The new HTC’s US-based flaghsip, the One A9 is now live on AT&T website, will be available to purchase in stores this Friday. Starting from November 6th 2015, the U.S. carrier AT&T be carrying the HTC One A9, costs almost as much as the Galaxy S6 goes. It’s proving to be a busy week for the network carrier as far as new releases are concerned. This coming Friday, the AT&T carrier will drop the Android-powered BlackBerry Priv as well.
It to be seen whether the high-profile introduction of HTC’s hero phone – One A9 will be up for grabs through AT&T on the very same day as the Prive Android slider retails.
Pricing plans regarding AT&T’s One A9 smartphone go like this. The handset will be available for $99.99 when you take out a new two year contract with the carrier, it will also be available on the company’s Next plans with payments starting at $17.34 a month, the Next 24 plan, $21.67 on the Next 18 plan, or $26 via AT&T’s Next 12 package.
It was when HTC was the biggest rival to other popular competitors in the smartphone market, such as Samsung, Apple, LG, Sony etc, and now that the current international markets are looking at the Huawei, OnePlus and currently in the top 3 best manufacturer position would be the Xiaomi – came with its own custom ROM – MIUI based on Android. HTC on the other hand is being struggling to capture the market and the last was the One M9, simply haven’t brought anything to the table, though. With the One A9, the Taiwan-based electronics hoping lot from the ground.
The latest hardware from HTC, the One A9 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow accompanied by its own Sense 7 UI, which offers a 5-inch, 1080 x 1920 AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 SoC and 3 gigs of RAM. Equipped with a a 13-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 24-bit hi-res sound, and a microSD slot for those in search of additional storage.
You may have a closer look at the HTC One A9 specifications: HTC One A9 Is A 7.2mm Slim Metal $399 iPhone 6s Alternative Runs Android 6.0 On-Board.