According to data collected by DRAMeXchange, Samsung is leading the field yet again with a 30% share of the smartphone market in the first quarter of this year. Apple and other manufacturers are failing to keep pace.
Facebook Home was meant to show both the public and investors that Facebook understood mobile. A week into the experiment, and for now, Facebook Home looks like becoming a failure.
Now that the long-rumored “Facebook Phone,” aka. the HTC First, has been released, it’s time to ask: well, is it actually any good? Read on for the answer.
An HTC One RadioShack offer has been put in place for customers buying the smartphone with a new Sprint or AT&T contract, giving them $50 in Google Play Store credit.
The HTC One unlocked models – the 32 GB model and 64 GB Developer Edition – are now available to buy from HTC’s online store, giving us hope that HTC has solved the availability issues it was facing.
The Black Stealth HTC One model has been spotted online with both AT&T and Sprint, but neither carrier has it in stock for now.
HTC is rumored to launch the midrange M4 this June, with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch display and Ultrapixel camera all in a metal alloy chassis.
HTC has created a device which they have quite aptly named the HTC Mini, designed to help you conquer your phablet problems. Is the HTC Mini the solution to your phablet woes?
The HTC Desire L has been made official by HTC in Taiwan, a low-end device, almost identical to the HTC One SU the company is selling on the Chinese market.
HTC announced that the unlocked and developer HTC One models will be shipping later than expected due to some “shipping issues” but they’ll reach buyers by the end of April.