HTC One E9+ is the best phone in the HTC stables at the moment
HTC One E9+ is similar to the flagship M9+ but comes with the latest MediaTek HelioX10 chipset.
I guess some people might buy the HTC One M9+ only for its looks. It is that kind of phone, with a full-metal chassis and smooth gold frame that offsets the matte finish on the rest of the body. It also brings the dual camera back, something HTC decided to forgo off in the M9. […]
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The design has to be the best thing about the HTC One M9+ which costs Rs 48, 362
The HTC One M9+ is made for the emerging markets like India. But how effective will the phone be? We live with it real time for two days.
HTC has decided to not launch its flagship HTC One M9 in India and instead bring in a larger version of the same phone, the One M9+.
The HTC One M9 is likely to be priced at around Rs 49,990 and will compete with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S6.
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HTC has not clarified which processor it is using in the phone. However, it will offer Cat 4 4G connectivity at speeds of up to 150 Mbps.
HTC has introduced its M9 flagship smartphone along with Grip smart band and Vive VR headset at MWC 2015.
HTC has surely nailed the features the aspirational market is looking for and has enough to take on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
The HTC Grip is definitely a top-end band, but most probably irrelevant to a market like India
The extra storage and processing power as well as the good camera makes this phone a good challenger for the Moto G.