Though it’s been official for almost a month, HTC’s One continues to be a big mystery. Initially expected out yesterday in the UK and a week from now in America, the 4.7-incher might see its dreams of glory crash and burn.
When HTC said that it’s done playing the role of a muted, though admittedly brilliant competitor, it looks like the company really meant it.
While the launch of the HTC One has been pushed, US customers will be happy to know that the ultrapixel camera module shortage will not affect the US release and is expected to be available from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint by the end of March.
Samsung spent significantly more than Apple to promote its mobile business in the US over the last year. HTC came third at a huge distance.
HTC just introduced the Developer Edition of the One, which ships with an unlocked bootloader and 64GB of storage. Some limitations apply.
According to mobile retailer Clove, HTC has now pushed back the release date of the HTC One smartphone in the UK to the end of the month. Sad face.
Is HTC’s latest audio technology, BoomSound, which can be found on the HTC One, all it’s cracked up to be? You decide.
According to a newly uncovered Bluetooth SIG listing, an HTC6445LVW is being worked on and likely headed to Verizon, based on the “VW” in the model number.
HTC One buyers will be able to customize their handsets online via the HTC Get Started service, from personalizing the look and feel of the smartphone to adding accounts, feeds and bookmarks.
Unlike movies and books, in real life Goliath (Samsung) has already triumphed over David (HTC) and will continue to do so. The question is why?