HTC One A9s likely to launch ahead of IFA on September 1
Older version of HTC one A9 shares some design similarities with Apple’s iPhone. Accordingly on VentureBeat by Evan Blass aka (@evleaks) Reports shows an image a similar design but this time around even the rear camera and front sensors have been placed just like the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s. Unlike the A9, which had the rear camera module in the middle The HTC one A9s seem to have it near the left edge, exactly where you will find the camera in the iPhone 6s.
As per the leaked images of the Smartphone provided to the website, except for moving of camera lenses, flash, and sensors, the hardware design of the Smartphone looks exactly like its predecessor. The successor to the HTC phone will not only carry a similar hardware design but also the naming convention followed by latest Smartphone in Apple’s iPhone series.
According to Blass HTC One A9s believed to come with a below Specification:
♦ 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.
♦ The device will not have HTC branding in the front and is expected to come in White,Black, Gold, Bluish-Silver variants.
♦ 7.3 mm thick device and weighted 143 Grams.
♦ 5-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
♦ Body will be made of metal.
♦ The Smartphone was powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 16GB storage.
♦ The phone was also helped by the fact that it was priced fairly aggressively around Rs 30,000.
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Also, VentureBeat reports that HTC will drop its own logo from the front panel of the device. HTC announced its 2016 flagship in April with a redesigned front panel which skipped company’s logo.
The original HTC One A9 came with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS with HTC Sense UI on top. The One A9 had 2150 mAh battery which was highly assessed. With HTC One A9s, the company could use USB-port for charging instead of the microUSB port.
The HTC One A9s is likely to be Launch Company on September 1. We will have to wait for the official announcement from the Company.