HTC One X9 smiles for the camera once again

Just the other day, we showed you some new photos of the HTC One X9. The mid-range handset is expected to be launched early in 2016. Today, a whole new set of photos has been discovered, once again revealing the BoomSound speakers, the metal build, a SIM card slot that doesn't require a pin to open, and the housing for the rear camera that harkens back to the Nexus 6P...
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44. squeeven

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 16, 2015

I have my doubts about some of these specs. Wouldn't make sense for HTC to go with a cheaper processor made by Mediatek rather than Qualcomm especially if this is gonna be their flagship phone. Also I'd be kinda surprised if they didn't go with QHD by this point even if its not necessary and I expect 3GB of RAM and I'm not crazy about capacitive buttons.

45. LionStone

Posts: 1048; Member since: Dec 10, 2010

If people complained about the A9 battery, they probably never used one. Mine lasts all day with moderate usage and heavy days a quick bump charges it pretty fast...

46. Sale247

Posts: 72; Member since: May 08, 2014

And now! Very interesting that NO ONE didn't mention that this phone have boom stereo speakers but do not have THAT UGLY BEZEL,around which there has been debate for 3 years!! Nobody don't want to say "good job HTC"! Well i say GREAT JOB HTC!! BTW: phone looks ok,nothing special. But there are NO BEZELS :) :)

47. Adi87

Posts: 8; Member since: Jul 24, 2014

So glad that finally HTC came to its senses and decided to take off that HTC logo which is right above the keys. It was so annoying.

48. Rager722 unregistered

I lost all hope in HTC, had the M7 and M8 now HTC just copies Samsung and iPhone. Horrible

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