The HTC First has launched as an exclusive on AT&T today for $99 on a new two-year contract with the mobile operator. Are you excited?
HTC is on a mission to convince you that the Android-powered HTC One is the one and only smartphone that you will ever need through a parody ad with James Van Der Beek.
The HTC First not only represents the first pre-installed Facebook Home phone experience, AT&T is also targeting it as their flagship handset this spring.
It’s no longer a secret that HTC had to delay the initially planned One release because of component shortages, but thankfully it seems the Taiwanese have finally managed to iron out all the kinks and get the phone ready to fulfill its destiny.
If you’re willing to disown your current carrier and convert to Spring, the mobile operator will offer you an HTC One for a mere $99.
HTC has announced that it has made the source code for the HTC One model available to developers in its Developer Center.
The HTC One is now available to pre-order on Telus for $149.99 on a new three-year contract, or for $650 if you want to pay for it outright.
With the imminent arrival of the HTC One, the prices of the company’s 2012 flagship devices, the HTC One X and the One X+, have been slashed.
The Facebook Home APKs that were leaked this morning have been disabled by Facebook. Users report a blank screen that only displays their profile picture.
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