HTC is extending its Advantage warranty program with new benefits and a longer validity period. The new program is called Uh-Oh, and while the name is funny, the benefits it offers are nothing to laugh at.
HTC is counting down to its live announcement that will happen tomorrow at 9am PT. No details have been outed regarding the contents of the announcement, though HTC teases the word “Uh-Oh” on its website.
Ahead of the upcoming One M9 launch, HTC has published three new apps to the Google Play Store which will not only be present on the One M9, but will be available for devices running Sense 7.
HTC has just released its new Fun Fit app to the Play Store for devices running Android 4.1 and up.
HTC’s Jason Mackenzie outed on Twitter that the company has some One M9 news for U.S. customers this week.
HTC has released a selection of promotional video to help walk you through the latest and greatest features packed into its One M9 smartphone.
It’s been a fun week in the world of Android. Google finally dropped Android 5.1 and it’s more than just bug fixes. New features may also be coming soon to Android Wear. We heard more about Samsung’s hot new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, including talk about an Active version featuring a massive battery. More rumors about LG’s and HTC’s next hero devices emerged, and Google has released a cheaper and nicer Chromebook Pixel!
HTC North Asia General Manager Dong Junliang has confirmed that a 64GB HTC One M9 will launch alongside the 32GB model in Taiwan on March 16th.
Last year’s One E8 was the plastic equivalent of the top-of-the-line M8. For the E9, which just broke cover thanks to China’s TENAA certification agency, HTC appears to be shaking things up quite a bit.
HTC Chief Marketing Officer Idris Mootee recently expressed his opinion on Samsung and Xiaomi, having not so nice things to say about either company.