HTC has published its sales figures for the month of May, and it’s not exactly the good news we were hoping to hear.
While many folks can get by with a single-SIM handset, there’s something to be said about the flexibility that is afforded to you when you have a dual SIM device. A dual-SIM setup allows you to not only potentially have two different phone numbers but you can also have one SIM for data, another SIM for calling and text, you can more easily travel abroad without having to remove your primary SIM card and the list goes on. Typically manufacturers do not make dual SIM versions of all their phones, instead they usually create dual SIM models for phones that are popular in the…
HTC is already outsourcing the production of several Desire models, according to people familiar with the matter, though the HTC One (M8) and Desire 816 are still made in house.
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a cool Android or tech gadget each and every Sunday. This week we are giving away a HTC Desire 816 Android phone to one lucky Android Authority reader. HTC Desire 816 HTC plans to take the midrange market by storm, and the Desire 816 is their latest effort. The 816 is loaded with a 1.6 GHz MSM8928 Snapdragon 400 Quad Core Processor, 1.5GB Ram with a 5.5 inch HD IPS Display. Have a look at our HTC Desire 816 review to learn everything there is to know about the phone or watch the review…
HTC’s giant mid-range phone, the HTC Desire 816, is slowly rolling out to European countries following its release in Asia in March. Read on for more!
[Editor's note: Our review unit is from China, and while it has Sense 5.5, it will be updated to Sense 6 'soon'. All Desire 816's purchased outside of China will have Sense 6 out of the box] Typically when we think of midrange devices one of the first words that tend to come to mind is compromise. We think of lesser performance, lesser build quality, lesser specs, pretty much lesser everything. Now HTC, a company that is known for premium build quality, performance, and design, is looking to redefine the midrange game by bringing everything that you tend to expect from…
Making the best Android smartphone in the world did not keep HTC out of trouble. So what could be HTC’s salvation?
HTC Corp. in Taiwan has a couple big reasons to smile today. Thanks to a 450,000 three day pre-order tally for the Desire 816, HTC’s stock price experienced an increase like they’ve not seen in a while.
This week in your world of Android: Samsung launched the new Galaxy S5 and Gear smartwatches, LG introduced the G Pro 2 and the G2 Mini, the attractive Desire 816 broke cover, the first Nokia Android phone was made public, Sony refreshed its high-end Xperia lineup, and Google made its Now launcher publicly available in the Play Store.
After looking at the amazing Android device releases during MWC 2014, we’ve made our picks of some of the best in show, spread over 8 different categories. Check them out!