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HTC Cell Phone News » Here’s a better look at HTC’s low-cost One M9

Here’s a better look at HTC’s low-cost One M9

Here’s a better look at HTC’s low-cost One M9
News from TechRadar:

Update: Renowned Twitter leaker @Upleaks has supplied us with some more renders of a new HTC phone, and this time it’s the HTC One E9 Plus.

The images show off the handset in gun-metal grey, white and gold, with one version coming in a gold and white combo.

We’d previously seen the E9 in some renders (story below), but it now seems there will be a larger version of the handset to come as well.

However, as there’s been no suggestion of specs so far, we don’t know what the exact differences will be.

Original story below…

If the HTC One M9 isn’t quite cutting it for you, hang tight: there’s another handset on the way from the Taiwanese firm in the shape of the One E9. A new image posted by @upleaks shows that this shape includes a glossy back for an extra eye-catching effect.

It’s likely to appeal to a…………… continues on TechRadar

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News from CBS News:

Can a smarter smartphone help HTC slug it out in one of the most competitive segments in the technology world?

The Taiwanese hardware maker says its new Android phone, dubbed the One M9, automatically adjusts to suit users’ personal needs and environment. U.S. HTC America president Jason MacKenzie tells CBS News that the device, which went on sale online in the U.S. on Friday, is “contextually aware, so it actually knows am I at home or work, and will serve me up the applications that I am mostly using at home or work, or that I am using on the road.”

He also expects customers to respond to the company’s pledge to replace the phone once within 12 months of purchase if it is damaged, calling the policy a “a massive differentiator” in the crowded smartphone market.

The One M9 will hit the shelves at major carriers and retailers on April 9.

HTC, which in January reported its first quarterly sales growth in more than three years, has a lot riding on the M9′s success. Revenue at the company, which once held a 10 percent share of the global smartphone market, has been largely flat after a steady decline during the past two years, with HTC continuing to lose ground to competitors including Apple (

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