus hasn’t received much media attention – because it was only announced for the Chinese market. Now though, Mobile Fun are bringing the One M9 Plus to the UK!