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.
Even the most skeptical should have been convinced of HTC One mini’s existence following Engadget’s yesterday leak, but if you still needed additional proof we’ve just received it in the form of a User Agent Profile found on HTC’s own website.
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.
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.
There’s been a lot of fuss lately concerning two rumored upcoming HTC smartphones, all culminating with the leak of some legit-looking One Mini pics a few days ago and earlier today a set of One Max sketches.
Estonian site posted a bunch of photos of what convincingly looks like the HTC One Mini. Similar design, similar features, smaller size, yup the ‘Mini’ title is amply justified. We’ve been hearing for a long time about HTC’s mid-range M4 Smartphone (the One being M7). Everybody thought it was the HTC First, many others thought
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 new rumor has surfaced on twitter that says the Google Edition of the HTC One could see Android 4.3 as soon as a few weeks after it launches.
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
A Google Edition of the HTC One has been confirmed, denied, and then confirmed again in recent days. Well, now it’s officially confirmed.
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.