When HTC originally unveiled the One A9 they said the price would be $399 for a limited time. We now know exactly what the time limit is and how much the actual price will be.
The entire official stock wallpaper collection from the unreleased HTC One A9 is now available to download thanks to a system dump which appeared online earlier today. We got our hands all six backgrounds, so you can choose which one to set as the cover screen on your smartphone and tablet.
Hit the break below for a full gallery of all of the images.
The HTC One A9 is prepared to hit the market in the coming weeks and with a price point significantly lower than flagship devices. HTC is hoping the combination of a “good enough” device from a hardware standpoint combined with affordability in a package designed to emulate another market winner will be a win for them. Unfortunately, it does not look like any positives the new HTC device brings to the market is going to be enough to reverse the pessimistic view of the company that financial analysts have. Read more
HTC is in the midst of rolling out its second major update to the Asian variant of the Desire 820. The upgrade brings the latest version of Lollipop to the handset, together with a multitude of much-needed bug fixes and stability improvements.
Hit the break for the full changelog.
At the start of 2015, Under Armour formed a strategic partnership with HTC that would task the hardware manufacturer with designing products to work with UA Record. Both companies would be moving into the connected health and fitness sector that’s already crowded with offerings from Fitbit, Nike, Apple, Jawbone, and many more. The original release date for the partnership’s first product, the Grip, was scheduled for February; however, HTC continuously delayed the device and commented in July that a launch was coming “later this year.”
Nine months after the activity tracker debuted, we now know that the HTC Grip will not arrive in 2015.
HTC this week announced the One A9, and the design turned out to be a blatant copy of the iPhone 6/6S. HTC claims that it was actually Apple who copied the Taiwanese manufacturer, but Cupertino won’t be serving papers to HTC anytime soon either way.
By now you’ve probably heard all about HTC’s new One A9 (which we just reviewed). There are two camps in regard to the company’s late-2015 flagship, and it seems like everyone either loves it or hates it. And while there is plenty of criticism that you can throw at HTC and the One A9, this phone is arguably the best chance the company has to plug the holes in its financially-sinking ship. Read more
So the new HTC One A9 arrived on my doorstep late in the afternoon yesterday. And like many of HTC’s devices, this is one premium piece of hardware. The One A9 features an all-metal unibody design that has been brushed twice and then received a bead-blasted finish. All around, it measures 145.7 x 70.8 x 7.26mm. HTC built another device that is both beautiful to look at and feel.
Need a look for yourself? Check out various shots of the One A9 after the break.
HTC today revealed its next flagship device, the One A9. There’re some mixed feelings around the device so far, but one thing HTC isn’t skimping on is high promises. If you buy an unlocked HTC One A9, the Taiwanese-based company claims that you’ll have future Android versions just 15 days after they hit Nexus devices.
An unlocked variant of the new HTC One A9 can already be pre-ordered following the handset’s announcement earlier today. The company is selling the One A9 at a “promotional price” of $399 set to last for a limited time. That price also applies to the carrier variants that operate on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint’s networks. And each of them, with the exception of Sprint skipping Deep Garnet color, will have the One A9 in Carbon Gray, Opal Silver, and Deep Garnet.
Select carriers have committed to selling the One A9 online and in retail stores, too.