HTC One A9 Specifications

HTC-One-A9

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Technology

  • GSM: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • 3G: HSDPA 900 /1900/ 2100
  • 4G: LTE
  • SIM Type: Nano-SIM
  • OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow (HTC Sense)

Design

  • Dimensions: 145.8 x 70.8 x 7.3 mm
  • Weight: 143 g
  • Display: 5-inch, 1080 x 1920 pixels (441 PPI), AMOLED touchscreen with Gorilla Glass 4
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity, gyro and Compass

Hardware

  • Processor Type: Octa-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53
  • Processor Name: Snapdragon 617
  • Graphics Processor: Adreno 405
  • RAM: 2 GB / 3 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB/ 32 GB
  • External Storage: microSD, up to 200 GB

Camera

  • Rear: 13 MP, 4128 x 3096 pixels, OIS, autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
  • Video recording: Yes, 1080p@30fps
  • Front-facing: 4 MP, 1080p

Multimedia

  • Music Support: AAC, AMR, MP2, MP3, M4A, MKA,
  • Loudspeaker: Yes
  • Video Support: MP4/MPEG4/H.263/H.264 player
  • FM Radio: Yes

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth: v4.1
  • WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
  • GPS: Yes
  • USB: microUSB v2.0

Miscellaneous

  • Fingerprint Sensor.
  • Quick Charge 3.0
  • Dolby Audio.
  • Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 2150 mAh
  • Launch Date: October 20, 2015
  • Availability: November 2015
  • Launch Price: USD400 (32 GB version)

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7 thoughts on “HTC One A9 Specifications

  • October 21, 2015 at 11:20 am
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    lol, htc really made that iPhone knockoff, though it doesn’t look as much of a copy as the leaks suggested. well, it’s a good device, but i don’t see this stopping the bleeding. maybe htc should return to their roots in the ODM business

    • October 21, 2015 at 12:07 pm
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      also 2150 mAh battery? come on!
      and why not just make the fingerprint sensor the home button, go for capacitive keys and forgo on screen keys?
      btw, the phone has NFC

  • October 21, 2015 at 4:02 pm
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    The battery is a turn and the pricing too. I don’t see a way this is going to turn around HTC fortune

    • October 22, 2015 at 12:22 am
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      I actually dont see it too. I even stopped following their design trends since they made two or three generations of flagships that looked exactly alike.

      But at $400, this looks like a good bargain

  • October 22, 2015 at 6:34 am
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    The display technology is actually AMOLED rather than LCD..

  • October 22, 2015 at 6:39 am
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    It’s a sweet looking package with the only downside IMO being the rather small battery capacity and for $400 for a phone of this package from HTC it’s not too badly priced either..

  • October 22, 2015 at 12:03 pm
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    A closed ecosystem is one where I cannot do any of the following:
    – Drag and drop my .mp3s/.mp4s that I own from my iPhone to my desktop
    – Drag and drop my .mp3s/.mp4s that are non-iTunes from my desktop to my iPhone
    – I cannot browse through my iPhone’s folders, everything has to be done through iTunes.
    – I need to use a third party program which adds more time in managing my phone, whereas on an android I can plug it in and browse as free as I please.

    Why is this a big deal? I had a user who was upgrading from an iPhone 5 to an iPhone 6s recently. He is not tech savvy at all so he neglected to upgrade his phone from iOS 7.1. So I couldn’t make a backup and restore it obviously, I had to upgrade it to the newest iOS first. I backed up all his photos by easily dragging and dropping them as I should be able to, but couldn’t get his music off. It literally wouldn’t let me get the music off of his phone until I updated it. So I couldn’t update his phone because of all the music on it, and I couldn’t delete his music because I couldn’t update it.

    So before my post “makes you facepalm” you should consider the nuances iOS creates for no reason for things that are a mere afterthought on Android. I don’t use iOS for anything but their apps and movies, I use Spotify for anything music-related. I loved my iPhone 6 but it’s people like you that make me cringe whom are obvious fanboys.

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