Category: HTC


HTC One arrives in gold, this time at a mass-market price

Last month, HTC announced a special edition HTC One made from 18-carat gold. There are only six in existence and they sold for around $4,500 each. Now, HTC is doubling down on its gold promise, releasing a mass-market version of the device with a similar hue (albeit in a lighter champagne) in a more affordable aluminum



Videotron launches the HTC Desire

The HTC Desire (2013) has officially landed at Quebec-based Videotron. This entry-level Android is available on a ‘reduced price’ of $29.95 (2-year term), or $349.95 outright – which makes it just above other competing carriers. More here at Videotron


Rumoured HTC One Successor May Pack Snapdragon 800 and 5-inch Display

HTC’s as yet unannounced M8 smartphone is rumoured to be the company’s flagship device for 2014. The handset cropped up in some leaked images late last week and now we’ve got some specs to go along with those photos. This info comes courtesy of reputable device leaker @evleaks, also known as Evan Blass, who is



SaskTel releases the Nexus 5 and HTC Desire 601

The famous “coming soon” label has been removed and SaskTel has officially added the Nexus 5 and the HTC Desire 601 to their lineup. Both run Android, Nexus 5 with KitKat and Desire 601 with Jelly Bean, and the prices are in line with what other Canadian carriers are selling them for – 16GB Nexus



HTC Desire lands at Koodo

The HTC Desire, not the one from a couple years ago, but the Desire ’601′ is now available at Koodo Mobile. This entry-level Android also launched at several other Canadian carriers, namely Rogers, Fido, Bell and will soon be available at SaskTel. The specs of the Desire is good for the price — $300 outright



Potential HTC One successor spotted in leaked photos

The potential successor to the HTC One, codenamed M8, has been spotted on Chinese forum, VR-Zone, and it looks to be an evolutionary change from this year’s flagship. Last week, evleaks claimed that the HTC One follow-up has been going by the codename M8 within the company’s walls; early leaks of the HTC One identified



Bell launches the HTC Desire

The HTC Desire is now available at Bell, and has proven to be a well-priced handset with respectable specs. The price is set the same as its competitors at $0 on a 2-year and $300 outright. As for specs, the Desire has a 4.5 inch display (540 x 960 resolution), a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a



Cheap and cheerful: four mid-range Android devices compared

There are a lot of smartphones out there, and I’ll be the first to admit we don’t do a great job reporting on the lesser-known ones. It’s always exciting to cover a powerful flagship with an extensive feature set, but many factors, from price to size, lead people to purchase cheaper, smaller, less powerful devices.