HTC has allegedly canceled several products that the company was planning on launching in 2013. Not only that, but component orders have also been reduced.
Apple has obtained another victory against Google-owned Motorola, as an ITC judge found in a preliminary ruling that the iPhone maker is not violating a Motorola proximity sensor patent (U.S. Patent No. 6,246,862).
evleaks, a source that has proven reliable in the past when it comes to HTC scoops, has revealed the supposed specifications of the HTC M7.
We’ve seen the special edition of Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD last month, the one that Verizon is saving for its employees. Now, get a hold of these images of the HTC Droid DNA after it’s given the same Verizon makeover.
HTC has confirmed via Expansys that it’s not going to release the HTC Butterfly in Europe. All HTC Butterfly pre-orders have been canceled by the retailer.
According to Taiwan Economic News, AUO will begin shipping 4.3 inch AMOLED panels in Q1 2013. HTC has already ordered all the panels due to come out of AUO’s factory in Linkou. Sony has expressed interest in the AMOLED panels as well.
The HTC One SV has already received FCC approval. It has been vetted for use with GSM bands 850 and 1900 as well as WCDMA bands II and V. Strangely, the documents don’t mention anything about it being approved for use with LTE.
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.