There’s plenty of 1080p competition for the HTC Butterfly (aka J Butterfly, aka Droid DNA), but it’s obvious the battle for supremacy will be carried against Sony’s Xperia Z.
The latest star of a rumor bonanza is codenamed M7 and is supposed to be HTC’s next spearhead. While we’re not expecting it to come to light before the end of February, we already know a great deal about the phone, which is why we’ve decided to gather all the intel in one place.
While the EXIF data of the image doesn’t include the resolution, similar images from the stream of user sq030 show a resolution of 1520 x 2688, or about 4.1MP.
Farewell M7, hello HTC One? HTC has a problem with creating and maintaining a well-defined brand image.
New reports in the Taiwanese media are suggesting that HTC engineers aren’t happy about the fact that for the last year they have been forced to work long hours without being paid any over time.
It looks like a new HTC handset has appeared over at TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the FCC. The mid-range handset is known as the HTC 603e and is believed to possibly be a successor to the HTC One SU.
We have the alleged full specs and a leaked image of the LG Optimus G Pro. Based on them. does LG stand a fighting chance against the Galaxy S4 and the other heavyweights?
As we near the expected unveiling date of HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the company has released a new teaser picture that hints that something of a Frankenstein proportion is coming out of its lab.
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.