HTC One A9: Most Attractive HTC Terminal

Who don’t have a smartphone? Of all smartphones sold, the most powerful or popular are the most demanded? The answer is no. The mid-range is the one that has more pull among all audiences.

Either for the most affordable price, or because, in reality, is enough to the vast majority of people with a smartphone that yield well and meets as necessary, HTC has ventured to release a proposal in the middle range: the interesting HTC One A9 – (stand for a cell phone).

Controversial design, but distinctive

HTC One A9 moves away from the proposal of terminal “top” posed by the previous model of HTC, the HTC One M9. Now we have a phone intended for the vast majority of users, those who prefer a quality terminal, but not as high performance.

Despite this belonging to the middle range, the HTC One A9 has a design to the height of any high end smartphone, palpable in its metallic with curved edges and sleek finish.

Many will think that it is a “blatant copy” of the design of the iPhone 6, and there may be some inspiration, but the reality is that HTC already has a base of designs own very solid out of the HTC One M7 a few years ago, and that of HTC One A9 continues to be an evolution. It is convenient to use, pleasant to the touch and, ultimately, more attractive than the other terminals located in the middle and governed by Android range (which are usually manufactured in Polycarbonate plastic bodies).

High quality and good size screen

Another remarkable point of the HTC One A9 is its screen. In this case we speak of a 5-inch AMOLED panel with Full HD resolution, which gives a great detail of image. Although the AMOLED panel is not the pointer that exists on the market, it is completely expected height. In addition, outdoors it looks really good.

Perhaps a distinguishing point of the front of this HTC One A9 and the previous HTC, is that its front is now more wasted: it is very high, and does not have speakers double as on previous occasions. The speaker is now in the lower part of the terminal.

That Yes, the absence of front speakers remedied thanks to the inclusion of a new item: a capacitive fingerprint sensor. This element provides the ability the One A9 HTC unlock by simply passing your finger through it.

Other ways to unlock the terminal can be to put two touches on the display when it is in sleep mode, or press the power button itself, but the sensor tracks it is the safest and interesting.

Power more than enough within its range

The definition of middle range of HTC One A9 is due somewhat to your processor, commissioned to give him power, that on this occasion remains in a “simple” Qualcomm MSM8952 Snapdragon 617 of 64-bit, a processor with eight cores, a group of four of 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 and another group of four 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 that sits right in the middle of Qualcomm brand power table.

But eye, make no mistake, the 617 Snapdragon processor is more than enough for what they can offer us the HTC One A9: can enjoy a total fluidity in the menus, chatting, reviewing our social networks, watching videos, playing 3D games. We do not need more.

They help a lot to that fluidity the 2 GB of RAM that had been included in the device. By the way, joining 16 GB of internal memory, which can always increase to the 2 TB of capacity if we use microSD card reader included.

A very interesting camera

The main Chamber of the HTC One A9 is one of its strong points: boasts 13 MP resolution, uses an aperture of f/2.0, this means that you can capture very well the brightness and that will allow to take perfect photos in low light or at night.

The front-facing camera, in this case, is HTC Ultrapixel of 4 MP, Aperture f/2.0 and video recording 1080 p, perfect to take quality selfies.

Other interesting HTC One A9 additives are the ability to perform quick charges to its battery, which perfectly withstand the hustle and bustle of a whole day. We also have connectivity for 4 G, 4.1, dual-band WiFi Bluetooth, FM radio, and the use of Android 6.0 Marshmallow (the latest version of Android) with built-in HTC Sense.

 

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