HTC’s Double Exposure event kicks off at 1PM PT (4PM ET), be sure to tune in and watch the livestream!
HTC has now confirmed it originally planned to release a smartwatch around this timeframe, but has since delayed the effort into next year. The reason? HTC says they really want to knock our socks off with something special.
Join us as we take a look at what we think we know about the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, based on all the rumors and leaks that we have seen up until now.
Import data from India lists some specifications and prices for two unannounced HTC smartphones, the Desire Eye and One (M8 Eye).
What could be the first leaked image of the HTC-made Nexus 9 (Volantis) just leaked, showing a plastic body similar to the Nexus 7 (2013).
Rumors and speculation are heating up as the new Nexus 6 looms closer, and this week brought us a few more details to geek over. But that wasn’t the only cool news in the Android universe this week – we spent some time with the Note 4, got to see what the fuss is about #gapgate, got a peek at Samsung’s interpretation of Android L, learned about Google’s interest in Cyanogen, and met HTC’s new Desire Eye for the first time.
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If this Desire Eye is real, its specifications are a notch above what we typically get from devices in the Desire line, and they’re even comparable to the flagship One (M8) and Butterfly 2.
HTC managed another honorable performance in Q3 2014, beating analyst expectations for a small profit.
We take a look at some of the problems faced by HTC Desire 816 users, and offer potential solutions on how to fix them.
It was a wild week, Android lovers, with some big news, intriguing rumors, and a little fun on the iPhone’s expense.