Several new photos of HTC’s M7 have leaked, and guess what, they look like HTC’s current flagship device, the DNA/Butterfly. So will the M7 be special or just another HTC device?
The mystery HTC device bears the PL80110 codename, which closely resemble the codename of the HTC One SV on Cricket, PL80120.
We’ve already seen a bevy of leaks concerning the HTC M7, but there’s one issue that is a bit controversial – the display technology.
It looks like the HTC Butterfly is heading its way to India later this month for the stunningly high price of INR 44,000 (about $815), making it the most expensive Android smartphone available in India
O2 UK thinks people have enough chargers, and that companies should stop bundling them with smartphones by the year 2015. Is that too ambitious?
We told you earlier in the month that the HTC One SV will head to Cricket in mid-January. Right on schedule, the mid-ranger is now available in its stores and online.
According to various reports around the web, both the unbranded Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X down under are getting big scoops of smooth butter courtesy of the much awaited official updates to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The HTC Droid DNA has only been out for less than two months on Verizon, but the 5-inch 1080p smartphone has seen its fair share of price cuts. The latest offer comes from Amazon Wireless.
If anyone could unseat Samsung for Android dominance, who could it be? Let’s take a hard look at which mobile company could disrupt Samsung’s reign.
We’ve already seen several supposed leaks and rumors about the M7, but today we get a first look of how the device might look like.