Written by Staff Writer
13 Aug, 2015 | 8:26 am
The HTC One M9+ which was the released with a fingerprint scanner in May has been taken off the shelves from several retail stores in Netherlands.
Popular retailer Phone House sent out a statement to its offices requesting to withdraw the device from sale immediately until further notice. Although the exact reason behind the move isn’t yet known, it is being said that the handset is experiencing issues with 4G LTE connectivity in the country.
Meanwhile, the Taiwanese company has come out with the following statement (translated): “HTC puts the quality of its products and providing an optimal user experience first. In that context, we are currently investigating the HTC One M9 +. This device we have to pick that reason temporarily, from the sales. Once more is known, we will let you know. Thanks in advance for your understanding and patience.”
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