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HTC set to release the One A9’s successor, the One A9s

HTC set to release the One A9’s successor, the One A9s

 


According to VentureBeats, Evan Blass, Taiwan based company, HTC is set for a September 1 release of a successor to last year’s One A9. The One A9 is was among HTC’s main line of devices and is famous for its resemblance to Apple’s iPhone 6. This year’s iteration of the One A9 looks to follow its predecessors step and take it a step further by bearing a name, One A9s, much like Apples naming of the second variant of their iPhone’s for a particular year, e.g iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.

That said, the upcoming One A9s will  not be so different from its predecessor as regards Aesthetics. The device will be coming metal clad, without the HTC logo on its front, just like HTC 10. Along with the removal of the HTC logo from the devices front, HTC has also changed the location of the devices features. Most notably, the devices 13MP rear camera and flash has been moved to the side. Finally, the sensors formally located above have been given a new location as well.

The leaked photo of the One A9s shows the device will be coming in bluish silver, gold, white and black colours. The information on the One A9s is still thin but we should be seeing more concrete rumours on the device in the coming days.

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