Review: Updated: HTC One M9

Introduction, design and screen The HTC One M9 is a phone built on precision. It’s a brand realising it made a pretty much perfect phone with the One M8 and doubling down on its greatest strength to try and win over more customers. It’s dropped the maligned 4MP Ultrapixel sensor, bumping it up to a huge 20.7MP option in a bid to attract those that feel safer buying a phone with higher numbers on the spec sheet. And it’s tied off the experience with a huge boost in the engine room and teamed up with Dolby to refine its already powerful BoomSound experience. Even the battery capacity is improved, something HTC has struggled with in the past – now it’s beating Samsung’s Galaxy S6. So has the Taiwanese brand managed to do the almost impossible and create yet another perfect device? It’s certainly charging for it: the One M9 isn’t cheap. In the UK it’s got an RRP of £580 SIM free for the handset, with a good £10 per month extra on contract. US pricing has it at $649 without subsidy …
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