Some of you may have already heard that Google has just unleashed the first beta version of its upcoming Android N mobile operating system (the successor to the current Android Marshmallow, with the N name still to be decided). HTC has wasted no time in expressing its support for the latest iteration of the mobile OS.
On the eve of Christmas, HTC introduced yet another Android powered smartphone with a sleek metallic design -- the One X9. Based on looks alone, the Taiwanese phone maker’s new One X9 phablet might remind some mobile users of Lenovo’s Phab Plus and the Butterfly S devices, especially when they see the HTC phone’s backlit capacitive Android buttons.
It is no secret that HTC has been struggling in recent quarters, in terms of sales and market share. But in November of this year, it appears that the Taiwanese phone maker has bounced back. This is of course made possible with the help of the company’s One A9 smartphone, which was launched in October earlier this year.
Itching to purchase HTC’s newest flagship device, the One A9? Now may be the perfect time to go buy the handset. That is because the Taiwanese phone maker has decided to extend its in-house smartphone trade-in offer through the holiday season and even until January of 2016. Specifically, from now until January 7th of next year, customers can trade in a qualified handset in exchange for the new One A9 smartphone.
As you might have heard already, the One A9, the new flagship device that HTCannounced about a week ago, is coming to stores everywhere in November of this year. For die hard fans of HTC mobile devices, some of them may have noticed that there is a difference between the price of the device when they preorder it directly from HTC, as compared to preordering the handset from wireless carriers.
Just in time for the launch of HTC's One A9 device in the United States market, Sprint is offering a special limited time only offer for mobile users who are interested in purchasing the Android smartphone, especially via Sprint Lease.
It is official -- HTC’s newest smartphone, the One A9, is finally coming to stores in the United States in November of this year. And at a price of $400, the One A9 smartphone appears to be one of the less expensive premium smartphone options currently (or about to be) available in the market today.
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