Category: HTC


HTC One M7 Sense 6.0 update now rolling out

As expected, HTC Canada has begun rolling out an update for its One M7 device today, bringing Sense 6.0′s improved camera and performance to Android 4.4.2. The build is 5.11.661.8 and costs 668MB. The company already rolled out the latest version of Android running Sense 5.5 back in January and, once again ahead of schedule, announced



Speck CandyShell cases for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 (video)

Every time a new flagship smartphone is released, accessory manufacturers scramble to release cases that match the personality of each potential user. Speck is a California-based company with a good track record for meeting in the middle of quality and value, and we got to take a look at its CandyShell line for the Samsung Galaxy



Tired of Sense? CyanogenMOD 11 is now available for the HTC One M8

Tired of Sense 6.0 already? Hell, it’s only been a month since HTC’s flat-tastic overlay impressed us with its smooth performance and lovely (if slightly self-conscious) design. But if you’re longing to return to the stylings of stock Android and whatever that entails, CyanogenMOD has your back. The well-funded business has just begun issuing nightly


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HTC One M8 leak shows it pretty in pink, may also come in red and blue

HTC is set to activate a few new One M8 colours over the next few months. As HTC struggles to return to profitability, the company is set to release more colour variants for specific carriers or retailers. @evleaks recently pointed out that the company would be coming out with red, blue and pink variants of the device



HTC ‘One mini 2′ could be the name of the entry-level M8

HTC’s next smartphone could be the rumoured “M8 Ace.” This is expected to resemble the flagship HTC One M8, but lack the trademark aluminum unibody and opt for a plastic casing. If true, the specs of the Ace will sport a 5.1-inch display with a 2.5GHz quad-core processor and tag along a price tag of



Google, Samsung and the fight for the microSD slot

It’s no accident that no Nexus devices since the Nexus One have included microSD cards. Google has been slowly chipping away at the usefulness (and viability) of using external storage within Android, both as a means to increase security, and a way to improve user experience. With the two latest and great Android devices in