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Enjoy 25 percent off the One M9 with today's HTC Hot Deals

HTC is currently running its Hot Deals promotion for today only. If you're looking to purchase some new hardware, you may wish to check out these deals for some savings. The HTC One M9 is available with 25 percent off, while the Nexus 9 has 40 percent knocked off its asking price.

It's worth noting that should you pick up the One M9 during today's promotion, you'll also be eligible for $100 free Google Play credit. The Nexus 9 is bundled with an offer of 60% off Kaspersky. The company has up to 50% subtracted from accessory pricing, and finally the RE Camera can be yours for $99.

A friendly reminder that the deals end today, so be sure to check them out and see if any take to your liking.

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  • Lol hot... BS aside $486 is a great price Posted via the Android Central App
  • They could drop this phone to $300 and the Zenfone 2, Moto X Pure, and LG G4 would stil be better buys. If they really wanted to turn their financials around, they'd heavily discount this phone to sell and get an new flagship out ASAP.
  • This phone just came out. Getting a new phone out ASAP is not going to fix the problem in the long run. They made two mistake with M9 1. Use the 810
    2. Keeping the same style of the m8 Putting out another flagship with no new Processor will kill them even more. No one who knows wants anything to do with the 810. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The problem is, no one wants to buy the M9. So, yeah, they need a new device and it needs to be a win. The 810 and camera were both to blame for this device's failure.
  • So what is making a new phone ASAP going to do if the same problem exist? Posted via the Android Central App
  • That's kind of the point, isn't it? Make a new phone that doesn't have these issues? They can't sit idly by and expect the M9 to carry them financially. They need to put everyone to work designing the phone the M9 should have been and release it and promote the hell out of it. Because the M9 is not going to sell. They don't even drop it enough to entice people. You can get a GS6 for under $500 and a G4 for around $450 and HTC is still trying to sell the M9 for $600-700 most of the time. The Moto X is a much better phone for far less. HTC is a hardware company. They need to churn out new hardware to survive. They aren't like Apple. They can't just release one phone and expect it to sell well right up until the next one is released a year later. Even Samsung doesn't do that.
  • Sigh never mind. I guess you forgot where they were churning out 4 5 different flagship variants a year and that failed and they cut back because they lost money. The problem is deeper than hardware. The m7 was their great comeback. One phone one great design. It was a new look a new style that people copied. Than the m8 was good. The m9 was just a reboot. And the 820 is not out so what they gonna use. Their only option is the Exynos, which no one outside if Samsung is using. Mediatek? The 808? Slightly better same problem. But hey let history repeat itself and they churn out 4 5 different flagship variants. And you're wrong. Samsung does the S series and the Note series once a year. This year was different because guess what, sales were down. Even with 2 S6 sizes. HTC still had a mid range and low range phone. Should they follow Sony ideal and make a phone every 6 months? How that work for them? Posted via the Android Central App
  • No one said they should churn out "4 or 5 different flagship variants", but if their existing phone isn't selling, they can't exactly afford to sit around. They are losing money every quarter. They need a device that sells. You're taking my suggestion that they get a new phone on the market and turning it into "they should spam the market with as many phones as possible". You also seem to be overlooking my suggestion that they more aggressively price the M9 (permanently), if they really want it to sell. At this point, you're just arguing with yourself because you're not really disputing the points that I'm trying to make.
  • So once again back to my original statement. But whatever. You're missing the point. Nothing you said had answered my question. You saying putting out a new phone will fix it or help but it won't because there's nothing there to advance the phone technology. Then you go on to say pricing the M9 cheaper will help, maybe, but at this point people already bought their G4, S6, Note 5 or waiting for the Moto X and Nexus. As stated, again, no one wants the 810 who knows about its shortcoming. The 808 is not going to help them. In fact most 810 phones has had any great success. They have the rumored Aero that rumored to have the Mediatek x10, but already receiving negative feedback and it's not even out yet. So again, all the problems facing HTC, what is a new phone now going to do right now at this moment. They have no choice but to wait for the 820 to come, redesign their flagship and hope they don't fall into the Nokia, BlackBerry pit. Making any new phone now is pointless. While I agree with you that yes they need a new phone, yes they need to price more competitively, it's the start of Q4, holiday shopping, and fierce competition with Xiaomi, Apple, Samsung, Motorola and LG. And then you still have the Nexus. So ASAP in their current condition is futile. We'll just have to agree to disagree. No new flagship phone now is going to save them no matter what angle you look at it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I don't even think you know what your point is. It's actually kind of hilarious watching you argue with yourself.
