HTC One A9 to launch with iPhone like design on the September 29th

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    HTC will finally unwrap their One A9 device on the September 29th. After failing a previous launch date, we can expect HTC to eventually launch their device this time around. Nevertheless, the first set of press renders of the upcoming device made its way through.

    HTC One A9 to launch with iPhone like design on the September 29th

    In accordance to the previous leaks the HTC One A9 will feature a rather iPhonish design language, especially the back of the device. On front is a fingerprint reader on a Samsung like home button. The HTC device however won't come with the Desire branding and the Taiwanese company is supposedly trying to cater to the mid-range section with their new device.

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    Surprisingly the HTC One A9 is expected to sport a Snapdragon 617 SoC under the hood along with a 2GB of RAM. In fact it is tipped to be the very first device to come with the latest mid-range SoC from Qualcomm. On the back will be a 13MP camera, probably sourced from Sony to take care of the optics department. The selfie camera up front will be the 4MP Ultra Pixel unit as seen in the One M9. Further a 5MP Full HD AMOLED display is tipped to don the front of the device along with a 2160mAh battery under the hood.

    HTC One A9 will be available in Acid Gold, Opal Silver, Deep Garnet, Carbon Gray, Rose Gold, and Cast Iron when it goes official. Interestingly the launch date of the device clashes with the Google's Nexus launch where the search engine giant is expected to unwrap their latest Android Marshmallow. Hence expecting the HTC One A9 with Android Marshmallow won't be a bad proposition.

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