The oft-rumored Facebook smartphone, the HTC Myst, is trying to get back on everyone’s radar. This time, the phone has been spotted paying the FCC a visit.
Holding out for the HTC One? Well, HTC has released a statement saying that its next flagship, the One, will be releasing in Europe next week with North American and Asia-Pacific getting the device before the end of April.
Apple’s iPhone carrier deals are under examination in Europe for potential antitrust abuse, although no formal investigation has begun.
HTC shows off BlinkFeed in two new videos posted on its blog. One video shows the way BlinkFeed puts the user in the middle of the action, while the second one demonstrates how easy it is to manage sources.
Panasonic is said to be considering selling its smartphone business, a report in the Japanese press says. What’s even more interesting is that potential customers are said to be HTC and TSMC.
Are you looking for a decent HTC dual-SIM phone? Good news, the HTC E1, previously known as the HTC 603e, is now available to pre-order in China.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that HTC One delays are due to HTC’s past defeats. The publication also reports that Peter Chou will step down if the One flops. Are you getting impatient for this device?
HTC had to react to the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, so it took its new One flagship to the people in Times Square while the S4 was being shown.
As much as HTC has been making the headlines of late, they have done so for all the wrong reasons. Specifically, for a component shortage that threatened to severely push back the launch of the company’s new flagship phone.
Following the release delays of the HTC One in several countries, we can now add the Middle East to the list of regions that won’t be getting the phone this month.