It seems Google and HTC are putting together a keyboard case to make the HTC Volantis/Flounder a much more productive gadget.
The countdown to IFA has begun, and more info about the devices coming at the show surfaces every day. This week, Samsung teased us ruthlessly ahead of the Note 4 launch, HTC launched the 64-bit Desire 810 and hinted at the Desire 820, Sony’s new Xperia lineup leaked, LG launched the G3 Stylus, two new smartwatches landed, and Asus reminded us that it too has a wearable coming.
At 4.7 inches, the new iPhone could finally go toe to toe against current Android flagships, most of which feature displays of about 5 inches.
It turns out Sprint will be the first carrier in the States to bring the neat device to this side of the lake. Is the device really more affordable?
If you’re in the market for a device with all of HTC’s signature features at an affordable price point, you should check out this HTC Desire 610 review!
According to a new set of leaks from upleaks, the Desire 820 is actually powered by a Snapdragon 410. Meanwhile, HTC is said to have two smartwatches in the works.
AT&T has had to halt the Android 4.4.3 update to the HTC One (M8). Users have reported sever power drain issues just days after AT&T finally pushed out the update.
HTC has announced the HTC Desire 510. This addition to the Desire family offers HTC’s most affordable smartphone with LTE to date, packed in a mid range device with a 4.7-inch display and Snapdragon 410 processor.
In past years, IFA has been almost synonymous with the launch of the Note series, but this year we have lots of other cool stuff on tap. Here’s a brief preview of the news we expect to come out of Berlin next week.
Adding even more evidence to the HTC Nexus’ rumored existence, the tablet has now reportedly received Wifi certification.