The new HTC One A9 can be purchased today from AT&T’s online shop before arriving in retail stores this Friday, November 6. The new “flagship” from HTC in either Carbon Gray or Opal Silver runs $99.99 with a 2-year contract or starts for as low as $0 down with monthly payments of $17.34.
As a recap, this is HTC’s iPhone 6 clone that has a 5-inch 1080p display, 13MP camera with OIS, Snapdragon 617 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage with micro SD card support, 2150mAh battery, fingerprint reader, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow underneath HTC’s Sense. (more…)
The HTC One A9 has received a lot of attention for looking a lot like the iPhone, and rightfully so. It looks a lot like the iPhone, but there’s a lot more to the phone than that. This isn’t an iPhone running Android; it’s an HTC phone through and through. The A9 feels like the culmination of everything that HTC began to do back in 2013 with the release of the original HTC One (M7). HTC has come a long way since then and it shows in the A9.
This is our HTC One A9 review. (more…)
HTC’s little periscope-ish, submarine-inspired action cam, the RE, is on sale today for just $50. That’s a pretty good deal! Sure, this camera doesn’t take great pictures, doesn’t have a viewfinder, and only really works best when paired up to a smartphone, but it could come in handy from time to time. (more…)
Remember that fitness tracking wearable HTC partnered with Under Armour to produce, called the HTC Grip? Well, it was announced back on March 1, with its release scheduled for Spring of 2015. As the year pushed on, Grip never came to fruition, but then in July, the device received Bluetooth certification, sparking the idea that we must be pretty close to a launch. A few days after certification, HTC said we should expect it later, near the tail end of 2015. Well, now it’s nearly November, and there has been zero word from HTC on the device’s whereabouts, until now. Dun dun dun. (more…)
We have the One A9 from HTC in-house, and what better way to kick off our coverage than with a hands-on and initial impressions post. Our opinion on the device and HTC as a company has been posted numerous times, most recently here, but I will attempt to cover the device as I would any other. Yes, it looks like an iPhone, but regardless of what it looks like, it’s a solid little mid-range device priced at just $399. Why not give it a chance? (more…)
HTC wants you to think they are doing “Something special, something different” with their new One A9. Sorry, I’m just not buying any of it. Call me an HTC hater (which I know many of you will), but this is just another Android phone no one will care about or remember in a couple of weeks. Well, you may remember it, just not because of what it can or can’t do. You will remember this phone because of its appearance and the non-stop cracks we will all make about its resemblance to the most popular phone on the planet. (more…)
The HTC One A9 is coming to AT&T and Sprint for sure, according to announcements from each carrier. AT&T isn’t giving out much details, only that they will sell the phone both online and in stores. Sprint, on the other hand, has confirmed a November 6 launch and $20 per month lease for the phone. (more…)
How do you try and win over Android fanboys who might be hesitant to buy your newly announced, mid-range iPhone clone? You tell them to expect incredibly swift updates. And that’s what HTC did today during its One A9 announcement. (more…)