Google is making another big buy into smartphone hardware — or at least the people responsible for creating it. The company has just confirmed in a blog that it plans to acquire part of
The big Android players, LG and Samsung have already shown off their flagship devices for 2016 with the LG G5 and Galaxy s7 receptively, today HTC has also formally announcing the HTC 10, its flagship smartphone for 2016. After the failure in terms of sales of the M9 last year, HTC thinks that the HTC 10 will revamp its smartphone sales in 2016, but with the Galaxy s7
If you think HTC was done with iPhone mimicking with the A9 smartphone, well a bigger brother is coming called the One X9 spotting a 5.5 inch screen as confirmed by Chinese telecom regulator TENAA. The phone looks similar to the A9, which got lots of heat for borrowing more than a little from Apple's iPhone 6. But we wouldn't blame you for seeing some similarities with another flagship device: the Nexus 6P especially at the back. Both have a distinctive glass-covered camera bar along the top of the device.
In a rather unexpected move, HTC has released their first major commercial for the new One A9 Android handset is all about how you can leave Apple and the iPhone. We've seen this before, as they try to mimic Apples's famous "1984" commercial against IBM and now the tables have turned so HTC is presenting the iPhone as the boring, gray, generic thing that everyone uses and does.
Today on a live stream via YouTube, HTC has announced the latest member of its premium HTC One family, the HTC One A9. The new phone strikes as balance between mid-level specs to an aluminum-bodied smartphone running the latest version of Android, 6.0 Marshmallow. It also has a fingerprint sensor just like Samsung and a 13-megapixel camera camera with OIS (optical image stabilization). Although the phone has several similarities with Apple's most recent iPhone designs, HTC insists that it built the A9 with inspiration from its M8 and M9 design traits.
HTC has had very bad financials in recent times, and the company thinks this upcoming phone will change this. According to rumor mill, the phone will be called the HTC One A9 and from the specs it will be more of an upper mid-range ‘phone, also known as a supermid device. It’s likely to be based around a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, probably the Snapdragon 617, with 2 GB of RAM and a 5.0-inch, 1080p AMOLED panel rather