According to HTC’s website, the newly announced HTC One will be available in red in addition o black and white.
It’s out, it’s out, it’s finally out, and it’s… awesome? Fugly? Underwelming hardware-wise? Just downright average? The jury’s still out on the HTC One and we’d love to hear your thoughts, but for now let’s focus on HTC’s marketing efforts.
The HTC One is official, so here’s what you need to know about the handset to decide whether its the one for you.
In this post we’ve rounded up the official press images that HTC released today, as well as some stills from a hands-on video, courtesy of MobileGeeks.de.
We round up all the HTC One price and availability details. The One features excellent specs and a new version of Sense, but its success will ultimately depend on more than that.
Check out the HTC One specs and features, officially unveiled today. Judging from the spec sheet, HTC delivered a solid, if not groundbreaking device. Do you agree?
Android Authority is liveblogging the New York HTC One launch event, starting at 10AM EST. Expect some great hands-on images and videos of the HTC One, first impressions, and quick comparisons with some of the hottest devices of the moment.
An ultra high resolution image of HTC’s One has just leaked. What makes this leak crazy is that the official announcement is less than 12 hours away! We’ll be covering it live.
HTC will be launching the HTC One tomorrow. We take a look at whether the company’s latest flagship device will be enough for HTC to have a comeback year in 2013, and why it HAS to be.
An image posted on HTC’s twitter feed shows that we could possibly be seeing a tablet unveiled at HTC’s big event on Tuesday.