HTC’s 2009 Windows Phone 6.5 device, the HTC HD2, has received an Android 5.0 port. And why not? It seems to run everything from Firefox OS to Windows RT.
In Q4 2014, HTC increased its sales compared to the previous quarter, for the first time in three years.
HTC has launched a new mid-range phone at CES 2015. The Desire 826 takes design cues from the HTC Desire Eye but includes a front facing UltraPixel camera.
HTC has just announced its new lower-end device, the Desire 320. The handset has decent specifications, a low price point, and will soon be offered in the UK and Germany.
The final days of 2014 were quiet, but 2015 is starting off with a bang. International CES is about to begin in fabulous Las Vegas, and companies are already drumming up their products.
HTC’s Jeff Gordon has made a very bold promise to the world, stating that 2015 will see his company’s “best ever” products, and be “full of surprises.”
Average smartphone profits for Android hardware manufacturers have roughly halved over the past year, despite huge growth in global shipments.
HTC has brought back their most recent HTC Hot Deal. The deal discounts all accessories by 50% on HTC’s site. It ends tonight at midnight, so you better hurry!
HTC’s teaser poster for an announcement at CES 2015 suggests that the company is preparing to unveil a new smartphone in its Desire range.
With part of the world celebrating holidays, news has been slow on the Android front, but we did our best to make it up with reviews, op-eds, and other long-form pieces. It wasn’t all quiet though – Asus teased a couple of very interesting phones coming at CES, more alleged specs of HTC’s next flagship leaked, OnePlus got a reprieve in its patent conflict with Micromax, and China’s Meizu launched its own Xiaomi competitor.
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