Though unannounced and unreleased, HTC’s biggest and baddest phone yet, the One Max, is already shaping up to be a lemon for speed addicts.
HTC’s latest and greatest Butterfly S is now on sale in some stores in Taiwan and the US. The upgraded Butterfly sadly comes with a steep price tag, so it’s not going to be a common man’s phone.
Benchmarks confirm that the newly announced HTC Butterfly S 5.0-inch Smartphone by HTC manages to squeeze out more performance than the 2013 flagship HTC One. Does that mean we have a new flagship in our hands?
More than two weeks have passed since Verizon confirmed the HTC One will be available with the network, but unfortunately we still have no idea when the 4.7-incher is to make its debut. Then again, it can’t be long now, since Big Red is looking to nix the Droid DNA.
Following a long string of leaks and rumors, the HTC Butterfly S has gone official moments ago in Taiwan, as expected. And while big chunks of the thing’s spec sheet were revealed a while ago, HTC still kept an ace or two up its sleeve.
Do you know how Samsung seems to dominate Android smartphone sales globally for what’s starting to feel like an eternity? And how OEMs like HTC or Sony can’t even touch them? Well, there is one major market where the status quo is significantly different – Japan.
Have a look at the leaked images of the HTC Butterfly S a week before it will reportedly be announced officially
Who’s ready for a new round of HTC-related rumors? The Butterfly S and One Mini (aka M4) are in the spotlight… again, as reputable sources around the web reveal new, trustworthy details about them.
HTC may unveil the successor to the Droid DNA/Butterfly on June 19th. While the Desire 600 has already been announced, a report suggests that HTC will launch the handset on the aforementioned date. The HTC Butterfly (Droid DNA for Verizon) was one of the first phones with a 1080p display, and HTC’s first 5-inch phablet.
Industry sources reveal that HTC will launch the successor to its first 1080p smartphone (the HTC Droid DNA a.k.a. Butterfly) in mid-July. The same source reveals that the mid-range HTC M4 will arrive in middle of July. New reports indicate that HTC will launch the follow-up to its potential-packed (yet not that popular) Butterfly with the