Some can simply put it that they got lazy with the HTC One A9
The new flagship phone (if you can call it that) of HTC comes in the form of HTC One A9. Supposedly launched last month, the delay could have meant they're making sure it will definitely wow everyone. But come October 20, everyone is left in an undeniable disappointment.
Looking at the supposed brand new superphone from HTC, no one can deny how the Taiwanese brand opted to drop their signature design and instead took the easy way route of looking like an Apple iPhone. Some can simply put it that they got lazy with the HTC One A9 or it's a marketing strategy on its own, looking like an Android version of the well-loved Apple smartphone can have its advantages after all.
The HTC One A9 certainly made sure that it isn't worth the wait with less than satisfying unique features
Looking like a cheaper clone of an iPhone 6 for a price of $399 and running on Android Marshmallow might be appealing for some but aside from these, the HTC One A9 doesn't really offer anything spectacular.
It has a 2,150mAh battery that probably won't give you enough juice to run all day especially with your data on, a 13MP rear camera which other smartphone has, and a 3GB RAM that is already what new phones offer.
This smartphone certainly didn't fail to disappoint
The One A9 certainly made sure that it isn't worth the wait with less than satisfying unique features like the Dolby Audio™ with Hi-Res Audio and the HTC's Uh Oh Protection that makes sure that you get a replacement in any case that your phone breaks or you switch carriers in a year's time.
With just the blatant copying of iPhone's design, the fingerprint sensor that works smoothly, and other mediocre features, the HTC One A9 certainly didn't fail to disappoint. So much for thinking we'll have another phone to salivate to.
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