HTC and Cricket Wireless have announced the HTC One SV to meet your demands. The smartphone has some exciting features and will be available in stores from January 16 for $349.99.
With CES just a few days away and so many exciting fresh devices expected to launch soon, I’m sure that most of you wouldn’t even consider getting a phone before probing the new market. However, if there is one old handheld you should at least think about buying over the next few days, that’s definitely Verizon’s HTC Rezound.
We know the world’s first 1080p smartphone – HTC’s Droid DNA – is selling like hotcakes even straight from Verizon, where it goes for $200 with a two-year contract, so what could drive a retailer to savagely slash the phone’s price down to $120?
Although it’s hard to single out just one OEM who’s made a mess out of Jelly Bean updates when pretty much everyone has been involved in at least of couple of Android 4.1 snafus, you can’t argue against bashing HTC.
HTC’s CEO was recently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal. He admitted that their marketing is terrible and that 2012 was the worst year for the firm.
Unveiled back in November and already released in a couple of countries across the world, the HTC One SV is now up for grabs in the UK as well. For the moment, there’s only one British retailer selling the mid-ranger, Clove, but we are expecting others to follow suit soon.
Everywhere you looked some huge tech company was suing another or purchasing a company for its patents in 2012. While Apple vs. Samsung was the biggest story, it may not prove to be the most important.
A recent interview with an HTC exec revealed that the company sees the settlement with Apple as a beneficial move, which should help it focus on innovation in 2013 rather than patent litigation and software workarounds.
With CES just around the corner and MWC also very close, some of us hardcore tech enthusiasts can certainly say the holiday season is only beginning.
A few weeks ago HTC and Apple surprised the tech-loving crowds by announcing an unexpected settlement that put an end to the legal quarrel between the two, a fight that was largely won by the iPhone maker at the time.