HTC’s September 19 media event is inching closer, but right now we still have no idea what and how many new gadgets will be on display in New York City. The rumors keep coming though, and it seems that, even though the Taiwanese are in a serious financial pickle, they’ll have quite the show for us.
According to a few tweets from @Football4PDA, the One X+ is coming, but is certainly not very impressive. The new phone will be a slightly rehashed version of the One X (with a heavy emphasis on “slightly”), and will be powered by an NVIDIA AP37 quad-core CPU.
An ITC judge has indicated that Apple is unlikely to get HTC's 4G LTE patents invalidated. HTC is threatening to apply for an import ban on the new iPhone and iPad, assuming they support LTE, in an attempt to get Apple to settle its other patent infringement suits against HTC.
HTC unveils China-bound One SC, One SU and One ST phones
We have three new HTC phones popping up out of thin air over in China, and, although they don’t look very special, they could be part of the company’s new rebound strategy and therefore on show come September 19.
While HTC continues to flail and fumble its way into a competitive market position with the One series and an alleged tablet, the facts are clear: the company is seriously hurting. Today the company formally announced a lost revenue between July and August 2012. Those numbers? $804M in August, down from $835M in July.
HTC gives celebs One X Cushnie et Ochs limited edition
At today's HTC Frequencies II media summit, this two part shelled beauty was handed out. Unfortunately, it's for celebs only but admiring this from afar is a bit like watching the recent Mars expedition rover, Curiosity land on the red planet.
Mystery HTC device may be part of Big Red’s lineup
A 7-inch HTC Flyer 2 aimed at going head-to-head with budget-conscious Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire, but probably with second-edition Fire(s) and the iPad Mini as well, might become reality soon with some rather exciting tech specs.