HTC One A9s launched, doesn’t bring updates and is less pricier than A9
Last year was the year when HTC had an issue with Apple and their fans all over the word and even, some neutrals, when they launched the HTC One A9 which was said to be similar to one of the Apple smartphone designs. However, that hasn’t stopped them from launching another one in that line up to take over from the A9 and after having leaked or a while, it saw its face reared at IFA.
The HTC One A9s doesn’t do much to differ from its predecessor when it comes to the design on the metal smartphone and the ‘s’ that shows up on the back of the new name doesn’t even mean that it is a better stuff or even with upgrades.
Instead, it is even the less pricey version of the line-up. It includes a 5-inch screen and uses a Helio P10 processor from MediaTek. Powered by a 2300mAh battery, the front camera unit is set at 5MP while the rear camera uses a 13MP shooter instead.
As regards the RAM specifications, there would be two variants that could either be 2GB or 3GB. Sooner than later, we are expected to see it in the market.
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