Android 4.4.3 is now rolling out to Nexus, Google Play Edition and Motorola devices. You may want to start checking for updates if your device is in line!
HTC has published its sales figures for the month of May, and it’s not exactly the good news we were hoping to hear.
For folks who prefer plastic over metal, HTC introduced today the One (E8), a One variant packing a polycarbonate body and a 13MP camera that will be priced “very competitively.”
This week in your world of Android: the LG G3 landed in style, more rumors about HTC’s M8 Ace and M8 Prime emerged, Samsung introduced its Simband, Google released updates for Maps, Camera, and Android Device Manager, we saw the first hands-on video of Android Wear, and we learned more details about Android TV.
According to a new report, HTC is allegedly working on a new Android Wear powered watch, dubbed One Wear, which will feature a rounded design and could arrive in late August or early September.
Today only, HTC is offering the Amber Gold One (M8) for $99 on contract with AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. This is $100 off the regular price, and likely the best deal on HTC’s flagship you’ll be able to get for a while.
It looks that the HTC M8 Prime may stay unconfirmed forever, as @evleaks, the guy who revealed many details about it, now claims the Prime is no longer in development.
Verizon and Sprint have now started to roll out Sense 6 for the HTC One M7.
A series of newly leaked images give us a better look at the M8 Ace in multiple colors in blue, red, white and gray.
Citing “sources familiar with HTC’s plans” a report claims the One (M8) Plus and One (M8) Advance could join the One family sometime in the August-early September interval.