The good news for HTC fans is that the One’s camera is as good as or better than the iPhone’s.
HTC One’s current ETA for Europe is mid-March, but don’t be surprised if you’re going to see the bad boy in stores earlier.
HTC’s CEO Peter Chou reveals that the company plans to stick with Sense UI, that marketing was to blame for just about everything bad in the company and that it could release a tablet, but not just yet.
Is HTC poised to make a comeback, or should it relegate itself to being run-of-the-mill? We take a look at past mistakes, and where HTC is headed.
After the mixed reactions received by the HTC One, we take a look at what the Samsung Galaxy S4 needs to deliver to outshine the HTC flagship.
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
Popular case maker OtterBox is listing on its website three HTC One cases that are worth checking out.
Damian Dinning, tweeted yesterday about how he was unimpressed (to say the least) regarding the new camera in the HTC One.
As impressive as the specs are, it’s hard to tell whether customers will lap up the HTC One once it hits stores. But one thing is clear is that HTC has no problem convincing mobile operators worldwide to carry the phone.
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.