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It's tough in the mobile market. Really tough. And not just tough for start-ups trying to rival Apple and Samsung, but tough for industry mainstays like HTC. After a few years of wild growth and immense popularity, something turned for HTC. Sales grew weak, and despite the company pushing out absolutely phenomenal... Read more...
There are smartphones, and then there are beautiful smartphones. HTC's newest entrant into the mid-range U.S. market is certainly the latter. The company's One SV just made its official debut for Cricket Wireless, and it's easily one of the most gorgeous prepaid phones on the market today. This is a gently tweaked version of the One VX, offering... Read more...
Good news, HTC One S owners, your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is waiting in the wings. Well, sort of. HTC has reportedly begun rolling out the Jelly Bean software to WWE (WorldWide English) handsets, which are those that are mostly sold in European markets. If you're feeling impatient for the over-the-air (OTA) update to arrive, you can... Read more...
HTC's first love affair is with Android, but that doesn't mean the mobile handset and tablet maker isn't willing to flirt with Windows. That much was obvious when the company launched its Windows Phone 8X and 8S devices. Looking ahead, HTC also plans to a pair of Windows RT tablets. One of those will be a 12-inch tablet, according to Bloomberg.... Read more...
HTC has had some struggles over the past few years. Although the company continues to put out some really great looking phones, its struggles persist. The company has been affected by the launch of the iPhone 5 as well as declining prices in China. As a result, HTC has reportedly revamped its product roadmap for 2013. Citing industry sources,... Read more...
Mobile World Congress is quickly coming into view, and when it arrives, we expect handset makers to come out swinging with next generation devices that continue to push the envelope. HTC certainly plans on doing so. The company is reportedly waiting for MWC to reveal the well equipped M7, a new flagship phone that will take the torch from... Read more...
Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is closing in on three years old, yet it still holds less than five percent of the global smartphone market share. For a company with as much recognition as this, and as many marketing dollars to spend, that's fairly poor. With Windows Phone 8, the platform is evolving nicely, and the hardware that has shipped... Read more...
HTC 8X owners have begun to receive the first over-the-air (OTA) update for Windows Phone 8. The update introduces a persistent Wi-Fi feature, which prevents the handset from switching over to cellular mode after the display's been turned off, and also fixes a rebooting issue some HTC 8X owners had complained about. According to WPCentral,... Read more...
Your run-of-the-mill smartphone announcement usually involves the same old names, like HTC, Motorola, or Samsung. But one company you probably never heard of is Oppo. That's because Oppo doesn't really have much of a presence in the U.S. market, but it sure is looking to make a grand entrance with its Find 5 Android... Read more...
Had things gone to plan, AT&T would already be selling HTC's One VX smartphone, which was originally supposed to be available on November 16. For whatever reason, it didn't launch on the day AT&T announced, but don't despair. If you've been holding out for this mid-range device, you only have to make it through the week, as AT&T... Read more...
There was a bit of moving and shaking among the top OEM mobile players in U.S. market share, though not for the top spot. That position remains firmly in the grasp of Samsung, which now holds a 26.3 percent share of the mobile market, up from 25.6 percent last quarter, according to data collected from comScore's... Read more...
At the risk of inundating you with Cyber Monday deals that we know you're capable of digging up on your own (our readers are tech savvy, after all), here's another heads up on a bargain that seemed too good to sweep under the rug. Presumably for today only, AT&T is offering the HTC One X for just $0.99 with a qualifying data plan and two-year... Read more...
Handset maker HTC avoided following in the footsteps of Samsung by recently signing a 10-year license agreement with Apple, thus avoiding a drawn out battle over patents. Samsung, of course, took the other route and was nailed with a $1.05 billion verdict. Did that play a part in HTC's decision to settle with Apple?... Read more...
Your 65-inch high definition television probably boasts a Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) display. You know what else does? HTC's brand new Droid DNA, which is purportedly the first smartphone in the U.S. to scale that kind of resolution down to a 5-inch display. That works out to 440 pixels per inch (ppi), compared to 306... Read more...
Smartphone shoppers overwhelmed by the choices out there face an even tougher decision as HTC has added a pair of compelling options to AT&T's lineup. On the higher end of the smartphone spectrum is the quad-core HTC One X+, and for bargain shoppers, the HTC One VX is an affordable alternative that won't... Read more...
Not a moment too soon: AT&T has finally announced the pricing for the Windows Phone 8 devices it'll soon be carrying. Under a two-year contract, Nokia's flagship Lumia 920 will be sold for $99.99 - about $50 less than has been previously speculated. As an added bonus, AT&T will throw in a free wireless... Read more...
For whatever reason, HTC and Nokia unveiled their respective Windows Phone 8 devices without disclosing any pricing information, making it unnecessarily difficult to speculate how well they'll sell amid a sea of Android and iOS smartphones. Thanks to electronics retailer Best Buy, now we know. Best Buy tossed up a... Read more...
HTC finally saw fit to formally introduce its One X+ smartphone, which is the successor to the popular One X. The refreshed version looks pretty much identical to the original, but on the inside, it sports upgraded hardware, including a 1.7GHz Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA and a faster clocked GPU that runs at 520MHz... Read more...
It's nigh impossible to stay one step ahead in the smartphone race, because just as soon as you pick up a handset, a successor inevitably pokes its head into view. That's the case for HTC One X owners, who should probably stop reading right now. For everyone else, be advised that HTC's faster clocked One X+ isn't too... Read more...
Hot on the heels of Samsung's first WP8 phone, the ATIV S, comes HTC to one-up things by offering not one, but two competing devices, the 8X and 8S. The 8X is HTC's flagship Windows Phone 8 device, so we'll analyze that first. With its 5.21 x 2.60 x 0.39" dimensions and its weight of 130g, the 8X compares nicely to Samsung's Galaxy S III in... Read more...
Time will tell what kind of impact Apple's successful patent trial over Samsung will have on the rest of the Android community, but despite the swift billion dollar verdict, other Google partners aren't necessarily shaking in their boots. In fact, HTC, once a dominant force in the Android arena (much like Samsung is now), wants to make it... Read more...
With Windows Phone 8 set to debut soon, everyone’s chomping at the bit to figure out which manufacturers will debut what devices running the new version of the mobile OS. In addition to the no-brainer rumor that Nokia has (or is building) Windows 8 phones and that at least one will be available on Verizon (not shocking, but noteworthy),... Read more...
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