The leaked render suggests HTC will add some design touches to the second-generation One mini to differentiate it from its flagship phone.
The rumor bonanza revolving around HTC’s diminutive One (M8) version carries on, with the mid-range smartphone now informally pictured in all its splendor and the market name reportedly altered to One mini 2.
The plastic version of the One (M8) will be significantly more affordable than the all-metallic variant, and will be available initially in China.
The HTC M8 Ace will likely be a phablet-sized version of the One (M8).
It doesn’t take an insider to figure out HTC is probably prepping a diminutive version of its latest flagship device, but it’s always good to hear from credible sources a gadget like the One M8 mini indeed exists and is almost all set for a release.
HTC has barely unveiled the One (M8), and the tireless rumormongers are already prepared to spoil the company’s next couple of surprises, revealing an M8 mini is around the corner, possibly followed by an enigmatic M8 “Ace”.
The Desire 616 will be joining HTC’s mid-range lineup as the company’s first smartphone with an eight-core processor ticking away inside.
HTC’s latest flagship device features dual cameras, an extreme power saving mode, and gesture controls.
Lengthy new video confirms everything we know about the upcoming flagship smartphone.
With a full week still to go until HTC One’s sequel, nicknamed M8, will break cover in London and New York, UK merchant Carphone Warehouse has gone on record to confirm a “retail first”.
Detailed hardware info of HTC’s All New One, aka One (2014), has leaked online, along with a sales guide that reveals how the Taiwanese manufacturer intends to sell the device to consumers.
Not as substantial from a graphic standpoint as recent spills of information, the newest All New HTC One-centric rumor focuses on the so far mysterious dual rear camera setup, also divulging the phone’s possible price structure in Australia.
At this rate, by the time HTC launches the All New HTC One, there won’t be anything new to learn about it.
In anticipation of HTC’s All New One announcement on March 25, the handheld previously known as M8 has cleared all regulatory hurdles, also having a few specifics teased in a couple of fresh photos and a video clip.
A kid who leaked the All New HTC One with its IMEI number intact is likely to face legal action from HTC.
Expected out on March 25, the all new HTC One has posed for Mr. Blurrycam again, also making a censored appearance in a hilarious official teaser video.
Samsung’s big day yesterday was just about to get disrupted by rivals HTC and Nokia, which took to Twitter to ridicule the freshly unveiled Galaxy S5 and promote their own products in the process.
Two unannounced HTC handhelds have moved one step closer to their formal intros, one swinging by the FCC with AT&T-friendly LTE bands, and the other as a result of pictures and a list of features coming to light.
HTC will fix your broken screen for free (but only in the U.S. for now). The Taiwanese manufacturer is also going to launch its next flagship on March 25.
Making good on its recent promise of refocusing on entry-level and mid-range handhelds in the near future, HTC is reportedly hard at work on a 5.5-inch plastic-made phablet dubbed Desire 8.