HTC has already announced a special media event for February 19 where it will reportedly unveil its new flagship device, dubbed the M7, and now it looks like we may have a release date for you.
A few days ago, a new report suggested that HTC is making a move against developers by taking down ROM websites that offer HTC firmwares for various devices, with one of such site being HTCRuu.com.
The fortunes of Sony and HTC make for a stark contrast. Sony has streamlined its branding and declared a clear premium device strategy focused on Android. HTC seems to be going in the other direction.
HTC has sent members of the press invitations to an event that will be held in New York City on the 19th of February. Know what that means? It’s M7 time!
According to DigiTimes, the Taiwanese supply chain website that’s chock full of rumors, HTC is going to announce the M7 next month at an event in London and ship it in late March.
We can imagine that most companies won’t have nice things to say about the competition. HTC isn’t exempted from this rule, as it lays down the smack talk on Android’s current golden boy.
While we’ve grown used to seeing info revealed about unreleased devices, HTC’s upcoming M7 is definitely a strong contender at the world’s worst kept secret in history.
With a few operating systems on offer for your mobile device, do you need more options to consider? Will any of the new crop be able to challenge Android?
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HTC is looking to reverse its fortunes in the market. Releasing better smartphones is a good first step, but we don’t think HTC’s latest move will help the company win new fans – or keep the old ones for that matter.