It’s been a good year for Android. Join us as we cast an eye back to December 2011 and reminisce about how far Android has come in the last 12 months. From ICS to Jelly Bean, from Galaxy S2 to Galaxy S3, and from Android Market to Google Play.
The HTC One X is one of this year’s flagship Android handset, but unless you’re running a custom ROM right now, chances are that you’re not on Google’s Jelly Bean, the Android 4.1.1 kind.
As you slowly recover from your Thanksgiving slumber and prepare to leave behind those roasted turkey memories of yesterweek, it’s time to get back into the Android spirit and check out the many Cyber Monday deals out there that are worth spending your holiday money on.
On stage, during the second Toronto leg of her 777 world tour, Rihanna gave one lucky fan a special version of the HTC One X+, but not before declaring the phone as the next level “shit”. Ah, such a way with words, the chart-topping singer has.
AT&T has launched their latest Android smartphone today, the device is the HTC One X+ which is priced at $199.99 and sporting features to include a 4.7-inch display, quad-core 1.7GHz processor and 64GB of internal storage.
We had known that Telus was planning to release the HTC One X+ smartphone and while we have yet to learn a specific release date, the arrival of dummy units makes it seem like the release will be sooner rather than later.
The iPhone 5, Nexus 4, HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S3, Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 panels all got compared with the Droid DNA’s, with the conclusion being somewhat surprising.
We may not be getting an HTC One S with a plus sign anytime soon, but a special white edition of the phone with 64GB onboard storage has recently been hinted to come. If you’ve been dreaming about the all-white HTC One S ever since, you’ll be happy to hear that the phone is now available for purchase… in Taiwan.
Holiday season is coming up pretty quickly and it seems everyone is hurrying up to put out their top of the line handsets. AT&T on Monday revealed exactly when its next helping of HTC goodness will be hitting store shelves.
We’ve known for a while now that HTC planned on upgrading several of its higher-end smartphones to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, such as the HTC One X and HTC One S. What we didn’t know was the fate of quite a few entry and mid-range devices. Now we have some new information about which HTC smartphones might be left out of the update, thanks to a new Jelly Bean FAQ page.