An HTC One M9 online retail listing shows that the flagship device will be available before the end of this month. The retail giant B&H listed the smartphone with March 25 launch date and $649 price tag. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S6 which will launch on April,1st.
The launch date and the price tag were quickly removed from the listing by the retailer, so we might indeed have seen the actual launch date of HTC One M9. B&H has a stellar track record as a retailer, so there is little reason to doubt its listing.
Google Nexus Player, made by Asus, is now available on retailers outside the Google Play store. Retailers inside the U.S. includes Amazon, Bets Buy, eBay and Newegg have it in-stock already.
Nexus Player runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box. Newegg and Amazon are the only ones to offer the Nexus Player online. Best Buy has the device available only as an in-store pickup.
Pricing of the Nexus Player has remained the same. The gadget costs $99.99, with the optional gaming controller commanding an extra $39.99 so the total is $139.98.