Benchmarking company says it had “strong evidence” of rule breaking and delisting was used as a “last resort” after all else failed.
Probably realizing the freshly unveiled One max is bound to be a dud, HTC continues to ride One’s wave of popularity in the short time left to the formal intro of the upgraded version, codenamed M8.
HTC’s next-gen flagship device, supposedly codenamed M8, has been fully detailed following its first benchmarking visit at AnTuTu and seems to carry a bittersweet spec sheet.
The Google Play Edition variant of the HTC One has begun receiving an update to Android 4.4 KitKat.
An enigmatic HTC gadget chaotically codenamed 0P6B120 and rumored to be One’s follow-up has allegedly been benchmarked through AnTuTu, scoring well over 36,000 points and thus edging every Android phone out and about in raw performance.
In spite of HTC’s recent financial struggles and the brand’s descending relevance in the high-end smartphone landscape, the Taiwanese are not ready to call it quits just yet, having a pretty encouraging “M8” handheld in the pipeline.
It appears HTC may have finally learned from past mistakes, as the company’s next-gen flagship device, codenamed M8, is tipped to go on sale via all four major carriers stateside: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
It may seem a little too soon, but HTC’s rumored next-gen flagship device, codenamed M8, has been snapped on camera from the back.
With Android 4.4 KitKat officially official, fully detailed and available already on a number of Nexus devices, it’s only a matter of time until gadgets not running stock versions of Google’s OS will also be bestowed upon the honor of savoring the latest chocolaty software treat.
The Nexus 5 is one of the most powerful phones on the market, and is vastly more affordable than its competition. Here’s a look at how it stacks up against some of the more popular high-end phones on the market, and why it just might dominate the market.
It’s been a few hours since Android 4.4 KitKat was (finally) made official, and Motorola and HTC have already confirmed that they’ll be updating select devices to the latest version of the OS.
Listen up, Verizon users, and listen close, as we have both good and bad news for you today. Which one do you want first? Let’s start with the good and look at the half full part of the glass for once, shall we?
It’s a known fact Google likes to plan Nexus devices ahead of time, as they require quite a lot of work in order for those pricing sweet spots to be reached. All while not cutting too many corners.
Despite pushing the envelope like no other smartphone OEM in terms of designs and build quality with the One, One mini and max, HTC’s financial slump continues as the Taiwanese keep losing market share not only against traditional rivals Samsung and Apple, but also Huawei or ZTE.
When word first started trickling out that HTC considered downsizing One max’s processor and go the Snapdragon 600 way instead of S800, I’ll not lie, I was pretty bummed out. After all, why go the “max” way if you won’t go all the way?
Brazen, cheeky and often rude commercials mocking the competition used to be Samsung and Apple territory until not long ago in the mobile landscape, but Nokia and LG have recently joined the fun.
Amazon is said to be working on a smartphone line, and has chosen HTC as the device manufacturer.
Worst kept secret in tech history is a harsh phrase to use in regards to the HTC One max, since the Nexus 5 feels like old news before going official. But let’s not sugarcoat it, HTC’s done a horrendous job in keeping a lid on One max rumors.
Well, isn’t this a nice surprise? HTC’s still unconfirmed and unreleased One Max has been the talk of the town for as long as we can remember, with unofficial photos and bits and pieces of its spec sheet coming at us from left and right, yet today brings forth something unexpected.
News out of Bloomberg suggests that Microsoft is asking HTC to include the Windows Phone platform on its Android devices.