International HTC One S buyers might look at the black version like it’s humdrum, but if you’re an American who’s had no realistic choice but to get the gray T-Mobile edition , black is a rare and coveted thing. . . . → Read More: T-Mobile USA gives black HTC One S to hard-working staff, leaves other Americans turning green
Whether you travel a lot, have to deal with spotty coverage or straight up lead a double life, HTC has a new dual-SIM smartphone for you with the Desire V. The handset is a first of its kind from the company for its European audience, which is said to debut first in Ukraine at a cost of 3,800 грн (approx. $470) . . . → Read More: HTC Desire V makes its European debut with dual-SIM capabilities, keeps your affairs in order
So you’ve procured yourself HTC’s new super slim, 4.7-inch halo phone: the One X . By now, you probably have the device set up just the way you like it: applications configured, widgets in place and Adele ringtone set. . . . → Read More: Cyanogenmod 9 struts its stuff on HTC’s One X
Ooh, what do we have here? Japanese site Sumahon!! (a play on the word for “smartphone” in good, old Nihon) reports that HTC posted details about a new WiMAX -capable phone for KDDI to join the carrier’s WiMAX Samsung Galaxy S II — the HTC J ISW13HT. The company apparently jumped the gun, though, as the page has since been unceremoniously pulled — but not before the aforementioned site grabbed some screenshots . . . → Read More: HTC’s J ISW13HT WiMAX smartphone slips out for KDDI, quickly takes cover
While the supposed HTC One series variant destined for Sprint only just broke cover in a leaked PR photo yesterday , now there’s more concrete evidence of its existence in a few pics posted by Android Life . Still being referred to as the HTC EVO One, the specs listed are the same, with a 4.7-inch 720p screen, 8MP camera, Android 4.0.3 with the Sense 4.0 UI that we’ve already become accustomed to and that oh-so-familiar kickstand around back. According to the description, the hardware is up to the standards of HTC’s other One phones, and the software is predictably running “buttery smooth” . . . → Read More: Sprint HTC ‘EVO One’ gets some in-person pics, kickstand and all
Does your smartphone bill wave a Magenta flag? If so, then you should circle April 22nd on your calendar because rumor has it that’s the hallowed day HTC’s One S could touch down. Whispers of that purported launch date recently surfaced over at TmoNews , pegging the carrier’s exclusive dual-core S4, ICS handset for a Spring bow, although that tentative window could easily slip. . . . → Read More: HTC One S to join T-Mobile’s lineup this April 22nd?
Invasion of the One S chassis snatchers? . . . → Read More: HTC T328w to be the Wind beneath Chinese consumer wings?
Remember the Legend ? That, now ancient, lip-laden Android device has found a rebirth of sorts in the One V — HTC’s entry-level bid for budget smartphone dominance. Initially unveiled at this past Mobile World Congress, the handset was up for a hardware hands-on only , as its unfinished Ice Cream Sandwich OS wasn’t quite ready for primetime. . . . → Read More: HTC One V for Telus goes on the record with Sense 4.0 (video)
Amid the rush of news during HTC’s presentation at MWC was a brief mention of a Media Link HD accessory for wireless big-screen mirroring from the One S or One X . Fresh FCC paperwork suggests the device is on track for an April release and also highlights that it’s been revised since HTC’s first foible-prone attempt at a DLNA dongle: the Media Link HD does 1080p over 802.11n to any HDMI-equipped TV, instead of just 720p, and promises to mirror games as well as videos, photos and music. . . . → Read More: HTC Media Link HD display mirroring box gets FCC rubber stamp
Amid the rush of news during HTC’s presentation at MWC was a brief mention of a Media Link HD accessory for wireless big-screen mirroring from the One S or One X . . . . → Read More: HTC Media Link HD display mirroring box gets FCC rubber stamp