New reports apparently reveal some of HTC’s plans for the near future including an HTC M8 in 2013, a refreshed HTC One later in 2013, and a plastic HTC One replacing the Butterfly.
These are some cool Android phones coming in the next few months that we think you should know about before making a buying decision.
We’re talking about if and when the HTC Butterfly s might show up in the U.S. if the Samsung Galaxy S5 will sport a flexible display, and more in this installment of AA Q&A.
This week on Android Authority On Air, not only did we celebrate episode 69 (insert joke here) with some awesome news about Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 800 processor, we announced our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 giveaway. All this and more on Android Authority On Air, the original Android Hangout show on Google+.
This week, Facebook asked Samsung for a phone, Snapdragon 800 crushed the benchmarks, new phones arrived from Huawei and HTC, while Samsung impressed us with the Ativ Q.
Why is battery life the only area where the smartphone user experience is regressing? Why can’t we have more phones like the Butterfly s, and fewer phones like the Ascend P6?
The successor to the HTC Butterfly (and the Droid DNA) is now official. Packing souped up specs and several features borrowed from the One, the Butterfly s shines in the battery life department.
The HTC Butterfly S seems to have made an appearance in a few leaked images, showing a device with BoomSound speakers and running Sense 5. Check them out in the rest of the article.
The HTC Butterfly S is set to only come with 16GB of internal memory, according to a recent report. Read on to get the details.
The HTC Butterfly S and HTC Desire 600 will be shown to the press in Taiwan on June 19. Find out more in the rest of the article.