What happens when the relatively newcomer in the Android stage is trying to take on the seasoned player, which admittedly has seen better days, but still got some fighting spirit left? Will the Oppo Find 5 emerge victorious against the HTC One X+? Let’s pit the two and find out.
Though HTC and Sprint have always been reluctant to talk about the timing of the Android 4.1 upgrade for the EVO 4G LTE, we’ve suspected for a while this was due before Christmas.
Going beyond specific devices like the Butterfly and the 8X, what’s going in the collective minds of HTC’s executives when they plan out smartphone (and tablet) designs, business strategies and corporate alliances? Chief product officer Kouji Kodera gives us a peek into how HTC is keeping two platforms — Android and Windows Phone 8 — in balance.
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has just signed Taiwan-based electronics maker HTC as the official partner for smartphones and tablet computers in a new three-year partnership deal. This covers both the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.
Back in September, those who rock the HTC One S received an incremental software update from T-Mobile, which saw their handset moving up to Android 4.0.4. While you’re not going to get Jelly Bean this year, the carrier is now pushing out a new update to your phone.
HTC has just announced a device for the UK market called the One SV. If you go back to February of this year, when HTC announced announced the One S, they pitched that device as a highly competent 4.3 inch Android smartphone. And it was, but it didn’t have 4G LTE. The One SV fixes that, but at a cost.
PlayStation Certification has been a right reserved for a select few Sony devices. Recently, HTC worked out a deal to get some of their devices PlayStation Certified. Now, HTC is adding three more devices to the list.
At long last, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel for HTC, one that emanates from the 5-inch display of the HTC Droid DNA, also known as the HTC Butterfly. Here’s the latest update on the flagship smartphone’s availability.
It’s been a while since the last time HTC officially tackled the “Jelly Bean situation”, and, with only one phone being currently upgraded (and rather slowly), you can say things aren’t looking good for people still on ICS.
Is HTC finally on the comeback trail after a forgettable year? It looks like Q4 sales are strong and the Droid DNA or J Butterfly has got people excited.