The HTC A9 is so sleek but it feels solid in your hand and not flimsy.
The aluminum housing just makes it feel tough seems way fancier than
those plastic phones.
I have had a few people mistake it for another phone model and were
quite interested on closer inspection. The HTC A9 does look to be high
quality and a great design. It really does feel awesome in your hand.
Being metal is a big deal to me, I’m pretty tough on stuff but this
device has a little weight to it and doesn’t have that cheap feel.
One key feature that everyone was talking about and I normally
wouldn’t use is the finger print scanner. I went ahead and set mine up
because of the buzz and am glad because I really enjoy it and can’t wait
to use google pay and try the one touch feature as well.
It’s on the bottom of the device where the home key would be
(it acts as a home key but isn’t a physical button).
What’s great is you don’t have to wake the device up first it senses your presence.
Also you can set up multiple fingers I thought that was weird
until I tried to unlock it with my other hand.
So I set up both of my thumbs both index fingers and my dominate
pinky for times when my hands are dirty.
I certainly don’t want to get my phone messy.
The setup was pretty simple and straightforward.
It did take a little while to load for the first time but the activation seemed fast.
I was pretty amazed that after I signed into my google account
it gave me an option to restore the apps from my previous device
which was made by a different manufacture. Sure saved a lot of time and made it easy
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