BARCELONA: HTC has been on something of streak with its smartphones over the past three years.
This started in 2013 when HTC released the first One smartphone and continued in 2014 with the One M8 follow up.
Featuring unique metal designs and top-end internal components, the One and One M8 were fantastic handsets that were a hair's breadth away from achieving V3's five-star review score.
The record set by the original One handsets meant that interest in HTC's One M9 launched at this year's MWC came close to matching the fanfare surrounding Apple and Samsung phone launches.
The HTC One M9 will arrive in the UK on 19 March. Check back with V3 later for a full review.
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