|Battery||2840 mAh LiPolymer|
Talk: 21.7 hours max.
Standby: 402 hours max.
|Bluetooth||Supported Profiles: HSP 1.2, HFP 1.6, OPP, PBA, A2DP 1.2, AVRC 1.3, HID, PAN, SAP 1.1, MAP |
version 4.1 with aptX
|Camera||Resolution: 20+ megapixel |
dual LED flash, auto-focus, BSI sensor, f/2.2 lens, sapphire lens / panorama, HDR, night mode, smile detection, supports RAW output with downloadable add-on software
|Data||Technology: LTE (Cat 9)|
|Dimensions||5.69 x 2.74 x 0.38 in 145 x 70 x 9.6 mm|
|Display||5 in diagonal, 16:9|
Full HD 1080 x 1920 pixels
441 ppi approx.
Type: LCD (TFT/TFD)
Super LCD 3
|FCC IDs||NM80PJA300 approved Mar 3, 2015|
NM80PJA200 approved Mar 3, 2015
|Fast Charging||Standard: Quick Charge 2.0|
|Front/Selfie Camera||Resolution: 4-megapixel |
|Headphone Jack (3.5mm)||Yes|
|Hearing Aid Compatible||Rating: M4, T4 (very tele-coil compatible)|
|Language Options||Languages Supported: (most)|
|Memory Card Slot||Card Type: microSD |
up to 128 GB
|Modes||LTE 2 / 4 / 5 / 13|
WCDMA 1 / 2 / 5 / 8
CDMA 850 / 1900
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 LTE 4G
band 2 / 1900 MHz PCS (Americas)
band 4 / 1700 MHz AWS (Americas)
band 5 / 850 MHz Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 13 / 750 MHz Upper 700 (USA (Verizon))
WCDMA 3G / 4G
band 1 (I) / 2100 MHz IMT (Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, Brazil, India, Israel)
band 2 (II) / 1900 MHz PCS (Americas)
band 5 (V) / 850 MHz Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 8 (VIII) / 900 MHz (Europe, Asia, Africa)
CDMA 2G / 3G
850 MHz / band 5 / BC0 Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
1900 MHz / band 2 / BC1 PCS (Americas)
850 MHz / band 5 Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
900 MHz / band 8 (Europe, Asia, Africa)
1800 MHz / band 3 DCS (Europe, Asia, Africa)
1900 MHz / band 2 PCS (Americas)
Verizon bands shown
|OS / Platform||Android version 5.0|
|Processor||2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994|
3 GB RAM
|SIM card size||Nano 4FF|
|Side Keys||volume, lock on right|
|Stereo Speakers||BoomSound / Dolby surround effect|
|Storage/Internal Memory||32 GB raw hardware|
19 GB available to user
Expandable via memory card
|TV Output||MHL 3.0|
|Touch Screen||Type: Capacitive|
|Video Capture||Resolution: 4K UHD |
|Waterproof/Water Resistance||Rating: IPX3 (falling spray)|
|Weight||5.54 oz 157 g|
|Wi-Fi||Version(s): 802.11 a,ac,b,g,n|
The HTC One M9 (CDMA) has been rated 3.9 out of 5 stars by users.
Carrier: Verizon Wireless
Been using the M9 since it was pretty much released earlier this year. I previously used LG's G3 which I really liked. Before that I had used the M7 and was really excited to get the M9 but have been disappointed with the phone.
I feel like I went back in time 2 years and am back with my M7. I really expected the camera to be much better, the display isn't the greatest and battery life well that hasn't changed much either. I do like the overall build quality of the phone but compared to Samsung's S6 and LG's G4, I would put the M9 at the bottom of the rankings.
The HTC One M9 reminds me of the HTC One M8 in many ways. This is partly due to the fact that not much has actually changed. Some of that is good - for example, the speakers sound the same, the screen is the same, the body is still aluminum, the phone still looks great, and it's still a very speedy phone.
However, many of the faults from the M8 carried over as well. The camera is still mediocre even though they went from a 4mp sensor to a 20mp sensor. There is still no fingerprint scanner. There is still no wireless charging. And while the shape of the phone has changed slightly to make the grip better, the sharp edges on the front are uncomfortable against your face while on a call. Battery life is still mediocre. The ugly bezel is still there, albeit it's reduced a bit.
Overall I am happy with this phone, although I would have been just has happy sticking with my old M8. It is clear HTC went with only an iterative design change from the M8, which did not help their sales since they failed to fix the main faults of the M8. Hopefully the M10 or whatever replaces the M9 can correct the issues (mainly the camera) and turn things around for HTC.
I have had HTC One phones since the first ONE M7 and while I do miss the Beats Audio for the bass the audio is loud and still has clear as it was on the M8. I like the interface a lot it not to much like the Samsung phones and the themes thats built in make it more use and easy to switch. The 3 finger swipe to connect to bluetooth, DLNA and miracast is a great feature. I don;t have problem with singal Iget it everywhere I live. But the calls do drop and data was going out some be that wa happen with all phone in my area from the updating the towers.
I still love the sense ui versus the samsung touchwiz. The hardware allows a great amount of downloading, from music to videos ( even on the SPRINT network in the Tulsa area).
better battery life
no fingerprint reader
(I hear the plus model will have it)
if that was a deal breaker I would have bought the Samsung S6