More than 2 million people “reserved” the device at a large online retailer, and, according to HTC’s official Weibo account, 50,000 units were sold in the first 15 minutes of the E8’s availability.
HTC has now updated its Gallery app, bringing the ability to adjust UFocus for the M8, while also introducing a few new features for other devices with Sense 6.
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4.3 landed, Sony launched the T3 and HTC launched the E8, the Galaxy F supposedly leaked, Apple got everyone talking, Samsung finally released a Tizen phone, Google updated several apps, Asus unleashed a ton of devices, and the Project Tango tablet made us all drool.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
After rolling out to T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon — AT&T users have reported that the HTC One M7 Sense 6 update is now reaching their devices as well.
The recently announced HTC One E8 has mostly been seen in nothing more than press renders. Looking for a more detailed look at the new device? Here’s your chance.
Some users demand more from their devices, not just specs and quality. Those looking for a fashion statements can now have the HTC One M8 in new colors.
Android 4.4.3 is now rolling out to Nexus, Google Play Edition and Motorola devices. You may want to start checking for updates if your device is in line!
HTC has published its sales figures for the month of May, and it’s not exactly the good news we were hoping to hear.
For folks who prefer plastic over metal, HTC introduced today the One (E8), a One variant packing a polycarbonate body and a 13MP camera that will be priced “very competitively.”
This week in your world of Android: the LG G3 landed in style, more rumors about HTC’s M8 Ace and M8 Prime emerged, Samsung introduced its Simband, Google released updates for Maps, Camera, and Android Device Manager, we saw the first hands-on video of Android Wear, and we learned more details about Android TV.