HTC chief vows that the HTC One A9 will be an iPhone alternative

HTC seems ready to bring not only an addition into its smartphones but a device that will stand against those ruling the smartphone world. The event just held yesterday in the New York City showed off the new HTC smartphone and its promised values. The new device is named as HTC One A9 as expected with almost the same details that have been reported earlier, but unofficially.

Although the HTC One A9 is now official but the company head came up with some remarks to raise the excitement before the official launch. According to reports the HTC CEO had planned to bring the new One A9 at a level that may stand against the iPhones. This means the device will feature a design concept and spec sheet that will at least compare with iPhone 6S or iPhone 6.

On the other hand, having a look on the official images of the HTC One A9, we find the design concept of the One A9 carrying similarities to the iPhone 6 in many ways. Featuring a metallic exterior the One A9 is expected with a 5inch screen that displays with 1080x1920pixels resolution. Under the hood a Snapdragon 617 SoC, up to 3GB RAM and native storage with external support makes it quite powerful.

In addition the camera is set to be a 13megapixel on rear with a matching option on front for selfies. Considering the measurement it again stand at an equal level but software support is yet to be calculated.

Finally the HTC One A9 will join up the fresh features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for enhanced performance. We will soon have a more detailed look into the looks and features of the One A9.

HTC is not the first or last in the race of copying the iPhone design to gain the market share. But what will benefit HTC with One A9 is its already loyal community which will surely welcome the new device. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.