Back when the HTC One was known to the media by its M7 codename, there were two other HTC phones rumored to come our way in the first half of 2013. These were dubbed M4 and G2 and looked like smaller and more modest cousins of the company’s latest flagship.
With GS4’s release looming on the horizon, it’s time to take a look at the newest HTC One ETAs for some of the world’s most important markets – US, Canada and Europe.
During the recent Facebook Home event, a HTC spokesperson revealed that the HTC One Developer Edition will be available for pre-order in the next few days and that it will go on sale from April 19th.
The HTC First will be the first smartphone to come with Facebook Home preloaded, available starting April 12 for $99.
At the Facebook Home event, HTC’s CEO Peter Chou took the stage to present the HTC First. Check out the specs and features of a phone that was designed to put “a user’s friends and family at the center of their mobile experience.
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.
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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.