Watch the livestream of the Facebook Android event here and stay tuned for more coverage. Facebook Home and other surprise announcements are possible.
Likely in response to Samsung’s recent mid-range phone unveilings, HTC has finally taken the wraps off the Desire Q.
HTC confirmed the launch of the HTC One in Australia from April 23. The device will be available from most major networks including Telstra, Virgin Mobile, Optus, and Vodafone.
TELUS will be launching the HTC One on April 19. Will you be getting one?
Screenshots of the user interface of Facebook Home appeared online. The launcher is expected to debut on the HTC First, previously known as the Myst, at Facebook’s Android event tomorrow.
TalkTalk has the HTC One available for free in the UK, in both silver and black, with plans starting at £25 per month.
The HTC One’s features are highlighted by the company in the form of an infographic called “One Day,” showing the use of the smartphone during a full day.
The Chinese versions of the HTC One will differ from the models sold in the West, a leaked picture reveals. There’s no disputing that the aluminum unibody of the HTC One lend it excellent resistance to mechanical shocks (as illustrated in our recent HTC One drop test), but also a special look and feel that can’t be emulated through other designs. But the unibody approach has its own set of drawbacks, mainly the sealed battery, which cannot be replaced by the user, and the absence of a microSD card slot or of a secondary SIM slot. At least two of…
Still holding out for the HTC One? Good news! AT&T will be launching the device on April 19 and pre-orders for it will begin on April 4.
The T-Mobile HTC One sign up page recently got an update, adding a car dock to the package for early adopters.