HTC revealed this week its new 5” HTC One A9, a phone with an uncommon appeal for mobile enthusiasts. The company is providing this gadget with only a few modifications to the pure version of Android’s Marshmallow 6.0. The phone will be marketed worldwide starting next month with a promotional cost of just $400, this being with $200 less than HTC’s previous prices for its flagships off contract. U.S. mobile providers AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will offer the unlocked device after its launch, with Verizon supporting the smart phone after a software upgrade is developed in the next weeks.
Customers will also get a free warranty against damages and will be allowed to download all Marshmallow novelties after only 10-15 days when Google releases its updates up-dates for the Nexus series. Also, mobile phone lovers will unlock their device’s boot loader program without losing its warranty. All unlocking options and quick upgrades for gadgets running on Android are a major promotional advantage to the majority of technical early adopters. The North American branch of HTC tried to use in its favor such selling points in online demonstrations where the producer is emphasizing the strong features of its phones.
According to HTC’s officials, the One A9 represents the best high-end phone they have released in many years, saying that this model provides a higher level of independence for clients who prefer to unlock their device without any charge. They also stated that HTC will give its customers a month of free testing for its One A9. If users do not like he phone and its options, then they can return it to the seller with no additional costs.
Its creators tried to illustrate HTC One A9’s capabilities as a middle point between Android gadgets and iPhones produced by other companies that load their devices with too many customized applications and remove the warranties for clients who want to unlock the boot loader program.
When people buy their next smart phone, they have plenty of options and plenty of items, but no freedom of choice. They can buy the newest iPhone, but they will be prisoners of a company that chooses all its customers’ mobile decisions in their place. Or, there are many Android gadgets, but too many of them are scattered with copied services and bloat ware, while being confusing and extremely complicated for users.
HTC’s demonstration involved video clips showing people who enjoy their One A9 and the multitude of options it offers them. The organization’s obvious marketing target will be the gadget’s multi-media abilities, such as 24-bit sound quality that may be even better than that of audio systems. The device also has a pair of digital cameras, the main one having a powerful 13MP sensor. In addition, there is a multidirectional scanning feature that can assist client in their Android Pay transactions. It has a Snapdragon 617 chip with the 64-bit CPU and it is offered with 16GB and 32GB of memory storage, the micro SD card expending it up to 2TB.
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