HTC One M9 Review: Building On Something Very Familiar

HTC announced the One M9 back at MWC 2015. HTC has done an excellent job building on something that is well known to most. The HTC One M9 is very similar to it’s predecessors. The HTC One M9 is an excellent handset for anyone who wants a well built flagship smartphone. HTC’s One M9 receives a 9 out of 10 rating based on the LPN Review Guidelines.

HTC’s One M9 is more square shaped when compared to last year’s One (M8). The HTC One M9 comes with an excellent 1080p 5 inch display. BoomSound speakers return with some improvements creating satisfying audio experiences.

The One M9 comes with a Snapdragon 810 chipset which keeps the device fast and powerful. The smartphone comes with a microSD card slot allowing for expandable storage. The handset should be able to last a user at least one day of battery life. Some users may get more battery life based on the way the smartphone is being used.

The cameras on the HTC One M9 do a decent job most of the time. The rear holds a 20 megapixel camera which can produce acceptable photos. Videos may lose focus when shooting with the rear facing camera. HTC’s UltraPixel camera is found on the front of the device. The UltraPixel camera is good for selfies and video calls.

The HTC One M9 is set to hit stores and United States carriers on April 10, 2015. Expect the One M9 to arrive with a price tag found on most flagship smartphones.

The HTC One M9 is an excellent handset and should be an amazing choice for anyone looking for a new smartphone. The HTC One M9 has very few struggles and should create a fun experience for those who buy the handset.

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