  • Ok. Keep thinking that new phone is going to save them ASAP Posted via the Android Central App
  • Again. Thanks for attempting to put words in my mouth. I never claimed one phone would save them. But doing nothing will certainly kill them. Is this what you do? You just troll comments and then pick and choose what you think people say and reply to that? Because you're really bad at it. I think maybe you should take some reading comprehension classes ASAP. Maybe that will save you.
  • If you think I'm trolling cause I don't agree with you I feel sorry for you kiddo. But I like the attack mode you took. Explains everything. Thanks for explaining nothing. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I would agree it's marketing those two points you put their besides maybe 2 is purely a spec thing which average ppl don't or need to concern themselves with. htc needs to focus on marketing and pushing their future flagships to the forefront. If there is a future flagship... Posted From my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface pro 3
  • Their marketing has been ok. But even enticing customers with 1 yr screen protection, $100 Google play and financing options hasn't worked. Moto does less marketing and had better success than HTC. Marketing plays a big role, but a quality product speaks for itself. The S5 was a huge fail in design and no point upgrading from the S4. The m9 was the same from the m8. I mean look at Sony and their tired Z phone design. Sometimes you have to reinvent yourself. HTC did that then lost their vision. Posted via the Android Central App
  • HTC had a quality product but in the US but it's that phone in the back of the store with nary a logo to understand what it is and I would argue Motorola does more marketing because of the Droid line which is quite popular I saw a lot of Droid razr maxxs and turbos over the summer. But I definitely can agree in the m9 design. It's very tired and even with good marketing I don't think it stands out anymore. Posted From my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface pro 3
  • R.I.P. Punctuation.
  • Yelp it's time for HTC to refresh again. Get their camera on point and they might savage 2016 with the 820. If they don't get it right in 2016, I see the fall of yet another phone goliath. Nothing can help them with m9 foolishness. They should not have been so eager to push the first phone with that throttled 810 out. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Their main issue was with camera than the two you listed. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Subjective. But I understand. People hated the m8 camera and I thought it took wonderful shots. I seen more complaints from the reboot design and of course the heating of the 810 that forced them to throttle just like LG did with the Flex 2. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Dafuq? Heavily discount a phone and make even less profit per model? Let's not even take into account the licensing costs they pay per device. How exactly will that turn their financial standing around? That would require this ASAP new model to sell at an even higher than normal volume to offset the decreased profits made on the heavily discounted M9. Wow!!!! I'm going to assume that you're joking around and aren't being serious, even in the slightest. Also you forgot to add "/S" to the end of your comment. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Don't encourage. He'll think you're trolling him cause he's not understanding it's not that easy. But we'll see what happens when they release the Aero/A9 with the rumored Helio X10. Posted via the Android Central App
  • There is one thing I forgot to take into account that did make sense with his suggestion. Having unsold inventory still in the supply chain does have a negative impact on their profits. With that said, it would make sense to clear out as much inventory as possible via fire sale IF it would still be profitable. I'm not sure if that was the intent of his/her original suggestion. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I don't disagree with that at all. I just don't think the impact will make people want. HTC still left a bad taste in my mouth with the One X and One X+ and completely abandoning the One X. I did end up buying the M8 but ended up selling it for the Z2. That won't be the case with the Aero, but they don't need to go back to that Sony style of phone updates. I hope they find the strategy, and design they need to make another great M7 Posted via the Android Central App
  • I definitely agree. The M7 was a classic. They definitely need to create something with the same amount of urgency and passion as they did with the M7. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Wow, this N9 couldn't be hotter deal. via AC App on
    VZW Moto X DE/N7
  • My wife needed a new phone, if the m9 was listed at 300 to 325 sale price with the Google play credit I would have got it for her but at the current sale price it is still more then we would spend for a phone for her. She doesn't need top of the line specs. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Gah, I wouldn't buy it even at that price. The problem is that even the midrangers are more compelling than the M9. The Moto X Pure seems to be the better buy at this point. I mean, seriously. SD810 that throttles like heck, a camera with ridiculous post-processing software....
