A new report says that HTC is going to launch a variety of smartphones in the second half of the year, including the HTC T6, HTC One mini (M4), HTC Butterfly S, HTC Desire 600 and 200. Read on for more details.
The Butterfly S, however, is more like a beefed up One. While no reliable specs are available, it is said to have a larger battery, Micro SD slot, and updated Snapdragon processor. Expect the phone later this month.
In this Friday Debate, we try to answer the age old question – which is better, stock or skins? Each camp has some good arguments, but ultimately it may be just a question of taste. Still, that probably won’t stop anyone from arguing.
An HTC 7-inch Android tablet is in the works, says Bloomberg. According to the same report, HTC decided to scrap the plans for a 12-inch tablet running Windows RT, due to concerns related to demand for the device.
HTC has indicated that it is considering options for existing HTC One owners who may prefer a stock Android experience over the Sense UI.
Earlier today we learned that the HTC One “Google Edition” is coming in late June. There is a lot to love about the HTC One GE, but there is also some sacrifice, such as losing some of HTC’s special features and software.
Google’s Sundar Pichai just announced the long rumored HTC One “Google Edition” – the device will run Android 4.2.2 AOSP and will be available starting June 26.
How important is brand loyalty to you when it comes to mobile devices? Is it a driving force behind your buying decisions, or just a minor consideration?
We call into question HTC’s One audio quality, after the company released a so-called Audio review featuring an overly enthusiast sound engineer. Is the sound as good as HTC claims?
Believe it or not, a blue HTC One is also said to exist, and it’s apparently planned for launch in the coming months, alongside the red edition. Read on for more details.