HTC US Discounts HTC U Ultra, HTC 10, HTC Bolt & HTC One A9

Those of you who are interested in getting the HTC U Ultra will be glad to hear that the phone is now more affordable than ever. HTC has decided to shave off $150 from the HTC U Ultra’s price in the US, and the phone now costs $599 through the company’s official website. This promo applies to US customers only, and is available starting today. You can take advantage of this offer until April 23, says the company.

Now, the HTC U Ultra is not the only smartphone that is now more affordable through HTC US’ website, the company has also decided to discount some other device as part of their ‘Spring Is Sprung’ promotion. The HTC 10 is now $200 more affordable, and costs $499 in the US, which is a pretty sweet deal for those of you who have been thinking of purchasing HTC’s last year flagship, as it’s still more than powerful enough. If you opt to purchase the HTC Bolt, you can take advantage of a $150 discount, while you’ll also get an original clear case with the device, and the phone will set you back $450. Now, the HTC One A9 is also quite a bit more affordable than usual, as HTC decided to discount this phone by $300, the device now costs only $199 for those of you who live in the States. This is a really huge promotion by the company, and if you’ve been looking to purchase one of the company’s smartphones, this might be the best time to get one, as these are pretty serious discounts that HTC is offering.

Now, the HTC U Ultra is the most powerful smartphone on this list, and is HTC’s current flagship. This phablet was announced back in January with a 5.7-inch QHD display, 4GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 821 64-bit quad-core SoC. The HTC U Ultra comes with a secondary display as well, and that display measures 2.05 inches. This smartphone is rather huge, and it did not get the best reviews, but it’s still quite powerful and the latest and greatest you can get from the company. The HTC 10 is also quite a compelling handset, it sports a 5.2-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, 4GB of RAM and 32GB / 64GB of expandable storage. The phone is fueled by the Snapdragon 820 processor, and it comes with a 12-megapixel OIS snapper on the back.

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