HTC’s One X smartphone has been pictured in press-shot form, days ahead of the Android quad-core’s official debut expected to take place at MWC 2012, and complete with dedicated Ice Cream Sandwich control buttons. The handset, previously known as the HTC Edge and Endeavor, is expected to run Android 4.0 and Sense 4.0 on NVIDIA’s Tegra [...]
We remain hopeful about HTC regaining its significance in the mobile industry but it's really up to the company to impress us with the next flagship phone. We don't really care if it's called HTC One M10 or HTC One 10 or simply HTC 10. We just want the next HTC to live up to the promises as being teased since early this March.
If everybody loves an underdog story, why aren't more people buying HTC phones? That's the question the Android stalwart must be puzzling over, having spent the past four to five years trying to figure out how to be "critic's choice" rather than "also-ran" in the smartphone space.
The OnePlus X breaks new ground for the young Chinese company. Making the X, OnePlus eschewed its usual formula of stuffing the best processor in a ridiculously cheap phone. Instead, it has repurposed the internals of its debut OnePlus One into a smaller phone with a lower $249 price tag. But in achieving that admittedly impressive feat, it's gone against its own mantra.
Leaks and rumors have become more or less a fact of life in some industries, like the showbiz and, of course, the mobile device sector. Sometimes, however, there are just some leaks that might be so bad that you wished they weren't true. And then the product's creator comes along to confirm it.
Dave: It has been nearly 6 months since I switched from my Galaxy Note 4 tothe Nexus 6p. Getting the chance to put the S7 Edge through its paces is a goodreminder of several features that are sadly missing from the 6p that I occasionallystill long for. Plus getting to play with the latest and greatest tech is always a perk.Dave: I receivedthe silverversion of the Samsung S7 Edge.
Following the trail of the LG K4 and K10 , the K8 LTE from LG will soon be available. The smartphone listed with a K350N model number was spotted on an official LG site—the local Hundary version where specs and features were listed.LG just announced the Android 6.0 Marshmallow powered K8 a few days ahead of MWC 2016.
Verizon sent me short term loaner unit of the LG G5 a couple weeks ago and I’ve been holding off reviewing it until I received the camera grip module. Since the grip module isn’t due to get here for another week or so, I thought I’d go ahead and split the review into two parts and post part one now that offers my initial impressions of the phone.
You could, perhaps, be forgiven a bit if you've forgotten for a while that HTC still hasn't announced revealed its hand in the smartphone rat race. With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, the upcoming launch of the LG G5, and the ongoing GDC 2016 event, most are probably distracted, if not inundated, with news and specs.
A few days ago, we told you that a “lite” version of the LG G5 has been spotted on TENAA. But it looks like LG isn’t the only OEM thinking of releasing a variant of the flagship that will have a lower processor/chipset and slightly different specs.
But first, the broad strokes. HTC is going to have 32 and 64GB versions, but both have microSD slots that take cards up to 2TB. While we're waiting on carrier pricing details, the unlocked version HTC will sell directly (pre-orders start today ) costs $699/£569.
Samsung is in full tease mode ahead of MWC kicking off in the coming days. Some of the teasers are focusing on what you can expect your next phone to handle while one of the coolest is about innovations that Samsung has made. The innovations video starts with a massive and bulky '80s mobile and ends up with a dude looking at a virtual starscape using a VR headset.
The HTC 10 may not exactly impress you the same way the other latest premium flagship phones did recently but the Taiwanese company still have others fans. The HTC 10 is still a worthy upgrade but if you think the $699 is too much, there's the lower variant in the form of the HTC 10 Lifestyle which should be more affordable.
HTC has taken the wraps off its latest and greatest flagship, the HTC 10 (yup, the company has dropped both the "One" and the "M"). But it isn't some grand reinvention of the smartphone—it isn't even a reinvention of an HTC smartphone. Instead, what we have here is the result of years of refinement from a company that's in sore need of a win .
HTC skipped revealing anything huge at MWC 2016 last week so that it could have its unveiling event all to its own. Considering what's at stake for the company, it could definitely benefit from some undivided attention. But just how critical is the "One M10" to HTC's business? Apparently, bad enough for its employees to lose sleep over and go on overtime a lot.
We may not officially know much about the upcoming new flagship from HTC, but what we do know is probably the resolution of the upcoming HTC 10 . That is because several real wallpapers for the device have been leaked, and based on their size, it looks like it will have 2880 x 2560 pixels with a Quad HD display .
Another year, another Mobile World Congress. And of course, another flood of new devices and new visions. Wading through all the news and hardware that landed in Barcelona this week can be a daunting task. So here we are to help distill a few of them into some of the best, or at least head-turning announcements that have inundated our news streams and maybe even social circles.
HTC had stopped listening, but it learned its lesson with the new HTC 10 . Back in 2013 HTC unveiled the flagship One M7, and was widely praised for its unibody design, purposefully different approach to phone photography, and overall user-experience.