I have really bad experience with htc m8. I bought this phone aftr 3mnths of its launching. Sorry to tel but the performance was vry bad and camera clarity s vry poor evn cheaper phones is performin good compared to this.
So my opinion s jst make sure tht u r getting worth for ur payemt
sureshkarthik, 21 Feb 2016where i need to buy htc a9. i need a original piece. Go to the official HTC website and look for where to buy then fill out the form state city etc and the official sales shop address and phone number will be available.
You can even try Flipkart or Amazon if you want to buy it online.
Anonymous, 10 Feb 2016Look at HTC One M7 (released March 2013) and One M8 (released March 2014)
Compare them t... morei had it . Totally different from iphone tho.
A9 is another case . It is totally different from m7 and similiar to iphone 6s .
seriously , between these 3 do you think the middle is more similiar to left than right ?
NCV, 17 Feb 2016Dear all, I have checked all the opinions from many sources. Many are OK and others are aga... moreMan this phone sells in Europe for about 400 euro for the 16GB version which is quite a lot and the processor inside is snapdragon 617, like seriously if you want to have a good looking phone just buy the Oneplus X or sth else. Why spend the extra 150 euro for a snapdragon 617 and a fingerprint reader. If you want a fingerprint reader so badly you could buy Meizu MX5 which has the crazy octa core Helio X10 or the Nexus 5x which has a Snapdragon 808. If you were from NA though where the phone sells for about 300$ for the 32 GB version so yeah it's money well spent there, because this phone does look good and has some good midrange specs. But seriously it's not even worth to consider buying it if you were to live in Europe.
anyone can advise about battery life and resolution while using and gaming / which one better iphone 6s or htc one a9?? please help
I always do a lot research before buying any gadget.. M quite impressed with HTC A9 so far, just have a concern about mail configuration. I've 5-6 official emails which I do configure in my all gadgets. Did any anybody face any problem to configure more than 1 email?? Please share your experience. Thx!
I have checked all the opinions from many sources. Many are OK and others are against the handset. I was very impressed with the phone also bought the carbon Grey. Battery gets full charged in an hour which is the best quality.I as a moderate user gets the Battery life the whole day.Browsing speed is amazing. Fingerprint scanner is the best infact better than iPhone 6s.Only disadvantage is heavy users feel heating issues and bit lag in loading high profile games which due to the Snapdragon 617.
PhoneGuy, 16 Feb 2016This device is $649.00 in Canada on the HTC website.... WAY over priced for a midrange device ... moreI agree with you, but in two points I completely disagree with you. Those are battery life and finger print sensor. Though the battery is only 2150 mAh, its easily support full day for heavy users, for moderate users it lasts 1.5 days easily due to power efficient SD617 chipset. 2nd thing, finger print sensor. I think A9's finger print scanner is the world's best finger print scanner till now. Apple's finger print sensor is way behind than A9's scanner. You can test it and see the experts review in youtube. Otherwise, your concern is valid.
This device is $649.00 in Canada on the HTC website.... WAY over priced for a midrange device even if it has 32GB internal memory. No dual front facing stereo speakers, a midrange chipset, a small battery, and a silly fingerprint sensor. Definitely not worth the price tag. When the M9 was launched at cell phone stores it was only $699.99 to buy it on a no term plan whereas the HTC Canada website says it sells for $849.
Rupom, 12 Feb 2016I am confused between HTC one A9 and Huawei G7 plus. Size doesn't matter for me, I want to pur... moreHonestly I dont see too much of a difference between the HTC One A9 or the Huawei G7 Plus... If i was in your position i would just choose one out of the random since they are so similar, in fact the only differences in these phones are the size. So you might as well just decide which size will feel more comfortable in your hands: a bigger one or a smaller one.