A source known for providing insider information on HTC devices tweeted that the HTC One could get an update in “2-3 weeks”, while a “Senseless” edition might come in late summer.
After finally solving the component shortages which plagued the HTC One’s launch, production is expected to double this month to keep up with strong demand for the handset.
The Sprint HTC One is getting its first update, and the most important thing is that it promises to solve the key sensitivity issue. Read on for more details!
The oft-rumored Verizon HTC One has again reared its head again. A new HTC smartphone received Wi-Fi certification, and this could turn out to be the Verizon HTC One. Read on for all the details.
Users of the Sprint Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Galaxy Note 2 can now install and use the Google Wallet app. Get all the details in the rest of the article.
Google announced a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that’ll run a “pure” version of the Android operating system. But was it really necessary to come up with and release an entirely new version of it instead of announcing the highly-awaited Nexus 5?
With the Google Experience Samsung Galaxy S4 being announced at Google I/O, HTC obviously felt a need to answer back. In typical, brash, 2013 HTC style, HTC employee Leigh Momii tweeted a not so subtle jab at the Galaxy S4 and it’s choice of build materials, calling it a piece of plastic running stock Android. Read on for more info.
The AA smartphone buying guide brings you the best pre-paid and contract phones, both high-end and budget, available in May 2013 in the United States.
CyanogenMod 10.1 official nightly builds are now available for the GSM version and the Sprint variant of the HTC One. The builds aren’t yet considered stable but are working sufficiently well for enthusiasts to use. The biggest bug at the moment seems to be that the audio on outgoing calls can be “hit or miss”.
The Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are just two great devices released in 2013 – we look forward to 5 more smartphones that will rock our world of Android this year.