HTC’s fantastic in plastic, affordable, single rear camera-sporting take on the all-metal One M8, confusingly named One E8, is apparently headed stateside, after going live in a handful of European and Asian territories back in June.
The Windows Phone version of the HTC One will reportedly launch sometime later this year with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 out of the box.
HTC was quick to make up for its absence at Google I/O by announcing a 90-day time frame for updating its flagship phones to Android L.
The M9 and M9 Prime will reportedly be the two flagship offerings from HTC next year, with both set to be released in the first quarter.
The latest round of rumors concerning future HTC releases suggests the highly anticipated One M8 Prime smartphone is no more, while smartwatch development is in fairly advanced stages, with a One Wear piece possibly due by September.
Just when we thought we had HTC’s product roadmap for the second half of 2014 all figured out, new gossip enters the equation, suggesting a metal-clad One M8 “Plus” and plastic-made M8 “Advance” are in the works.
HTC’s first plastic-made flagship device in a long time is inching closer to reality, according to reports out of China, and its final market name might be One M8 Vogue Edition instead of M8 Ace.
New dirt on the unannounced but no doubt imminent plastic-made HTC M8 Ace has just surfaced via two rock-solid sources, leak master evleaks and China’s FCC-like Tenaa device certification center.
The gradual information spills of the past few months have led up to HTC One mini 2’s formal announcement earlier today, with an exterior and set of features that stopped being a question mark eons ago.
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.
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.
Google seems to have realized the fact that most consumers have no clue that their beloved handset is powered by an OS called Android.
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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.