Two hot new Android are now available in AT&T’s stores – the 4.3-inch HTC One Mini and the 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega.
Looking at getting an HTC One? We’ve got multiple avenues for you to get a crazy deal when purchasing the device with Verizon on a new two-year contract! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
After a long, long wait, the HTC One is finally available on Verizon, and it costs just as much as you’d expect — $199 on a new two-year contract. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
MoDaCo.SWITCH beta for the Galaxy S4 will be available to initial backers of the project starting today.
The HTC One is an amazing phone; it has a sexy body, shows stunning visuals on an eye- popping display, and is jampacked with a lot of features — one of which is HTC’s BlinkFeed.
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A Reuters profile based on insight from several former and current HTC executives portraits the company’s longtime CEO in a negative light.
An alleged press shot of the upcoming HTC Zara was leaked by @evleaks, along with the phone’s specifications.
An HTC exec has revealed that the HTC One versions in the USA and Canada, as well as the HTC Droid DNA will get the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update by the end of September.
Leaked images show what appears to be a fingerprint scanner on the One Max, the 6-inch One version that HTC is rumored to launch this fall.
According to Jason Mackenzie of HTC, the HTC One Developer Edition will skip Android 4.2 and go straight to Android 4.3. A September release is probable and it looks as if HTC is planning to release 4.3 for all HTC One models within the same time frame.