Category: HTC

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Rogers releases the HTC One Mini

As promised, Rogers has released the smaller version of the HTC One, appropriately called the One Mini. This mid-range Android has an upgrade path that will see OS 4.4 KitKat arrive within 90 days, but for the time being runs 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The LTE-enabled One Mini has with a 720p 4.3-inch display, a 1.4GHz

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HTC Desire 601 now available at Rogers and Fido

The HTC Desire – also known as the Desire 601 – has been released by Fido. This entry-level Android is priced accordingly at $0 on 2-year or $300 outright. Certainly a good deal for the specs. The Desire has a 4.5 inch display (540 x 960 pixel resolution), LTE-connectivity, a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a 5MP

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Windows Phone GDR3 update reportedly rolling out to select HTC 8X users

We’re receiving reports that some Canadian HTC 8X users are receiving an update to Windows Phone GDR3. This is quite surprising since, though Microsoft had announced the update itself, no Canadian carriers committed to releasing it. At least one carrier we know of, Bell, has begun rolling out version 8.0.10501.127 to their 8X customers, bringing some

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HTC Desire 601 coming to Fido and Koodo Mobile

The HTC Desire 601 will be making the rounds at Canadian carriers. We already know that Bell and Rogers will be launching this entry-level Android in the coming days, plus it seems that Rogers’ sub-brand Fido is also hopping on board. A Tweet by Fido confirms their intentions to release it to their customers, unfortunately

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Rogers launching the HTC One Mini and HTC Desire 601 on November 4th

More smartphones are en route to Canada. Rogers just announced that they’ll be launching a couple HTC devices, unfortunately not the One Max, but the Desire 601 and the One Mini! The HTC Desire 601 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, has a 4.5 inch display (540 x 960), a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a 5MP camera

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What comes after One? HTC’s Peter Chou promises tablets and wearables

If there’s one major injustice in the smartphone market, it’s HTC’s recent lacklustre sales record. The Taiwanese company was the highest-selling Android manufacturer in 2009 and parts of 2010, only to be surpassed, lapped and beaten to a pulp by Samsung in successive years. Since then, its market share has been overtaken by other OEMs

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