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HTC One A9 more pricey in the UK than in the USA
11-10-2016, 10:51 PM
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HTC One A9 more pricey in the UK than in the USA
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We have some bad news for all UK customers, that want to buy the newest HTC model called A9.

As it turns out the phone is more pricey that anyone has assumed and it will really put your wallt to the test.

The first information we received about the price, mentioned that the One A9 model will available for 429.99 pounds. As it turns out it is not even the cheapest available option, this one costs 20 pounds more.

However if you still wish to buy the phone, you can do get it from Expansys for £479.99, at Carphone Warehouse for £469.99, or at Unlocked Mobiles for £449.99.

the first two options offer a 2GB RAM version with 16 GB of internal memory, the third one claims it will also have a 3GB version with 32GB of internatl memory.

Officialy only the 16GB version was said to arrive in the UK.

All copmanies offer the same variety of colours, which include grey and silver.

If you don't mind having a contract from a network supplier you can buy the device from Carphone Warehouse has you covered. You can get the phone for free with plans starting at £31.99 per month. That cheapest option is from EE, giving you 1,000 UK minutes, unlimited UK texts, and 1GB of data each month. At the other end, a £39 per month Vodafone subscription brings you unlimited minutes, unlimited texts, as well as 6GB of data, and obviously there are more middle options to choose.

When it comes to shipping the device should arrive on November 1 if you want a network free version and November 6 when you want to use the Carphone Warehouse option.

We also would like to remind what you will receive when you obtain the HTC One A9 version.

The HTC flagship comes with a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED touchscreen, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 SoC, a 13 MP rear camera with dual-LED flash, a 4 MP front snapper, and a 2,150 mAh battery. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

It is a great choice for someone looking for a great new device that doesn't exactly look like the rest of available smartphones.
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