A few days before the HTC One lands in the UK, some official accessories for the flagship phone have begun to trickle into stores.
Electronics retailer Best Buy teased the upcoming launch of the HTC One at its stores today. The HTC One will be available from network carriers AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Will you be picking one up?
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HTC has pushed back the release date of the HTC One in the Netherlands, possibly making the country the first UltraPixel shortage casualty.
Some rumors just refuse to die, and in the case of the Facebook phone, the HTC-built device is about to come and hit naysayers and doubters in the face.
Industry sources say that HTC is having trouble making enough camera modules for the new HTC One. As a result, the availability of the One could be severely limited in the next months.
Since the HTC One was launched last month, there has been quite a bit of excitement surrounding the extra software that it brought. One piece of software in particular is HTC Sense TV.
Although it won’t be officially launched in Singapore until mid-March, several mobile operators said that they will start selling the HTC One at the IT Show 2013 this week.
HTC One S owners on the Telus network should be receiving an OTA notification for the official update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with HTC Sense 4+, soon. Have you got it yet?
The HTC Sense 5 wallpapers are now available for download online, and they can all be downloaded here.