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If you can't beat 'em, copy 'em. Copy the hell out of 'em.
Whether HTC likes it or not, people will look at its new One A9 smartphone and come to the same conclusion: It looks like an iPhone 6S.
And that's just not the kind of attention you want when you're a company that desperately needs a hit product, after dropping the ball on your flagship phone.
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The One A9 isn't going to reverse the Taiwanese smartphone maker's financial woes, but it could slow down the bleeding by attracting Android fans who envy the iPhone 6S's industrial design, but could never live with iOS. Read more...
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