Apr 18, 2017 02:33 AM EDT
HTC is making its top gadgets more affordable in the United States, offering the HTC 10, HTC U Ultra, HTC Bolt and HTC One A9 at convincing rebates. Samsung might govern the smartphone market on the Android front, yet HTC never surrendered and continues trying to make a comeback.
The recent rebates could outstandingly support HTC smartphone sales, as HTC US is offering select handsets at up to $300 off as a component of a "Spring is Sprung" promotion. The reduced price is a part of a limited time sale set to expire on April 23.
The biggest discount of $300 applies to the HTC One A9, which is presently more affordable at all times. The handset did not cost a fortune in the first place, but rather it's presently accessible at just $199. The latest HTC U Ultra, in the meantime, gets a more moderate discount of $150, which is still a great deal.
After the reduce price, the HTC U Ultra now costs $599 in the United States, directly from HTC. The HTC 10 gets a $200 reduce price, accessible now at $499. It's not the most recent HTC flagship any longer, but rather it sports a smooth plan despite everything it packs a punch. Ultimately, the HTC Bolt gets a rebate of $150, bringing the cost down to $450. At that cost, clients will also get an original clear case packaged with the smartphone.
The HTC U Ultra is the latest and most powerful smartphone among these discounted handsets, and it's the company's recent flagship smartphone. The HTC U Ultra didn't generally get the raving reviews the company was expecting, however, it's a powerful smartphone regardless and it's as smooth as it is huge.
As an update, the HTC U Ultra made its introduction or debut early this year rocking a 5.7-inch display with a QHD resolution(2,560 x 1,440 pixels), a 64-bit Snapdragon 821 processor and 4 GB of RAM, among the highlights. Keep in mind that this limited time special offer is just great until April 23, which implies that interested clients have just less than seven days to get their preferred HTC smartphone at a significantly discounted cost.