The HTC One is a flagship phone of 2013 stuck on an OS released back in 2012, which has understandably upset many. Worry not, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is almost here (thanks to this developer, it is here!), and it brings new features with it. In case you’re the lucky owner of a beautiful HTC
A special version of the HTC One running on Stock Android was revealed by Senior VP (Android and Chrome), Sundir Pichar at the D11 conference earlier this week. Now, to cater to early adopters of the One, HTC is considering allowing them to replace Sense with stock Android.
A couple of weeks ago, we had posted an interesting story about HTC working on 12-inch and 7-inch Windows 8 RT powered tablets. A fresh rumor indicates that the troubled company may have cancelled the larger 12-inch version. Remember the HTC Flyer? If you don’t, you’re forgiven. HTC hasn’t had a particularly happening history in
Details about HTC’s upcoming phablet emerge. Possibly a replacement to the H TC Butterfly, the HTC T6 (T6 refers to its codename as its actual model name is still unknown) appears to be HTC’s upcoming weapon against Samsung’s successful Galaxy Note series of “phablets”.
While Android 4.3 is yet to be released, a leaked list of HTC devices tells us which of them might be getting the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update when the new OS is finally released. Note that as of now, we still don’t know what new Android 4.3 will bring along with it. Seeing that
Is HTC going to release its beautiful flagship with a new paint job? Earlier this month, a UK based retailer displayed a red color version of the HTC One, which wasn’t really a surprise, since HTC themselves had added the red HTC One to their official website back in February. Another new report by Pocket-Lint
According to a financial analyst, HTC has at least three big smartphone launches planned for the next few months, with the M4 leading the way, Butterfly 2 following closely and One phablet wrapping it all up with a nice bow.
According to a new Digitimes scoop, HTC is planning to launch one or several smartphones made of Liquidmetal by the end of 2013. These will likely be virtually unbreakable and highly resistant to corrosion and scratches.
According to several trustworthy sources, HTC is currently working on a "phablet" going by the codename T6. The device could sport a 6-inch screen, but nothing else is known about it at this time.
HTC looks ready to roll out their Windows Phone 8X and 8S updates which look to push a few of the system apps a version ahead.
A report has surfaced claiming that HTC is working on a version of the One that will sport a display larger than 5 inches, but lower than 6 inches.
Fresh reports from Geek.com suggest that HTC is indeed working on a 'Senseless' edition of their flagship One for the US.
The first true Facebook phone – the HTC First – hasn't been doing too well in the US, so Facebook has decided to delay the phone's launch across Europe until they can improve the custom Facebook Home launcher.
HTC introduces their new Desire 600 handset. The new Desire 600 isn't just inspired by the One with respect to design as the Desire 600 receives the same flavor of Android and Sense UI as the flagship.
The HTC One is already among the absolute fastest smartphones on the market, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying to make it go even faster.
A mysterious HTC mid-range phone has been benchmarked ahead of its official release. Allegedly named Desire 600, this fellow will likely come with a quad-core Snapdragon 200 CPU and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in tow.
HTC has just introduced a new version of the company's latest flagship smartphone. The J One is to launch on KDDI Japan in early June with a 4.7-inch, Full HD screen, Snapdragon 600 CPU, plus… dual SIM and microSD support.
Following an annoucement of Sense 5 for the HTC Butterfly, fresh reports have emerged that the HTC One will also receive an update – the long awaited Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Following previous reports of an update for the One X, HTC is also planning to update its HTC Butterfly with Sense 5 and backport other features from its flagship HTC One
With earlier reports citing that the HTC One X would not be getting updated with some Sense 5.0 love, a developer tweeted otherwise. According to the tweet, the One X is set to receive the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update with Sense 5.0, complete with HTC Zoe and Blinkfeed.