The HTC Lock Screen from Sense 6 is now available as a standalone app in the Google Play Store. HTC Lock Screen brings the best of HTC to your device, with quick access to your favorite and recent apps, as well as instant access to Blinkfeed.
AT&T objected to Amazon using HTC for a low-cost phone.
HTC Double Exposure event on the books for October 8th. The name and invitation imply photography, but there are a few viable devices that HTC could be bringing to the show.
Court docs from Nividia mention the HTC Nexus 9 as a Tegra K1 powered device which will arrive in Q3 of this year.
Android folks, what a wild ride this past week has been! IFA brought us ton of new devices, and many of them are really good. With the refined Note 4, the wild Note Edge, and the semi-bizarre Gear VR, Samsung showed why it’s the number one force in mobile hardware. Sony delivered more improvements to its Xperia lineup, and we really loved the amazingly thin and light 8-inch Tablet Z3 Compact. LG and Asus came with new and intriguing smartwatch designs, HTC went 64-bit with the Desire 820, Huawei went nuts (in a good way) with the Mate 7, and Motorola finally brought its 2014 lineup to light.
Saving your money for the rumored HTC smartwatch? You might want to reconsider how you use those funds, as the project may have been killed.
The new Desire 820 is the spiritual successor to the Desire 816 in a category that HTC calls premium mid-range. The 816 did really well in the markets it was released in, and HTC hopes for a repeat performance with the 820.
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.