HTC packs Android Marshmallow into an iPhone clone

HTC’s new One A9 features Google’s brand-new mobile operating system and a design that will be very familiar to Apple fans.



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HTC packs Android Marshmallow into an iPhone clone with the One A9 (hands-on)
HTC’s new One A9 features Google’s brand-new mobile operating system and a design that will be very familiar to Apple fans…but it has a really good unlocked price, at least in the US. READ MORE »
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