The 2015 flagship HTC One M9 has been unable to capture sufficient market attention to turn around HTC's waning market share. But now, the tech giant has decided to offer price cuts on the One M9, specific to the U.S. market and also discount the HTC-built Google Nexus 9 tablet.
In hindsight, the HTC One M9 has been facing a slew of problems since it was revealed it would house Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor, which has been criticized for overheating. In addition, the camera samples from the One M9 apparently did not live up to the expectations, even though, it sports a 20-megapixel rear-facing camera. HTC CEO Cher Wang reportedly acknowledged the existing problems and apologized to the shareholders for disappointing quarterly results, Phone Arena reported.
In any case, the HTC One M9 is still one of the best looking devices, complete with the much-loved aluminum unibody design. With the recent price cut, potential buyers can purchase this flagship device for $468.75, a 25 percent reduction from the original price.
The original price of the Nexus 9 tablet was $399.99. That price has been reduced by 40 percent to $239.40. Furthermore, in case, readers are interested in the uniquely designed HTC Re camera, the gadget's price has been cut in half to $99. HTC-specific accessories also have been discounted by 50 percent. The bargains can be found at the “One Day To Save Big Discount Deal” site. The deals end at 3 a.m. EDT Wednesday.