HTC has announced two new mid-range handsets, the mid-tier “flagship” Desire 816 and the Desire 610, both which feature some of the premium features from the HTC One.
We call into question HTC’s One audio quality, after the company released a so-called Audio review featuring an overly enthusiast sound engineer. Is the sound as good as HTC claims?
The HTC Desire 600, a mid-range device featuring a quad-core CPU destined for the emerging markets, was officially announced by the company.
Does it really make a difference? We think so. Our Kristopher Wouk called them the “best speakers I’ve ever heard on a phone”. That’s high praise.
Samsung chose Wolfson as the “primary audio partner” for the Galaxy family of devices, including the Galaxy S4 flagship smartphone.
Is HTC’s latest audio technology, BoomSound, which can be found on the HTC One, all it’s cracked up to be? You decide.
Being down in the dumps usually is a good time to reflect on what went wrong. Here’s how HTC plans its big Android comeback and why it no longer wants to stay quiet.