Almost one month ago, HTC officially introduced the HTC Explorer, announced as the most affordable HTC's Android smartphone. The device is finally available for purchase in UK from famous mobile retailer Clove, who is offering the device for £192 ($307) without contract. Rumor has it that Vodafone UK and ThreeUK will sell the Explorer sooner or [...
This weeks is a Windows Phone and selfie week. Just a while ago, we saw Samsung unveil the selfie-friendly mid-range Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 , both with front LED flash. Also this week, we saw the Microsoft Lumia 640 and the 640 XL appear in Cricket and AT&T, respectively.
HTC is serious with making more money after revenue fell down by 40% a couple of months ago. The company has a number of monetization plans including building apps where ads can be injected. Another effort is adding advertisements into the BlinkFeed Android news reader which can be annoying for some users.
HTC's all about itsOne M9in the West, but we know many of our readers would rather have the slightly bigger and more powerfulM9+. While chances of the latter device escaping Asia are slim, a mysterious plastic variant dubbed "M9e" brings us new hope, courtesy of China's TENAA certification database.
OnePlus has announced that the latest version of its OnePlus One has landed in India and it is exclusive to Amazon.in. The exclusive device is a 16GB OnePlus One smartphone in silk white color. The white back cover has a soft and smooth texture and is made with materials taken in part from cashew nuts. The smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor under the hood.
HTC has already confirmed that it will officially reveal its next generation One smartphone at Mobile World Conference in a little over a week, but it seems like one German retailer jumped the gun and accidentally posted the specs and official images on their website early. While the product pages on Cyberport's site for the HTC One M9 have now been taken down, it just wasn't quick enough.
But you didn’t see anyone lining up to buy a Samsung, or anything other than an iPhone, in those days.Things started to change with the first “Next Big Thing” spot. Just like Apple poked fun at Microsoft with its “I’m a Mac” campaign in the 2000s, Samsung’s goal was to tap into the same strategy — a little guy taking swings at the dominant player in the industry — and for a while it worked.
When HTC's first One phone launched in 2013, it was praised as being the most gorgeous Android phone yet. It's still the only Android device to feature a unibody aluminum frame with build quality similar to the iPhone, and now the company is getting ready to launch a new version of the One next month.
While HTC fans are anticipating for the arrival and announcement of the HTC One M9 at the upcoming Mobile World Congress ( MWC 2015) in Barcelona next month, HTC is also believed to be working on a new variant of the One (M8) . Rumor has it that there will be a One M8i, a mid-range smartphone version of its flagship brother.
There are moremusic streaming appsthan the world needs. But there hasn't really been a streamlined experience for electronic dance music listeners until now. Most of the popular apps -–Spotify, 8tracks andPandora-– have a plethora of dance music tracks and amateur playlists to choose from, but they're not dedicated to the fist-thumping, bass-pounding needs of a dance music lover.
If Three's owner Hutchison Whampoasuccessfully buys O2, the pair could wield even greater power in the UK than we thought. Less than a week after Sky announced plans foran O2-powered mobile network, Dixons Carphone is doing the same -- but this time it's struck a deal with Three.
Let them stare. That's what HTC just told us through a teaser recently posted on Twitter. The new HTC One, possibly the HTC One M9, will finally be revealed on March 1, 2015, Sunday. We're expecting an announcement at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This is good news for those HTC fans who've been waiting for the new flagship phone.
That phone you were no longer interested in is now officially dead to us all. In making their announcement of the new Pixel, and revamping their online hardware portal to reflect all they’ve got to sell you, Google also quietly discontinued selling the Nexus 5. The device was originally kept on as an offering to those who wanted Nexus, but didn’t want to tote around a 6-inch screen all day.
EE was thefirst mobile network to offer 4Gin the UK, and now, more than two and a half years later, it's still easily the most popular. The company has accumulated 10 million 4G customers, beating the numbers last reported byThree,O2andVodafone. It's a huge lead and one that will please BT, which is in the midstof buying EE's business.
It's been nearly a decade, butBT is officially returning to mobile. Aftermonths of talks, the landline and broadband giant has confirmed it will pay £12.5 billion to acquire EE, the UK's biggest operator.
Google has announced that Android TV has finally made its way to Japan. The product that brings Android TV to Japanese fans is the Nexus Player, a collaboration between Asus and Google. The launch of the Nexus Player in Japan marks the first time that the device has been offered to purchase outside of North America. Japanese fans will be able to purchase the Nexus Player at the end of February.
As speculated before, HTC is indeed coming out with a wearable together with its new fitness partner, Under Armor. Here at MWC 2015 , we saw on HTC's floor, not at a smartwatch, but at a no-nonsense smart fitness device. The HTC Grip, like the HTC One M9, is a curious beast, simple, somewhat ingenious, and probably too plain, all at the same time.
HTC may be busy introducing new phones left and right but truth is, the company is losing money. Revenue the past months went down by 40 percent but HTC is still hopeful that sales will improve especially after the new models are launched. Some of the new HTC phones launched the past weeks include the One ME More units are being prepped and being leaked like the HTC J Butterfly and the HTC WF5w .