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HTC One M9 Factory Unlocked Cellphone, 32GB, Gunmetal Grey (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.9 out of 5 stars 272 customer reviews
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  • 20 MP camera with sapphire camera cover lens to deliver crisp
  • clear photos
  • Front-facing stereo speakers with built-in amp and Dolby Audio surround for the ultimate audio experience
  • The built-in HTC Themes app
  • can change the look and feel of your phone
  • All-metal body features mirrored edges that are ergonomically tapered to effortlessly fit your grip
  • 20 MP camera with sapphire camera cover lens to deliver crisp
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Product Features

Color: Gunmetal Grey
  • Size (LWH): 2.8 inches, 0.4 inches, 5.7 inches
  • Weight: 5.28 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: LTE
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 1524 minutes
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 391 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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Product Description

Color: Gunmetal Grey

The HTC One M9 features more customizable options than ever. With the built-in HTC Themes app, you can change the look and feel of your phone using your favorite photo or online image. The HTC Themes app is able to pick colors from the photo and applies the theme you create to your wallpaper, icons, and more.

Product Information

Color:Gunmetal Grey
Product Dimensions 2.8 x 0.4 x 5.7 inches
Item Weight 5.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces
ASIN B00V59AUKA
Item model number One M9
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 272 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #25,089 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#698 in Cell Phones & Accessories > Unlocked Cell Phones
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By rpv TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 8, 2015
Color: Gunmetal Grey
Oh, Another year 2015. Another set of phones from manufacturers! I have been hooked onto get the latest phone every year syndrome and love reviewing specifics. Disclaimer, I love Android and have been using from very early days. I will not call HTC One M9 as revolutionary, but it is slightly evolutionary. If you have an older phone more than 2 years old, absolutely get this. I like the fact that this still has microSD card slots. There are so many variants already in the market. So do check local specs.

I was very curious to try out M9 and S6 as they are most talked about now. M9 is still HD not quad HD like LG G3s. But this resolution is good enough for most common tasks. Many manufacturers are going away from microSD card slots and this is absolutely a must and is a key differentiator from iPhone. Am glad M9 has it. But the camera has let me down big time. In spite of 20 MP, my experience so far is sub optimal. I have used only couple of days and I am also using a Galaxy S6, and no doubt S6 triumps. Hence my 4 stars.

IF YOU HAVE LAST YEAR model of any phone, PLEASE DON’T upgrade. Phones are becoming so standard and power packed it makes no sense to upgrade and waste money every year. I buy and sell so many phones as it is like a hobby for me, but I stick to one phone as primary for couple of years now. My main requirements are a 128 GB microSD, good screen, battery life and performance.

In my opinion, following are key specs to consider when you buying a phone. Most of others are standard or does not matter at all. First size, weight and resolution are part of look and feel. RAM/CPU part of performance. external Storage is part of expandability. Camera is obvious!
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Color: Gunmetal Grey Verified Purchase
I give a four star cause I expected way more. I've had htc one since the release of the M8. After switching through different cell phone companies I've had to buy the M8 over and over again with no complaints. I've also owned several droids and iPhone in the past so I'm no stranger to call phone market. While yes this phone is a very good phone to have if you have the M8 I recommend staying with it. I can tell almost no difference at all as far as speed. Yes the camera is better and its a kinda a different design but not enough to fork over the obscene amount that cell phones cost these days.
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Color: Gunmetal Grey
Over the past week, I’ve had the opportunity to test out the HTC One M9 mobile phone. Admittedly, most of my smartphone experience has been with Apple iPhones, so this was a different experience for me. With this review, I will take a look at the operating system and give my opinion on it, but the majority of the review will focus on the hardware.
Mobile OS
As I mentioned, the HTC One M9 runs off of the Android OS. For those who aren’t aware, Android was introduced as a mobile operating system in 2008. HTC as a smartphone manufacturer has a long-standing history with Android, as the HTC Dream was the first Android smartphone that was commercially released (October 2008). This was a full year after the Apple iPhone was released, but Android was in development for quite some time before its actual release.

Since that time, Android has become widely distributed and is currently the largest installed base of all operating systems. This is largely in due to the fact that more phones run Android than iOS.
Now, during my testing period, I did have a learning curve. I feel as though I am a pretty fast learner, especially when it comes to technology, and think I took to the OS pretty quickly. I was actually using the HTC One M9 side-by-side with my iPhone 6 this past week and found that it was a little difficult because I didn’t entirely embrace the Android OS. That being said, I really enjoyed using the HTC One M9. The OS seemed to be quick and even though it’s layout is so different from what I’m used to, it was functional and I could see how some might really enjoy it.

One thing I did not like about the initial set-up and installation of apps was that more than 60 apps were automatically installed on the phone.
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Color: Silver/Gold
Specs state: 2100(B1)
However upon traveling overseas, the B1 / 2100 LTE frequency is NOT available on this model. I can confirm that my Samsung Note 4 is running on Band 1 and picks up LTE which confirms the HTC US Unlocked version DOES NOT have B1 2100 which is a very common LTE frequency overseas. I travel extensively and this was a HUGE let down when I arrived overseas to get H+ and NOT LTE. You can see B1 2100 is not available on this model by going to HTC's website and choosing US / Unlocked. You can see the specs which show B1 2100 is NOT available. I also called HTC to confirm and they too confirmed B1 2100 is not available. Sad because I loved the phone. You can get B1 2100 by buying the T Mobile unit however I don't like branded phones and all the bloat ware that goes with them. This is just a heads up for you travelers. I made amazon aware of this when I returned the phone but I see they have not changed the specs yet.
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