Japanese carrier KDDI has launched the latest HTC J Butterfly, a plastic handset with the One M8′s specs. Interestingly enough, the device has a duo camera setup, but without the utrapixel sensor.
This device is essentially a non-metal HTC One M8, but can the Taiwanese giant accomplish the same without the metal construction? They at least get close!
HTC has scheduled a press event for August 19th in New York City. While HTC doesn’t clarify what the event will focus on or if it will even have anything to do with Android, it’s certainly possible that we could see their Android Wear watch.
Sometimes good marketing is simply a matter of seizing the moment and showing that you care about your customers more than the next guy. That’s exactly what HTC did for a Reddit user who had a bad experience with a Galaxy S4 and the support he received from Samsung.
The HTC Desire 610 has now arrived to AT&T, priced at $200 outright or just $.99 with a two-year contract.
Users of the One (M8) in the United States are reporting the arrival of the Android 4.4.3 update on their devices.
The HTC Android Wear leaks are starting to heat up, but the manufacturer is ready to kill the fire with a bucket of cold water. Do you believe them?
Verizon has announced the HTC One Mini 2 is coming to their network tomorrow, rebranded as the HTC One Remix.
HTC has now introduced its Sense keyboard to Google Play, allowing them to update the app more efficiently.
What do you do when you want to build some hype for your upcoming product? Sure, you can just rely on @evleaks and hope for the best. But just to be sure, you can stealthily insert said product in an otherwise run-off-the-mill promotional video and then… just wait.