Nexus phones, HTC One A9, Surface Pro 4 (MobileTechRoundup show #357)

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

HTC One A9 priced at $400 launched; smartphone to challenge iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus.

With a slight camera bump on the back, a circular two-tone flash and even a couple antenna bands across the rounded back, the new flagship phone from HTC doesn’t shy away from the current design trend among top-of-the-line phones. At the launch, HTC America President, Jason Mackenzie, promised that the unlocked HTC One A9 will receive every Android OS update within 15 days of the Nexus range.

HTC appears to have borrowed various signature elements from its previous smartphones, particularly the M7, to develop the One A9’s full-metal unibody design. The A9 will go on sale globally next month (early November), but is available for pre-order – US preorders for silver and gray phones are now being taken through HTC’s website for $400. 2.

The homegrown Taiwanese brand, once a star of the smartphone sector, is suffering losses as it grapples with intense competition from Samsung, Apple and rising Chinese brands and is looking at teh HTC A9 as a saviour of sorts. 5. I don’t see any hope for a turnaround.” Observers have taken to social media to note how similar HTC One A9’s appearance is to Apple’s iPhone 6s, some calling it a “clone.” 7. “(We’re) unveiling a phone that stands apart in a market increasingly dominated by a company which controls every aspect of your phone,” HTC’s CEO Cher Wang said in a statement. 8. HTC has updated this with a focus on camera capabilities, adding a “simplified” camera UI and the ability to process RAW image files on the handset itself. According to an article by Christian Today, the One A9 Aero seems to show that the Taiwanese tech giant will cut the usual One M-Series and start a whole new line in the A-Series. If the HTC One A9’s colours are not attractive enough for you, then wait a while as the company has promised to deliver the smartphone in other hues too and make them available within weeks.

The brand believes that this offers a decent compromise between price and performance, and combined with the newest version of Android it can deliver a new experience.

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