Sony claims the new Xperia Z2 outputs “legendary sounds”. But how good is the device compared to the incumbent king of sound quality, the HTC One?
HTC UltraPixel camera explained… Sort of. HTC has put out a new commercial explaining some of the features in the original HTC One. The same features that we assume will be in the “All New HTC One,” plus a tease for a little bit more.
Just yesterday AT&T HTC One owners received the KitKat update, and now the update is reportedly rolling out in Europe as well! In an initial tweet, HTC UK confirmed the update for those... in the UK (unlocked, Vodafone, O2 andThree). Shortly after this, another tweet indicated that the update would also be making its way out to other “select markets” over the next few weeks.
According to HTC’s Mo Versi, the Android 4.4 update for AT&T and T-Mobile versions of the HTC One has now received technical approval. An actual rollout is expected to begin shortly for both carriers.
Here comes the second One! Members of the media have begun receiving Invitations to the launch event of HTC’s next flagship.
The latest two images that supposedly show the HTC M8 surfaced on Google Plus, seemingly showing the device in a dark grey/gunmetal finish.
The Taiwanese company took to Twitter today to tease what appears to be a screen repair service that will be announced soon.
HTC is now offering a customizable version of the HTC One Double dip case, allowing you to choose a different color for the top, middle and bottom of the case.
Let’s do it again – you know how to do it, I’m sure you’ve done it before… at least a few times. I am talking about hitting the Check for Updates button in the system settings on your Android device. This time around, HTC One users in the Americas with Unlocked and Developer editions are getting a 312MB OTA update to Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat with an improved HTC Sense 5.5.
New alleged images of the HTC M8 leak, showing the dual rear cameras, two-tone flash, and onscreen navigation bar. The shots of the front of the device show onscreen buttons, but also a space between the screen and the speakers that’s occupied by HTC’s logo.