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    • HTC One® M9
      HTC One® M9
    • HTC One® M9
    • HTC One® M9
    • HTC One® M9
    • HTC One® M9

    HTC One® M9

    The new HTC One. LET THEM STARE.

    • Enjoy hassle-free premium care for your phone with HTC UH OH Protection at no extra charge
    • Show off brilliant design with a dual-tone all-metal body
    • Capture the moment in spectacular detail with a 20 MP camera equipped with a sapphire glass lens cover
    • Breathe fire into your music with HTC BoomSound featuring Dolby Audiosurround and FM radio (requires headphones)

    full retail price

    full retail price
    + $15.00
    SIM Starter Kit

    Includes your T-Mobile SIM card, which allows you to access T-Mobile’s network. Also features tips on how to make the most of your mobile experience and a coupon for 20% off accessory.

    This size/color is
    Out of stock
    • Because life happens

      Because life happens

      Cracked screen? Water damage? With UH OH™ Protection—included on the new HTC One—you’ll get a phone replacement at no extra charge, if it happens within the first 12 months of ownership*. Don’t need a replacement? You’ll still get $100 toward the purchase of your next HTC One.

    One® M9 - Gunmetal The new HTC One. LET THEM STARE. Enjoy hassle-free premium care for your phone with HTC UH OH Protection at no extra charge Show off brilliant design with a dual-tone all-metal body Capture the moment in spectacular detail with a 20 MP camera equipped with a sapphire glass lens cover Breathe fire into your music with HTC BoomSoundfeaturing Dolby Audiosurround and FM radio requires headphones New device purchase requires a SIM Starter Kit which will be added to your order automatically.
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    • 5" 
    • 1920 x 1080 pixels
    • 5" 
    • 1920 x 1080 pixels
    Size and Weight
    • 5.69 x 2.74 x 0.37 inches
    • 5.64 ounces
    HTC One® M9
    Operating System and Processor
    • Android 5.0 Lollipop
    Battery Life
    • Up to 20 hours talk time
    • Up to 13.6 days standby time
    Camera, Photos and Video
    • 20MP Camera with Sapphire Glass Lens
    • 3GB RAM, 32GB Built-in Memory and Up to 128GB Expandable Memory
    • 3GB RAM, 32GB Built-in Memory and Up to 128GB Expandable Memory
    • Sync methods: WiFi 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n, UMTS/HSPA+ 42Mbps
    • 4G Capable
    • 4G LTE Capable
    • Wi-Fi and Mobile Calling
    Audio and Multimedia
    • T-Mobile TV
    GPS and Apps
    • GPS enabled
    • Quad Band GSM; LTE: 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, 17; UMTS: Band I (2100), Band II (1900), Band IV (1700/2100), Band V (850)
    Hearing Aid Compatibility
    • M3 & T4
    WEA Capable? 
    • Yes
    Mobile Pay
    • Compatible with Android Pay
    In The Box
    • One® M9
    • Battery
    • Charger
    • USB Cable
    • Start Guide
    Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 99 reviewers.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Some problems The power button right beside volume is a huge problem it gets in the way all the time.HTC FIX THIS November 18, 2015
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Slow in most regards Camera takes awhile to load with harsh glare from light and limited battery and I've had a few times that system updates have auto started for an hr + without use of my phone at all November 8, 2015
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid phone To start with I wish I had just kept my M8 and wait for the M10 upgrade. This phone is SOLID and with a cheap Spigen case awesome. With the case the phone is heavy though, you really know you have something, not light. I recently shopped Samsung and I Phone and I think they cannot touch the build of the HTC and with HTC's Ut-Oh program hard to beat. I get great call quality and very good battery life. I mostly use this phone as just a plain old phone, e-mail, Facebook but like new gadgets so look forward to see what HTC comes up with their next flagship phone. I hope they offer a larger model with nonbreak glass, fingerprint scan, a better camera. And it would be GREAT if they had a turn your phone in for a reduced monthly rate like Samsung has. I have also had zero dropped calls. November 7, 2015
