Just like we saw earlier with the Galaxy S6, the pricing models have been released for the HTC One M9 — surprisingly the same day as the S6 pricing was announced, ಠ_ಠ . HTC also included the price for an unlocked model from their website (happy dance).
Whenever there’s a press conference in which a company announces a new device, the first questions asked by the public always seem to be: “When will it be available?” and “How much will it cost?” Since we already known that the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be arriving in stores April 10th, it’s now time to find out how much Samsung will be taking from our wallets as well.
Earlier this morning HTC had a press Q&A event titled the “Uh-Oh” event in which the main focus was to discuss their new “Uh-Oh” warranty program. While HTC had detailed that in full, HTC also went into detail about all the pertinent information regarding the One M9 — such as the official US release date and possible Google Play editions.
Usually we have to wait until after a phone is released, it could be months (Moto! ಠ_ಠ) or it could be day one (Nexus praise!), but eventually it seems like the majority of Android phones (especially popular ones), get rooted. The process to achieve root though, could be daunting, that’s where Chainfire comes in.
It’s been a few years since Google first released the Chromebook Pixel, the epitome of a top tier Chromebook. It featured top of the line specs, a killer design, and a price tag to compete with top tier laptops. Although the original Chromebook Pixel could still be considered a top choice Chromebook, Google thought a refresh was in order to appease the die-hard Chromies who just can’t get enough Pixel.
If there’s one thing we can mostly all agree on, it’s that Verizon is hardly ever the first to do something; whether that’s getting a certain device, updating a phone, or offering services, they just like to take their time. Well, after 6 months, the Nexus 6 is now available (online) on Big Red, and after a few weeks, the Moto E is as well.