The HTC One is definitely a pretty sturdy device. But how does it hold up when it’s abused with a key, kitchen knife, and mallet?
Today, we fight over discuss two amazing Android smartphones, the sleek HTC One and the feature-filled Samsung Galaxy S4. These are likely the best Android phones of 2013, and they will both draw huge followings. But which one is better?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is set to launch in South Korea tomorrow despite Samsung admitting to supply issues.
The T-Mobile HTC One S Jelly Bean update is finally available today, bringing the handset to Android version 4.1.1. Users are reportedly already downloading it.
What are the main advantages of the HTC One when pitted against the Samsung Galaxy S4? Where is the Galaxy S4 shinning when compared to the One? Join us for a full comparison.
An HTC One update, which includes camera enhancements, as well as some improvements in terms of performance and stability, is rolling out to European buyers.
An unconfirmed report is claiming that the HTC One X’s update to Android 4.2.2 in June will be the last it gets, meaning that it won’t receive Key Lime Pie.
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.