HTC Promoting Pink One M9 For Breast Cancer Awareness Month


HTC has had an interesting year in so far in 2015. At the start of the year, there was much fanfare and speculation surrounding their latest incoming flagship, the HTC One M9. However, that quickly changed with much of the excitement turning to dissatisfaction with many HTC owners not too taken with the look and specs of the One M9. More specifically, the lack of change that the device seemed to represent and by association, the company.

This led to months of speculation about HTC in general, with the company seeing sliding shares and profits. That said, the company are hosting a new event in a couple of weeks. One which will likely be bringing the rumored HTC One A9 and one in which HTC hopes will be able to turn the tide on what has been an unfortunate year for them until now. Just ahead of that event, it looks like HTC are promoting and offering the One M9 for a limited time, in pink.


The limited time coloring of the One M9 has been made available to raise awareness of Breast Cancer. As such, HTC is offering the One M9 in either a straight pink color or in "Pink with ribbon". In terms of the price, it does not seem to matter which pink you opt for as they are both priced at $649. However, those who do purchase either color will be entitled to receive the $100 Google Play Store credit HTC has been offering previously with One M9 purchases. Not to mention, HTC are also throwing in a free pink Dot View Ice case as well. This totals a savings of $149.99 (case plus credit). If you are interested in picking up one and showing your support, then you can head over to the HTC listing through the source link below. However, you do have to be based in the U.S. to purchase and it is worth pointing out that the listing does state the pink One M9 is not available on either Sprint or Verizon. Other than that, you have until October 31st to grab a pink HTC One M9.

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John has been writing about and reviewing tech products since 2014 after making the transition from writing about and reviewing airlines. With a background in Psychology, John has a particular interest in the science and future of the industry. Besides adopting the Managing Editor role at AH John also covers much of the news surrounding audio and visual tech, including cord-cutting, the state of Pay-TV, and Android TV. Contact him at [email protected]

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