Category: HTC


Official press image: The ‘all-new HTC One’ heading to TELUS

HTC is poised to officially unveil their next flagship smartphone on March 25th. This currently goes by the codename of the “M8″ and the go-to-market name is expected to be “The All New HTC One.” A plethora of specs, pictures and videos have surfaced online and the main attribute is the dual cameras. Other rumoured



HTC’s fortunes flag as Apple rumoured to be poaching its engineers

HTC posted another poor showing in its February 2014 consolidated earnings details. The company posted approximately $238 million in revenue, down 36% from the same time a year ago, and 25% from January. The Taiwanese company is trying to weather the storm as it waits for the introduction of its newest smartphone, the all-new HTC


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HTC teases its most metal phone yet in latest ‘all-new HTC One’ promo

After sound comes body, according to HTC’s new Technical Translations video series, in which the company attempts to “educate” consumers on the simple advantages of its products. In what comes off as a variation of Apple’s famous “I’m an Apple, I’m a PC” campaign, Technical Translations pairs a charming everyman with a quirky scientist to



Rogers HTC One Mini upgrade to KitKat now available to download

Quick update for those who have the HTC One Mini. Rogers, as promised, has made available the upgrade to OS 4.4.2 KitKat. If you’re rocking this Android then you might want to check to see if it’s hit your device yet. Head to Settings >> About Phone >> Software update. Source: Rogers Via: HTC (Thanks


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‘All New HTC One’ name hinted in new BoomSound promotion

All this week, HTC has been teasing its upcoming flagship, set to be launched on March 25th in New York City. In its recent promotional video, the company promises better BoomSound from its stereo front-facing speakers, using the name “All New HTC One” in its marketing. While this doesn’t confirm the name, it lends credence


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Boring is the new black: why 2014 is the year of small changes

Yesterday, during Samsung’s first Unpacked 2014 press conference, JK Shin, the company’s head of mobile, said something that would have seemed out of place during the ostentatious, Broadway-scale Galaxy S4 unveiling a year earlier. He said, “Our consumers don’t want the most eye-popping technology, and they don’t want the most complex technology. Our consumers want durable


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HTC unveils mid-range Desire 816 phablet with on-screen buttons

HTC took to the Mobile World Congress stage this morning to unveil not its latest high-end device, but a so-called “mid-tier flagship” aimed at emerging markets — the Desire 816. This 5.5-inch 720p phablet sports a quad-core 1.6Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor, on-screen navigation buttons running Sense 5.5 (the Android version is unknown, but we think



HTC One successor tipped to be called ‘The All New One’

According to @evleaks, the HTC M8 will be called The All New One when it arrives in stores in April. It will also come in three colours: grey, silver and gold. Invitations for the simultaneous New York/London launch on March 25th were recently sent to journalists, confirming what we’ve seen in many, many leaks. The


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HTC Advantage debuts with broken screen protection for US customers

Sadly, this post benefits us Canadians in limited ways, but it’s worth noting that HTC wants to up its customer service game in 2014. Today, the biggest issue with HTC isn’t its hardware but its distribution. The company is often overshadowed by the deep pocketbooks of its competitors’ marketing, retail and PR campaigns, which has