India appears to be the situation of selection amongst smartphone makers nowadays with regards to launching their newest flagships.
Following the announcement of Lenovo that it’s launching its Vibe S1 “selfie” phone within the nation, HTC now confirms that its One A9 and Desire 828 Dual SIM handsets are additionally touchdown on the Indian market.
The One A9 is HTC’s first handset that runs on the newest Android 6.0 Marshmallow up front. The corporate stated that it’s bringing the handset’s 32 GB variant that additionally comes with 3 GB RAM to India. Pricing info continues to be undetermined, however the firm guarantees to share extra particulars nearer to launch.
HTC touts the One A9 device as able to receiving an Android OS replace inside 15 days after it hits the Google Nexus vary. Jason Mackenzie, president of HTC America, promised that the OS replace will arrive on the unlocked HTC One A9 at a a lot fascinating timeframe.
Whereas it’s true that the One A9 has been in contrast aspect by aspect with the Apple iPhone 6, a better take a look at the device means that it truly has loads of distinctive features to supply shoppers.
The One A9 boasts an all-metallic design which appears to have been impressed by the One M9. Likewise, the handset’s fingerprint reader discovered on the front reminisces the one which can also be discovered on the One M9+.
The 5-inch One A9 features a full HD display with 1,080 x 1,920 pixels for decision. The display can also be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. Different features embrace a 13 MP rear camera, a 4 MP front camera, a fingerprint sensor, proximity sensor, ambient mild sensor, gyro, magnetic sensor and a 2,one hundred fifty mAh battery.
“Unleash your inside photographer with the HTC One A9,” stated HTC on its official website. “Take blur-free photographs with Optical Picture Stabilization (OIS). Save extra image particulars for unsurpassed modifying and artistic management with RAW seize in Professional mode. Velocity up your movies as much as 12x for a dramatic impact with Hyperlapse.”
In the meantime, HTC can also be launching the 5.5-inch Desire 828 Dual SIM handset in India, after releasing the device in China earlier this month. It’s the firm’s first handset from the Desire lineup to return outfitted with optical image stabilization (OIS). A few of its notable features embrace Android 5.1.1 Lollipop with HTC Sense, an octa-core MediaTek MT6753 SoC chipset, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, 13 MP rear camera, an Ultrapixel front camera with BSI sensor and 2,800 mAh battery.
Each the One A9 and the Desire 828 Dual SIM handsets will grow to be out there from HTC in India in December, which suggests the launch is simply across the nook.
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Source : TechTimes