An evolutionary design
HTC revealed its next flagship, the HTC One M9, at Mobile World Congress on Sunday. Take a close look: If you’re not…
The Qualcomm chipset inside HTC’s newest handsets supports quick charging and HTC plans to take advantage of that with a 15 Watt accessory. It might have helped HTC One M8 sales if HTC debuted the charger months ago but it’s coming soon.
The plastic version of HTC’s One M8 was thought to be unlikely to make its way over to the United States, but according to Sprint’s official YouTube channel, the carrier will be carrying the TD-LTE capable phone.
The HTC E8 is a plastic version of HTC’s flagship targeted at Asian markets and it goes on sale later this month.
HTC announced the HTC One Mini 2, which is a smaller version of the flagship HTC One M8, but it lacks its big brother’s unique camera.
Mini versions of flagship phones never seem to be the same phone in a smaller size. Take the HTC One Mini 2, for example: It won’t have the second camera sensor found on the back of the HTC One M8.
That was quick: Google is already taking Play Store orders for the HTC One M8 Play Edition. It will cost $699 unlocked and you won’t have it for two to three weeks, but if you want pure Android on HTC’s hardware, this is it.
The HTC One made another appearance before its official launch; this time with a complete spec sheet and sales guide. Jawbone added Android support for its UP24 wearable while Google is planning to release an Android SDK for wearable devices.
This 12-minute video provides a seemingly legit first look at the new HTC One.
Based on a leaked press image, it appears the next HTC One will indeed have a pair of rear cameras and dual-LED flash. One could be for low-light pictures while the other would be used for more general purposes.
HTC’s new program promises the latest Android updates, free Google Drive storage and one-time screen replacement for its One line of smartphones.
HTC told Reuters it needs to refocus on the mid-range market ahead of a disappointing Q4 earnings announcement.
A leaked screenshot might provide a first glimpse at HTC’s forthcoming Sense 6.0 software.
HTC didn’t have a great 2013, but the company hopes that a follow-up to the HTC One and a wearable device will reverse its trajectory this year.
The company announced that its KitKat update for the HTC One is with carriers for testing and expects certification next week.
Want to know why it’s taking so long for KitKat to come to your phone? HTC has made an infographic that sheds light on the update process, and it isn’t as simple as you think.
What does a smartphone covered in gold feel like? I got a chance to find out.
A court filing published today suggests the successor to the HTC One could arrive “as early as February 2014.”
If you’ve got a Google Play edition of the HTC One, you should be seeing an update to Android 4.4 KitKat coming your way shortly.
HTC today announced a new gold variant of the HTC One. Unlike the 18-carat version introduced last month, this phone is merely gold-colored.
HTC has revealed that Android 4.4 KitKat should hit all One phones in the US by the end of January, with an update for the Droid DNA to follow.
HTC has already delivered its Android 4.4 update for the Google Play Edition of the One to Google. Now it’s up to Google to release it.
These leaked specs might give us an idea of what to expect from HTC’s follow up to the One.
HTC’s follow up handset to the HTC One might hit all four major U.S. carriers before the end of Q1 2014.
These leaked photos might offer a first glimpse at a follow up to the HTC One.
The media has reported that HTC has shut down a production line, but the Taiwanese company begs to differ.
HTC has taken the gold smartphone trend to the next level with the limited edition 18-carat gold HTC One.
After a month of speculation, Beats has finally severed ties with HTC and bought back its own stock. HTC loses the Beats Audio technology but gains some needed cash.
Best Buy will be offering an exclusive blue version of the HTC One in stores and online starting Sunday, September 15.
The wait for the HTC One on Verizon’s network is nearly over. The carrier will launch the LTE-capable Android phone on August 22 for $199 with a two-year contract.
Sprint is offering an exclusive red HTC One that comes preloaded with NextRadio, an interactive FM radio app that sips data and battery life.
When smartphone sales are down, who do you call? Iron Man! HTC has tapped Robert Downey, Jr. for a new, two-year ad campaign that first focuses on HTC as a brand and will eventually tout the company’s technology prowess.
