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With the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat, you’re probably wondering when and if you’ll be getting a piece of the action. A number of announcements from different companies should help answer that question. However, this isn’t supposed to be a comprehensive list of all the devices currently available.…Read More »
Nokia and AT&T launched the Lumia 1020 Windows Phone 8 device 2 weeks ago at an alarming $299 price-tag on a 2 year contract. Now, for the type of camera this device brings to the table, the price is justifiable and understandable, however; it is not competitive to more recognized smartphones on the market such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One.…Read More »
HTC has been rumored to be prepping a 5.9-inch version of the HTC One to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Note. Images of the new phone, which will most likely be called the HTC One Max have been uncovered by @evleaks.
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When Android 4.3 was announced just a few days ago, Google announced that it would be arriving that same day on its Nexus devices. The Nexus 4, Nexus 10, first-generation Nexus 7 and the Galaxy Nexus were all set to receive the latest version of Android — but what about the Google Editions of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4?…Read More »
While HTC is rumored to be coming out with a bigger HTC One this September to compete with the inevitable Galaxy Note III, this month it’s all about the little guys. After numerous leaks, the company has officially announced the HTC One mini.…Read More »
Everything might not be working out well for HTC at the moment, but the company does not plan to sit back and allow its competitors to send it to the grave. According to a new report (rumor, really), HTC looks to launch a 6-inch display device dubbed the HTC One Max to compete directly with Samsung’s Galaxy Note line of phablets.…Read More »
Google Editions (stock Android and unlocked) of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 now available on Play Store
The time is now, people. If you’re one of those people who say they can’t stand custom skins like HTC Sense or TouchWiz, or if you’re someone that swears by the Nexus devices for their pure Google experience, but have been craving for more powerful hardware, it’s time to head on over to the Google Play Store — the Google Editions of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 are now available.…Read More »
According to a new leak, HTC might be producing a Windows powered handset that borrows from the gorgeous design of the One. HTC has certainly taken an interest in the Windows phone platform, as can be seen with recent devices like the 8X, 8S and Titan.…Read More »
Sick and tired of fanboys bickering about how the phone they purchased is better? Well, why don’t we take a look at a different kind of feud — one between the the companies themselves.
Just a few a days ago, HTC’s UK Twitter account boasted about its win at the Mobile Awards where the HTC One won “Hottest phone of 2013.” They included a nice little slight at end at Samsung Mobile UK, who wasted no time retaliating.…Read More »
For users that prefer stock Android over the usual manufacturer skins that we often see, it’s been a pretty good year. During Google’s I/O 2013 developer conference, the company dropped a bomb and announced that a Samsung Galaxy S4 with stock Android and unlocked bootloader would be making its way to the Play Store.…Read More »
BlackBerry finally unleashed BlackBerry 10 earlier this year, along with the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. While they haven’t gained a ton of traction around the world, it’s clear that in France they have. Now according to SFR, which is a French telecom, the Blackberry Q10 is selling better than the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5.…Read More »
Google and Samsung have started something, something spectacular and wondrous. Of course, I only say that because I’m a huge Android lover and I feel that vanilla Android is the way to go. I’m willing to bet that a few of you out there are more than okay with the carrier branded skins on your handsets, and that’s perfectly fine.…Read More »
This is exactly what HTC needs amidst all the bad news of high profile departures and company instability. Although the company originally denied that this would be happening, it looks like an HTC One with a pure Google experience might be on its way.…Read More »
An unnamed HTC executive has told The Wall Street Journal that 5 million HTC One units have been sold since its global release roughly one month ago. It isn’t clear if this 5 million is the actual number of devices sold to end users or the number of devices sold into channels such as to carriers and retailers.…Read More »
It’s kind of hard to deny that the HTC One hardware is one of the most beautiful available today. To a number of people in the industry, it matches the quality build of the iPhone, maybe even surpass it. So a releasing a video about the phone is made is probably the perfect thing to do marketing-wise — and that’s exactly what HTC has done.…Read More »
Oh, HTC. It’s a little sad that amazing phones like the HTC One will get buried by Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 (and their aggressive marketing campaigns), because if anything, the phone is pretty darn solid. But like how our very own Ashraf wrote some time ago, HTC just doesn’t seem to get marketing right most of the time.…Read More »
How to root HTC One on Android Jelly Bean, unlock bootloader, and install ClockworkMod recovery [Guide]
HTC has created the One to directly compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S4. The HTC One is a massive powerhouse, but all that power is locked up tight without root access. This guide will walk you through unlocking your bootloader, installing CWM custom recovery, and rooting your device.…Read More »
HTC One delayed because suppliers feel HTC “is no longer a tier-one customer”, HTC CEO to resign if phone is not a hit
HTC’s 2013 flagship phone was originally supposed to be available in mid-March. It was supposed to be available right now, actually. But then the phone was delayed to March 29th or early April, depending no the market. Now, thanks to a report from The Wall Street Journal, we’re finding out why that delay happened:
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“The company has a problem managing its component suppliers as it has changed its order forecasts drastically and frequently following last year’s unexpected slump in shipments.
In a recent interview with Business Insider, president of the North American division of HTC, Mike Woodward showed some relief over what Samsung announced during their highly anticipated event.
As you probably know by now, the Galaxy S 4 features a design that too dissimilar from that of its predecessor, the Galaxy S III.…Read More »
After Samsung’s announcement last night, the stage has been set for the battle for Android phone supremacy. While Samsung has completely dominated as of late, Sony’s Xperia Z and the HTC One look primed to make things a little more interesting this time around (hopefully).…Read More »
Samsung has received kudos for its clever marketing over the past few years, especially its attacks on Apple vis-a-vis iSheep ads. It looks as if Samsung is not the only one with marketing chops — HTC and LG know how to get in on the action, too.…Read More »
Prior to last year, HTC followed the pollute-the-market-with-as-many-phones-as-possible approach instead of the create-a-brand approach. But, after the post-iPhone 4S slaughter, HTC realized they will never be able to fight off Apple and Samsung without a brand that is as recognizable, if not more, than iPhone and Galaxy S.…Read More »
HTC One is official: Android’s latest baby has 4.7-inch 1080p screen (468ppi), quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon, 2GB RAM, and ‘UltraPixel’ camera
After all the rumors and leaks, HTC has officially announced their latest flagship phone, the HTC One. The phone features a 4.7-inch 1080p screen at 468ppi, making it one of the highest — if not the highest — pixel density in the smartphone market (for now anyway).…Read More »
Woah, is that a BlackBerry Z10 with an HTC logo? Oh, an iPhone 5 with an HTC logo? My bad. That’s the HTC One!
The company’s latest flagship possesses quite a few similarities to the star devices of their competitors, and it’s looking actually quite good for it.…Read More »