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 [...
T-Mobile has a new smaller screen tablet that customers can purchase that is called the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 LTE. The tablet supports 4G LTE connectivity as the name suggests and has a 7-inch display making it a smaller tablet. The big feature of this tablet isn't in the spec sheet; it's in the pricing of the device with the full retail price set at $129.99.
Is HTC finally getting its long wished for Nexus prominence? According to a recent tip, supposedly supported by well-known leak source Upleaks, HTC has just signed a contract with Google to be the maker of Nexus devices, most likely smartphones, for three years. Of course, Google never reveals such details until announcement day itself, so there's little to support that speculation.
HTC fans in the UK who have been wondering when they could get hands on the HTC 10 smartphone can now pre-order the device via Three. We have a few weeks to go before the smartphone will be delivered, Three shows the estimated delivery date to be Friday May 6. The HTC 10 will sell for 49 upfront and 38 per month.
HTC is scheduled to introduce a new model. After the HTC 10 and the HTC 10 Lifestyle, expect to hear more about the HTC Desire 830. It's still regarded as a rumor for now but as with most leaks, we have a feeling this will be revealed sooner than soon. There's nothing much to be excited about this new HTC phone but Desire phones still have something left to be desired.
HTC today revealed that it has knocked $100 off the price of its unlocked Android smartphone, the HTC 10 . Head to the HTC website ?between?now and the end of the month and you’ll find it priced at $599. Moreover, HTC is also offering a $100 credit in accessories with proof of purchase of the HTC 10 from any retailer or outlet.
Sony has announced a new color is available for fans of the Xperia Z5 Premium to purchase. The device is now available in pink and other than the new color; the smartphone is exactly the same as versions already available. Under the hood, the pink X5 Premium has a Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor. It will be available in selected countries only. The 5.
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.
The age of productivity oriented tablets, especially Android, might soon be upon us and Jide is one of the blazing a trail ahead. Its Remix OS 2.0, the latest version of its Android version "remixed" for PCs and laptops, is now making its way to Android tablets.
We're certain we may have missed a number of mobile hotspot devices from AT&T. The last one we remember was the Unite Pro mobile hotspot and portable charger combo released in November 2013. That's over two years ago but finally, AT&T has a new offer that's expected to withstand the test of time. The mobile carrier has just introduced its first-ever rugged mobile Wi-Fi hotspot--the Unite Explore.
The HTC 10 will soon be available from Verizon. That's something we've been anticipating since the new premium flagship phone was announced a few weeks ago. Pre-order started last April 29 and deliveries will begin on May 5, Thursday. Verizon announced that you can get the smartphone with a $27 month fee on atwo-year agreement. Retail price is $648.
CUPERTINO, Calif.—It's a big day for small phones. Today, Apple announced its anticipated “iPhone SE,” Apple’s first new 4-inch phone since the iPhone 5C and 5S were released in the fall of 2013. The phone is a throwback in a lot of ways.
The HTC 10 is finally out. We've got our hands on the device yesterday and we said it's the perfect One M7 reboot . We have yet to make an in-depth review but while we're busy tinkering with the phone, smartdon't let this information slip you: another HTC 10 variant is available. It's not an HTC 10 Plus but rather a downgraded version of the 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 820-powered flagship phone.
Aside from that, well, we really don't know a whole lot. Evan Blass, who's been known to be a reliable mobile source in the past, leaked what looks like the HTC M10 in white a week or so ago, but even that image doesn't quite align with the silhouette in HTC's teaser.
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.
The last HTC Nexus we saw was the HTC Nexus 9. It's not a smartphone but rather a tablet. More than a year after itsrelease, we're now hearing rumors that HTC is set to make the next Nexus phone. Since LG won't be making a new Nexus this year, Google is believed to be looking for another manufacturer. The Internet giant is said to be developing more Nexus devices.
Apple revealeda new phoneon Monday: the iPhone SE . It'snot a cutting edge phone. It takes Apple'scurrent-generation technology and sticks in a case that first went on sale in 2013. The iPhone SEcan't do anything previous iPhones haven't been able to do. Except that it retails for just under $400 without a contract.
In little less than 24 hours, HTC will be fully revealing its smartphone hand. Given its history in the market, its new grab for the virtual reality industry, and its unstable coffers, both fans and detractors, market watchers included, are keeping tabs on how that next champion will turn out.
Xiaomi has finally launched a new line of smartwatch. It's not exactly what we were expecting and have mentioned last week but just a new line for the kids. Officially called as the Mi Bunny Kids Smart Watch, this new wearable costs only 299 which is about $46. That's very affordable for a smartwatch but you know, it's only a simple version for the children.