After creating software that lets HTC One handsets run either Sense or the Google Experience user interface, Paul O’Brien is targeting Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 next. And this time, he’s earning a little money for the dual-booting effort.
The HTC One mini is official and like other “mini” versions it’s not a smaller edition of the flagship phone that inspired it: Several hardware compromises are made in this 4.3-inch handset. Still, much of what makes the HTC One a solid phone is retained.
Why choose between HTC Sense software and pure Android when you can have both? A savvy developer has a dual-boot solution for the HTC One and is working on getting individual Sense apps on an otherwise stock Android ROM as well.
I’ve used a number of Samsung phones and tablets over the past three years, so I surprised some with a tweet yesterday saying the HTC One Google Experience phone may be my next purchase. Here’s why.
The HTC One is a hit and helping to reverse falling company profits, but can one phone sustain the growth? Not likely in this competitive market, which has analysts worried about HTC’s future.
Are the Galaxy S 4 and HTC One Google Play Edition phones all that pure Android fans wanted? Yes…. and no. But that’s to be expected because neither handset was designed with plain Android software in mind.
Although an anonymous HTC executive reported 5 million HTC One sales, a Citigroup analyst suggests a figure of 1.2 million. Why? A delayed launch and consumers already looking ahead to Apple’s next iPhone.
HTC will offer a pure Android version of its HTC One flagship phone for $599, which could help boost sorely needed sales. It’s good news for Android fans but what does it mean for the Nexus line of devices? I suspect a change.
HTC will reportedly reverse course and offer a “Google Edition” HTC One phone, with the official announcement expected next week. That could give HTC a boost by getting more marketing help and making pure Android fans happier.
Once the brightest rising stars in this new smartphone era, HTC has been falling from grace for nearly two years. The company’s latest quarterly results reflect the situation. Can the HTC One help a turnaround or is there more HTC needs to do?
HTC’s flagship phone is here for some, but not for the most passionate consumers that would likely provide the company free marketing. TweetDeck is getting pulled from Google Play soon and I’m still debating my Galaxy Note 8.0 purchase.
The HTC One is available today, but only from two U.S. carriers: AT&T and Sprint. T-Mobile announced price plans and availability while those who pre-ordered the $649 HTC One Developer Edition only got an email: Their phones are delayed.
HTC has had another rough quarter financially, but the delayed HTC One isn’t the problem. HTC hasn’t been a shining star for months; it’s now just a dim light in Samsung’s galaxy.
AT&T previously announced it would sell the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for $249.99 with contract. But which model is that? Turns out it’s a 32 GB version, while a 16 GB edition can be had for $199.99 with contract.
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AT&T does have an exclusive, at least at time of launch, on the 64 GB HTC One smartphone. The carrier announced a contract price of $299 for that model, while $199 buys a 32 GB version. Pre-ordering earns a free wireless HDMI adapter.
An AT&T promotional video for the new HTC One smartphone shows an exclusive: Only AT&T will carry the 64 GB model of the phone. That may be good for AT&T, but it’s bad for consumers and for HTC.
Sorry iPhone 5, HTC One, and BlackBerry Z10: Samsung’s new Galaxy S 4 looks to take the performance crown based on early benchmarking tests: Geekbench 2 scores on the GS4 are nearly double that of the iPhone 5.
Just designing a superb smartphone isn’t enough these days: You have to get the device components to build the handsets in a timely fashion. Due to reduced confidence in HTC, parts suppliers aren’t as interested in building parts quickly.
Shown off this week, HTC’s new One is better than the old One in several ways and it may share the same processor as the Samsung Galaxy S4. Plus you can now play with Ubuntu on a Nexus device now.
The new One has a large 4.7-inch 1080p display with 468 ppi resolution. It’s LTE-capable and runs Android Jelly Bean. In addition to a custom HTC home screen, there’s a new newsfeed feature called BlinkFeed.
Last year, HTC debuted its One line of smartphones. Now a leaked image shows that the M7 could be a new One and it looks more industrial.