The HTC One looks like it will come to Verizon soon, reportedly “before July”. We have seen the HTC One appear as its codename (the M7) several times, but nothing like this. Are you excited, Verizon customers?
After a well-known leaker revealed the codename of HTC’s future Galaxy Note competitor, more clues about the upcoming smartphone have been uncovered.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that HTC One delays are due to HTC’s past defeats. The publication also reports that Peter Chou will step down if the One flops. Are you getting impatient for this device?
AllThingsD reports that the HTC One will be coming to Verizon one or two months after other US carriers get it. Will you be getting one?
HTC has put a blog post talking about distortion free recording on the HTC One by using dual-membrane microphones. How does this help you? In a lot of ways.
Rogers put up its HTC One for pre-order on Wednesday and then announced that the device will cost $149.99 on a new three-year contract.
If you are curious to see the unveiling of the One for yourself, HTC just published the recording of the London event, presided by the company’s CEO himself, Mr. Peter Chou.
With all the hype surrounding the new HTC One today, it would have been easy for HTC to sit back and let the device shine. While the phone itself may not have been a surprise, the slew of accessories definitely are. All official, and all pretty sleek.
The HTC One’s UltraPixel camera is demoed in a few HDR sample videos posted Tuesday morning.
The first benchmarks for the HTC One have appear showing that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 is ready to deliver a significantly improved performance.