HTC teased the unveiling of a tantalising surprise for christmas on it’s Facebook page. Many people thought this would be the announcement of the latest in the HTC flasgship lineup: the HTC One A9. However, much to the disappointment of many HTC fans, it seems like that must wait for another day.
In a subsequent post to the tease, the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer has since announced a number of offers for their devices from December 1 2015 to January 3rd 2016. These include discounts on their current devices as well as a good array of freebies with your purchase.
Here’s a rundown of what the offers are:
- HTC One M9+ for RM2,299 with free gifts worth RM288 which include a HTC Dot View case worth RM189 and a 10,000mAh Powerbank worth RM99.
- HTC One E9+ for RM1,899 with free gifts worth RM178 which include a 32GB SanDisk MicroSD card and a 10,000mAh Powerbank worth RM99.
- HTC One (M8 EYE) for RM 1,300 with free gifts worth RM158 which include a 32GB SanDisk MicroSD card and a universal travel adapter worth RM79.
- HTC Desire 820s dual sim for RM999 with free gifts worth RM118 which include a 16GB SanDisk MicroSD card and a universal travel adapter worth RM79.
- HTC Desire 620G dual sim for RM649 with free gifts worth RM118 which include a 16GB SanDisk MicroSD card and a universal travel adapter worth RM79.
- HTC Desire 526G Dual sim for RM499.
All of the devices will entitle the buyer to a Christmas wish lucky dip at participating HTC concept stores. What exactly is this lucky dip? Well, it is essentially HTC’s version of a lucky draw which will give customers a chance at winning:
- Logitech UE BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker worth RM799
- JBL Sychros E50BT Bluetooth Headsets worth RM799
- Shopping vouchers worth RM100 and RM50
- HTC Limited Edition Golf Umbrella
- HTC Limited Edition Notebook
A search in the SIRIM shows that the HTC One E9 has been registered in Malaysia. It looks like according to the sale, the model registered is in fact the E9+.
While we haven’t heard much on the HTC One A9, we won’t be surprised to see the device launched in Malaysia in the early part of the coming year, possibly in time for Chinese New Year.
Keep an eye for our coverage.