The HTC One M9 rated as a good smartphone but not better.

The HTC One M9 rated as a good smartphone but not better.

The looks of this new phone is undeniably attractive, with Sense 7 on board navigation is smoother, it actually feels good without the glitches, crashes, or even reboots. Plus the Boomsound speakers that yield superior sound quality.

Yet, it does not have all the good qualities of a smartphone. It has a short battery life, however M9 has an Extreme Power Saving Mode that can help you with your battery if situation like that occurs, performance of the phone is compromised when it is set on that particular mode, and so it can be annoying. In terms of its camera the front-facing cam for selfies has it ways to do better job by simply flipping the fancy 4 UltraPixel camera around front. On the other hand the main camera of the HTC M9 needs improvement, it has a low-light and it is not a good thing because compared to other smartphones in the market there are much better smartphones that can give better result in terms of photo capture.

 

HTC One M9 Specs

OS: Android 5.0 (Lollipop) with HTC Sense 7.0

CPU: Quad-core Snapdragon 810 processor

Screen: 5-inch 1920×1080 Super LCD 3 (441 PPI)

RAM: 3GB

Storage: 32GB + Micro SD up to 2TB

Camera: 4 UltraPixel front Camera / 20MP rear camera

Battery: 2840 mAh

Dimensions: 5.69 x 2.74 x 0.38 inches

Weight: 5.54 ounces

Price: $200 or $250, (the prices greatly vary from carrier, retailers, plan, etc..)

 

Should you buy it?

If you want to have the best smartphone, the HTC One M9 is not for you although this new phone has few great features but those features do not elevate it to be among the best of the samrtphones in the market today. On the contrary, if you are one of HTC’s lovers and you like the HTC’s original flagship then there is no question of should you buy it or not.

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