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Refurbished HTC One M9 32gb Unlocked. £179.99 delivered from Music Magpie

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Dual-tone all-metal body features mirrored edges that are ergonomically tapered to effortlessly fit your grip. Its unibody back is curved to achieve the streamlined look and feel of the iconic HTC One… Read More
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Dual-tone all-metal body features mirrored edges that are ergonomically tapered to effortlessly fit your grip. Its unibody back is curved to achieve the streamlined look and feel of the iconic HTC One series smartphones.

The HTC One M9 features more customisable options than ever. With the built-in HTC Themes app, you can change the look and feel of your phone using your favourite photo or even online image. Control everything from the shape and size of your icons, ring tone and even wallpaper of your phone.

20MP main camera with an HTC UltraPixel™ front camera provides photo and imaging control like never before. HTC Eye™ Experience software allows you to create Split C
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#1
been looking for a quality android handset in the £200 region and this stood out.
#2
don't fancy the 0mp camera :D
#3
ok point taken :D
#4
Condition description does not sound like it actually is in a good condition:/
#5
basergorkobal
Condition description does not sound like it actually is in a good condition:/

"Moderate signs of wear and tear" will be very minimial more often than not, if anything at all.
3 Likes #6
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was
#7
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


in what way ?

it seems like a decent spec under the hood
#8
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


m7 best phone ive ever owned-most natural colours on a screen seen.
#9
HankHandsome
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


in what way ?

it seems like a decent spec under the hood


Camera was very poor. Wasn't very nice in the hand, though that's obviously subjective. Thought the screen wasn't great either. Think there's better prospects out there for this sort of money
#10
yarkiebrown
HankHandsome
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was
in what way ?
it seems like a decent spec under the hood
Camera was very poor. Wasn't very nice in the hand, though that's obviously subjective. Thought the screen wasn't great either. Think there's better prospects out there for this sort of money

yeah i've been looking at the wileyfox swift 2 plus, but the one thing that's making me hesitate with that is the fact that cyanogen is dead.
#11
yarkiebrown
HankHandsome
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


in what way ?

it seems like a decent spec under the hood


Camera was very poor. Wasn't very nice in the hand, though that's obviously subjective. Thought the screen wasn't great either. Think there's better prospects out there for this sort of money


I thought this was a great handset. Lovely screen, nicely made and the UI is well designed as per HTC's excellent form. Also the last of the really good Boomsound speakers. Camera wasn't amazing but within a £179 budget I wouldn't expect anything else out there to be better.

Are you an AMOLED fan? HTC always make really nice IPS displays so I'm not sure why you would choose to criticise it.
2 Likes #12
I think it's well known that the m9 was the Inbetween phone that really should never have been. M8 was well reviewed and a great phone and HTC 10 the next big jump. The 9 didn't add anything that the 8 wasn't good at and didn't come close to the 10's specs.
#13
misterleoni
yarkiebrown
HankHandsome
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


in what way ?

it seems like a decent spec under the hood


Camera was very poor. Wasn't very nice in the hand, though that's obviously subjective. Thought the screen wasn't great either. Think there's better prospects out there for this sort of money


I thought this was a great handset. Lovely screen, nicely made and the UI is well designed as per HTC's excellent form. Also the last of the really good Boomsound speakers. Camera wasn't amazing but within a £179 budget I wouldn't expect anything else out there to be better.

Are you an AMOLED fan? HTC always make really nice IPS displays so I'm not sure why you would choose to criticise it.


Don't get me wrong, it's not a crap phone, just didn't rate it myself. Regarding the screen, colour wise no issue, maybe it was the resolution, everything seemed quite big withing the space. I just didn't enjoy using it.
At this price I certainly wouldn't recommend one.
#14
yarkiebrown
misterleoni
yarkiebrown
HankHandsome
yarkiebrown
Probably the most disappointing phone I've ever owned. Fan of the m7 but this wasn't as good as that was


in what way ?

it seems like a decent spec under the hood


Camera was very poor. Wasn't very nice in the hand, though that's obviously subjective. Thought the screen wasn't great either. Think there's better prospects out there for this sort of money


I thought this was a great handset. Lovely screen, nicely made and the UI is well designed as per HTC's excellent form. Also the last of the really good Boomsound speakers. Camera wasn't amazing but within a £179 budget I wouldn't expect anything else out there to be better.

Are you an AMOLED fan? HTC always make really nice IPS displays so I'm not sure why you would choose to criticise it.


Don't get me wrong, it's not a crap phone, just didn't rate it myself. Regarding the screen, colour wise no issue, maybe it was the resolution, everything seemed quite big withing the space. I just didn't enjoy using it.
At this price I certainly wouldn't recommend one.


At what price would you recommend one?
#15
There are new phones under 150 I would recommend over this. I certainly wouldn't pay more than that for a second hand one. If this was available for a slightly over 100 I might recommend it
#16
Just found out that the Wileyfox line are getting Android 7 pushed to them over the default Cyanogen OS which makes them a lot more desirable at the price they are.
1 Like #17
HankHandsome
Just found out that the Wileyfox line are getting Android 7 pushed to them over the default Cyanogen OS which makes them a lot more desirable at the price they are.
Way too underpowered the Swift 2 X costs over £200 yet comes with a snapdragon 430!!.

The only phones to getting this price range is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 or Lenovo P2
#18
jayd95
HankHandsome
Just found out that the Wileyfox line are getting Android 7 pushed to them over the default Cyanogen OS which makes them a lot more desirable at the price they are.
Way too underpowered the Swift 2 X costs over £200 yet comes with a snapdragon 430!!.
The only phones to getting this price range is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 or Lenovo P2

i'm not really a fan of extra large handsets. the 6s is 4.7 inches and both of those are 5.5 which is too big
1 Like #19
Go for the M8 over the M9 at a better condition too (If you absolutely must have a HTC handset @ under £200) Very good M8 vs Good M9 condition. Then maybe flash a rom to put it in Nougat.

£123.99 - V Good
http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/htc-one-m8-16gb-silver-unlocked-989bd815-f50c-4578-9e01-4fe415469194

If stock runs out good condition has more stock - £121.99:
http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/htc-one-m8-grey-grey-unlocked
#20
I'm not particularly bothered about the brand of the handset. I'm looking more towards something that's got a decent enough hardware specification that it'll still be able to function without issue in a few years time and still run the majority of stuff on the play store, obviously barring any unforseen issues.
#21
I've owned the M9 for over 2 years with heavy usage and it stand up well to the abuse. Battery life isn't brilliant, camera is fine but it's still lightening fast (now with Nougat) and the audio quality from headphones is decent.

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