Building hype around unreleased phones before making them official has always been HTC’s thing, but is it safe to say the Taiwanese have gone a bit too far this time around?
An analyst reveals that HTC is dealing with some serious M7 manufacturing problems which could affect the launch of the next-gen flagship smartphone.
An interesting post has appeared on the official HTC blog, stating that a new sound and camera experience is heading our way in 2013. Is HTC aiming to steal the camera crown from Nokia’s 808 PureView?
What’s the most preposterous, absurd yet fascinating legend you have ever heard of? The legend of Atlantis? The Loch Ness Monster? Unicorns? Bigfoot? How about the “Facebook Phone”?
HTC is planning to offer smartphone customization at point-of-purchase, but will still have to determine viability, given higher production costs. Are you willing to pay a premium for a phone with your choice of hardware, software and other extras?
With many still trying to make sense of the HTC M7’s ultrapixels camera, though it’s yet to be confirmed, more details of the phone have surfaced online, this time giving hints to its availability in the UK and Germany.
North Korea’s most beloved leader is supposedly a fan of the Android operating system. As reported by a South Korean newspaper, Kim Jong Un has been recently photographed while using a smartphone running Android.
HTC wants you to forget about megapixels and instead drool over the “ultrapixels” of its new M7 smartphone.
HTC Corp, the struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker, has revealed that it expects its revenue to be somewhere between flat to 17 percent lower when compared to the last quarter of 2012.
While there’s no shortage of free games available for Android devices, more is always better, right? Thanks to HTC and Playstation Mobile, owners of select HTC phones will be offered a free game a week until the end of February.