Spark on board as HTC One M9 hits NZ
- 07 April, 2015 10:51
Spark has announced today that the HTC One M9 is now available from Spark Retail Stores nationwide, and online for $46 per month interest free on the $59 Open Term Ultra Mobile plan.
As reported by Reseller News, the HTC One M9 is now available from all New Zealand carriers and major phone retailers from April 7.
The new HTC One M9 brings together updated design and engineering, embodying HTCs philosophy to simply and intuitively connect people to their passions.
Available in dual-tone Silver and Rose Gold, the HTC One M9 combines premium jewellery grade finish and imaging with 20MP main camera, UltraPixel front camera, 4K video capture and professional editing tools.
Spark General Manager, Home, Mobile and Business Jason Paris has welcomed the launch, saying, “The HTC One M9 is a clear evolution and refinement of the formula HTC have developed from the award winning One M7 and One M8.
“The distinct metal edges, uni-body metal design, sound system, and camera are a powerful combination, especially with the new HTC Sense 7 feature, which gives people the ability to customise their phone, not only for what they want to look at, but also for the apps they need, when and where they need them."
For Paris, the HTC One M9 provides people with another option at the premium end of the smartphone market.
"It’s a perfect match for the Spark network, with our ultra-fast 4G network, free Spotify premium, and Socialiser," he adds.
The device also boasts improved audio experience with Dolby Audio surround sound and the flexibility to support up to 260GB storage today, while also enabling higher capacity micro SD cards up to 2TB in the future.
”HTC pioneered all-metal unibody design on smartphones,” said Ben Hodgson, Country Manager, HTC Australia and New Zealand, at the time of launch.
“We have meticulously refined over many years, every aspect to deliver the pure luxury you see on the HTC One M9. And our customers have been clear, they want the freedom that comes with expandable storage.”