Anast365, 03 Feb 2016I am between the Htc One Me and the Htc One E9+.Can anyone pleaze suggest me which one of them... moreDepends on your preferences.
If you are okay with a big and wide phone (156.5 x 76.5 mm), want big screen (5.5 inch) but at the same time want a slim phone (7.5 mm) then get the E9+.
If you want a comparatively smaller and narrower phone (151 x 72 mm) with slightly smaller screen (5.2 inch), slightly bigger battery (2840 mAh), fingerprint scanner, dual - LED flash and you are okay with it being thick (9.8 mm) then go for ME.
There's not much difference between them except aforementioned differences.
As far as looks are considered I personally prefer the look of ME over E9+ (Although I do admit it looks thick), the camera placement on ME is more conservative and doesn't interfere with the overall design of the back, while on the E9+ its oddly positioned camera completely spoils the rear design of this phone.
i have checked my e9+ battery and it says that my phone has li-ion 2800mAh here in specifications it iw written li-po why?
I am between the Htc One Me and the Htc One E9+.Can anyone pleaze suggest me which one of them is better?I will appreciate your help
Hi there. can someone pleaseeee clarify this for me? does this phone has the same camera problem (purple tint problem) as the htc one m7?
I want smartphone with superb camera slim body and superb sound n dual sim with 4G supported...internal storage mini.32 GB nd expandable its 64 or onwards Ram also have upto 2 GB and price 28000 below...which phone i purchas....???
Overall a nice phone for the price. I recommend it. It also allows to record calls which the previous m7 did not.
Be aware though, if you are used to having ultrapixel rear camera, this won't cut it for you. I went from the M7 to this one and the results is, unless it is a superbright day with clear sunshine quite horrible. There is also no optical stabiliser, so pictures become unsharp and blurry. If its a little bit dark outside, I have to use the selfie camera to photograph the surroundings. If you don't come from another phone with ulteapixels however, you won't know what you're missing and my review will probably make no sense. If you are a loyal HTC user and like point and shoot photography, get a different model.