    Rated 3 out of 5 by A Downgrade from the M8 I've been using the HTC One (M8) since it came out, and since the battery inflated (causing my screen to pop out of place), I decided to upgrade to the M9. I bought this phone in Oct.15 and on Nov.6, I asked for a refund. I'm reviewing this phone in comparison to the previous model (The M8) With the M8, I could be heavily using it (Videos, Apps, Music) for 8-12 straight hours and the battery would finally hit the evil 15% and go into "power saver mode". Since I bought the M9, I've put it under the same situations and sorry to say...It severely disappoints. The battery, not only does it drain in 2-3 hours, but the phone heats up in a few minutes after I open up an app like facebook and if I start to watch videos, the phone instantly heats up, enough to make me worry. The camera, i cant really tell the difference (I'm not an expert on camera's) the M9 looks just like the M8, in my opinion, it's just annoying that the M9's camera pops out in the back a little, the M8's was more inside the phone, making the back part of the phone smoother, the M9 makes it feel like it just pops out of the phone and it feels weird when I put the phone down in a flat area. The speakers felt like such a HUGE disappointment, long story short....The M8's speakers were a lot louder/clearer-sounding than the M9's. Lastly, the M9 has the power button on the right side of the phone, just under the volume buttons, I personally feel like that was a downgrade, since every time I pick up the phone to do something, I keep accidentally hitting the power button...I actually liked how the M8 had it on the top of the phone. November 6, 2015
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Not a worthwhile upgrade It isn't just that this phone isn't better than its competition. It's that the phone isn't better than the M8 it's replacing. I consistently have problems with this phone overheating, slowing down to a halt, freezing up in simple apps, and just generally being slower than a Nexus 6, Nexus 5, and M8. I looked around, and this is definitely not an isolated problem. There's some cute features built into Sense, but using the phone day to day just isn't a good experience. With as laggy and slow as this phone is, even something as simple as sending a text message can be a problem because it makes the keyboard difficult to use. Since this is something that a warranty replacement won't solve, you're pretty much stuck with it until your next JUMP cycle. The Pros? The finish of the phone is nice at least. October 13, 2015
    Rated 5 out of 5 by This product was a life saver. This product saved my life. My old phone would shut off at the most weird times, the battery life was poo. i love thephone this is my first HTC phone and people told me not to get one but i love it. I haven't had any issues with the device yet.. i love the camera and it holds all my music. it is a very easy phone to manage i cant wait till the software upgrade November 1, 2015
    Rated 1 out of 5 by Such an HTC disappointment. For an avid fan of HTC products, I was let down. The hype and raving recommendations given to me about the phone led me to believe I was gaining a technological miracle, not disaster. Being a long time buyer of the M- Series HTC phones, I expected at the very least the same functionality as the M-8 with an increase in speed, battery life, and overall quality. The picture capturing capabilities are about the only thing remarkable about this phone, yet even those were not as good as the last in the series, the M-8. Speakers were great for the first few months, but slowly I could tell they degraded quickly, the processing speed was unfathomably lag- ridden, and battery life absolutely worst. The battery life of this phone is so atrocious they should recall this phone, I turn on anything and a second later I'm 5% lower. Once, I charged my phone to 100% just to see how long it would take to reach 99%, and I counted, no joke, THREE seconds before it went down to 97% with no location services on, battery saver activated, and airplane mode on. Appalling. I would not recommend you commit to this phone without using the first week of ownership as a test, any issues that happen won't go away like you may be persuaded, they will last and only get worse until you are no longer covered by the return policy. Stick with your gut in that situation, and switch to a different phone. Such a shame. October 15, 2015
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Won't buy again Previously owned the m8 and loved it, found no flaw in it. Unfortunately it was stolen and decided to wait until the m9 was released. I pre ordered and received days before it was sold in stores. I have only had one problem since I got it and it's that I sometimes won't receive text messages randomly.sometimes I even get new text messages merged with messages I should have received weeks ago. Thought this could be network related but found out my device was faulty after a test in a retail store. Got phone replaced and same problem occurred. I'm now waiting on my next replacement. I love this phone. It's fast, responsive,good camera,good voice quality, okay battery life,and it won't freeze when I have all apps running and I'm switching around them. It does heat up but it's expected after the use I have. I will be changing phones and hopefully it's just HTC, if not I'll have to change providers because problem isn't fixed and I'm paying for these replacements. I really wanted to love it like the m8 I had. Should've gotten the iPhone 6 for the same price. August 28, 2015
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