We have three new HTC phones popping up out of thin air over in China, and, although they don’t look very special, they could be part of the company’s new rebound strategy and therefore on show come September 19.
While HTC continues to flail and fumble its way into a competitive market position with the One series and an alleged tablet, the facts are clear: the company is seriously hurting. Today the company formally announced a lost revenue between July and August 2012. Those numbers? $804M in August, down from $835M in July.
HTC gives celebs One X Cushnie et Ochs limited edition
At today's HTC Frequencies II media summit, this two part shelled beauty was handed out. Unfortunately, it's for celebs only but admiring this from afar is a bit like watching the recent Mars expedition rover, Curiosity land on the red planet.
Mystery HTC device may be part of Big Red’s lineup
A 7-inch HTC Flyer 2 aimed at going head-to-head with budget-conscious Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire, but probably with second-edition Fire(s) and the iPad Mini as well, might become reality soon with some rather exciting tech specs.
At this point, owners of HTC Droid Incredible 2 on Verizon have moved on from worrying about whether or not the phone will get Ice Cream Sandwich to tapping their feet, waiting patiently for the upgrade to be pushed out. HTC has targeted August as roll out date for the new software, but obviously that didn’t materialize. Is the update still coming?
Verizon HTC 5-inch phablet to be announced during September 19 media event?
Now, only a few hours later we’ll tell you that HTC also decided to step up to the plate today and announce its own September media event, which is scheduled for September 19. Unfortunately for HTC, its invitations were dropped off in the mail after Apple’s invites were sent, thus the Taiwan-based Android device maker lost out on extra buzz around the event.
HTC Desire X pricing and availability revealed in the UK
Wondering when the HTC Desire X will become available? Wonder no more, we have the first indication of when and for how much you will be able to get the new Desire X. A listing went up on the Clove.co.uk online shop, revealing the Desire X’ price and approximate availability date.
HTC Desire X gets an official ‘first look’ video, still no pricing and ETA announced
We haven’t had the chance to compile a thorough review of the Desire X or even get some one-on-one time with it at the IFA 2012, but HTC has done us a favor and has put an official “first look” video of the phone up on YouTube.