According to the latest software updates schedule that Telus has posted online, the HTC One S, the Samsung Galaxy S2 X 4G and the Galaxy Note will all get upgraded to Jelly Bean soon.
While sales might not have been as high as HTC and Verizon hoped, there are still plenty of fans of the DNA, so for those of you using the phone, we’ve got 11 tips and tricks to get the most out of it.
A rumor mill favorite for January has been the HTC M7 and Sense 5. While we don’t have any more potential M7 pics, we were able to find a photo of the HTC Droid DNA running Sense 5.
If you own an HTC One X on Telus, you may want to check your phone for an OTA update that will bring the handset to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. More details about the update inside.
According to the latest report from Counterpoint Research, the top 2 spots in the U.S. handset market are held by proponents of Google’s mobile OS, Samsung and LG.
Imagine a world where Samsung and LG made nearly identical devices. Weird, right? Think of your Android world without manufacturer skins on the device. What would life be like without HTC Sense? What if carriers didn’t add bloatware? If everything was pure Android, would you still be interested? Let’s ponder a world where all Android devices were the same OS; no skins, no bloatware, no fun?
While HTC’s next flagship phone, supposedly codenamed M7, has been making the rumor rounds for quite some time, today is by far the most ridiculously filled-up day with “leaks” and speculations.
Several new photos of HTC’s M7 have leaked, and guess what, they look like HTC’s current flagship device, the DNA/Butterfly. So will the M7 be special or just another HTC device?
The mystery HTC device bears the PL80110 codename, which closely resemble the codename of the HTC One SV on Cricket, PL80120.
We’ve already seen a bevy of leaks concerning the HTC M7, but there’s one issue that is a bit controversial – the display technology.