  • To be completely honest with you the moto g 2015 is my favorite phone of the year. I used one briefly yesterday the software is crazy fast and faster than any flagship besides the nexus 6 not even playing, screens OK though. Posted From my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface pro 3
  • I don't disagree. The Moto G 2015 has crazy bang-for-your-buck. And its camera is actually pretty freakin' good for a sub-$200 phone.
  • I wanted to give this phone a try as my spare. But I couldn't pull the trigger as it was too overpriced. The camera doesn't matter to me as much as some, but it lacked a wow feature. Personally, design wise I like it better than the M8. Posted approved via Moto Maxx
  • It was better in the fact that the m8 was hard to hold. Posted From my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface pro 3
  • If the m9 would have improved on the faults of the m8 without taking anything away, It would have been a winner. The M9 screen is worse and it doesn't perform better than the m8 even though it has upgraded specs. I was very disappointed in the M9. It didn't really improve on anything. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah my sister had the M9 through a Best buy exchange deal. She exchanged it for an S5 a week later. The screen looks pitiful next to my Note 4. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah, new flagship is not gonna happen till the HTC O2 in 2016. What's hilarious is that Apple releases a new phone that is identical to the last year's model (processor bump and camera are the only significant upgrades), and nobody will complain because it's Apple. Faster processor with a smaller battery? Yeah... that always works. At least they will be able to use last year's cases. The 810 was a rushed response to get a 64 bit chip in place, and HTC's other options at the time were zero. Ironically, HTC got it to run cooler than the S6, faster than the Moto X Pure, with better battery life than the iPhone 6. And HTC got crucified. If Apple did the same thing, people would be falling on their faces and sacrificing their children. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Apple improves performance (most times) with each iteration. That's really all HTC had to do. They failed. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Apple had a 25% performance improvement from the 5s to the 6.
    HTC had a 36% performance improvement from the M8 to the M9.
    Don't hate the messenger! Just posting the numbers ;) If you take a look at the new 6S, you will find:
    1. No changes in design or size.
    2. The same dismal battery life.
    3. The same ports.
    4. Live photos which are a modified version of HTC's Zoe and other software by MS and Nokia.
    5. Force Touch which is of questionable usefulness and slower than regular touch. But Apple will convince most people that you cannot have your next child without it. Interestingly, some Apple reviewers arrogantly stated that other phones with force touch that came out first did not count because a thing does not matter until Apple does it.
  • The "S" version of the iPhone didn't really come with drawbacks. It was a straight upgrade from the "non-S" version. The One M9 was basically a slight regression. The only real upgrade was the camera, and that even paled in comparison to an iPHONE SIX. They could have attempted to see if they could cool the 810 without significant throttling, but they had to peg it back to SD801 levels, and sometimes even lower than that. Also, the One M8 did deliver good battery life on what looked like a small-ish 2600mAh battery. The M9 couldn't.
  • The M9 has a multi-core score of 4149
    The M8 has a multi-core score of 3024
    The iPhone 6 has a multi-core score of 2907
    The changes from the M8 to the M9 were faster processor, better GPU, enhanced SD storage, more memory, Dolby Surround sound, and an end to the slippery finish on the M8.
    The regressions (in my opinion) were the weird power button placement, the color temperature of the display (since fixed), the loss of the machined chamfered edge around the body (ok, that one was personal, lol), and a larger battery that did not last as long as the M8. To be fair, the M8 battery life is excellent and was a hard act to follow, and the M9 still lasts longer than than a lot of the current flagship phones out there, including the iPhone 6. I own an iPhone 6 (got it last month), and if I had to make a choice, I'd pick the M9.
  • I love my M9. Don't understand the hate, if you don't have an M8 already, the M9 is an awesome handset. The camera rocks if you know how to use it, and as sad as it is something to hail still has an SD card slot! The speakers sound beautiful to boot! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Going out of business! Everything must go! Posted via NOTE 5