After a series of unfortunate delays, the HTC One is now up for grabs in HTC’s home country of Taiwan.
Facebook wants to replace the conventional Android homescreen with its own application. HTC will deliver the first phone with the new app, but other manufacturers are in the pipeline.
Talk about commitment to a cause. Not a noble cause, but still. You have to give it up for the makers of the latest Chinese clone, which doesn’t only replicate the original’s design, but also its name.
The first fiscal quarter of 2013 has not ended yet, but we already have a good idea what phones will be battling it out throughout the year for the Android crown.
There are those that like using smartphones and there are those that like taking them apart! The iFixit team falls into the latter category and this time they have the HTC One in their sights.
Facebook has issued press invites for an April 4 special media event during it will show its “new home for Android,” or what is rumored to be a Facebook phone running a forked version of Android.
In our HTC One vs iPhone 5 drop test, we tried to simulate some of the mishaps that can happen in real life to a smartphone. Two aluminum clad devices – who will be the winner?
The HTC One is set to arrive in Taiwan on March 29, but the stock apparently will be quite limited.
After a series of poorly selling phones, HTC has adopted an all-or-nothing approach with its latest flagship, the HTC One. Does the One have what it takes to bring the company out of its slump?
Remember when the HTC One was due for a UK release on March 14? Good times! We actually thought HTC was on its way back to the top and Samsung was in big trouble.