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HTC Butterfly 3 specs leak, probably for Asian market only

As with the previous two smartphones in HTC’s Butterfly product line, rumors are pointing to a device primarily targeted towards Asian markets. We haven’t heard much in the way of specs for this upcoming device. But that was before it was tagged via a Compubench benchmark test. Now we have a good idea of what the device will look like on the inside.

HTC ad pokes fun at Samsung, iPhone owners in new ad

When you make ads that poke fun at your rivals, sometimes it can hit the mark and be hilarious rather than catty (see early Samsung ads mocking Apple) or it can totally fail and not be funny at all (see latter Samsung ads mocking Apple, still). Based on initial feedback to this new one from HTC, it looks like it fall under the second category with their "Cellami" YouTube video, which mocks both Samsung and iPhone owners.

Signup for HTC Vive Developer Edition now open, free for devs

HTC joining the virtual reality game was a surprise to everyone at the Mobile World Congress last month. Taiwanese tech giant HTC partnered with Valve to bring the Vive VR headset perhaps to compete with Oculus, Samsung, and Google. We learned just before March ended that it's heading out free to developers. The time has come and HTC Vive Developer Edition is now ready for signups from willing developers.

Software update for T-Mobile, AT&T HTC One M9 now available

A couple of weeks ago, Taiwanese phone maker HTC has finally responded to the complaints of One M9 owners who were saying that the camera's 20 megapixel sensor couldn't handle low light situations and macroshots. That's a bit frustrating because of our high expectations but at least there's less noise, more vibrant colors, and more details can be captured. Good thing a software update was released and it did improve photo quality and some photos were even showcased for comparison.

HTC One M9+ and E9+ launched in India

HTC's new flagship, the One M9 hasn't yet made its way to India after being officially released in the US just a few days ago. But what they've gotten is the HTC One M9+, a bigger screen version of the flagship, and the One E9+, with both to be released next month. The OEM has also introduced their HTC One Privileges program, but just for the One M9+ users, where they get one-year insurance for their device.

HTC One M9+ pairs a 2K display with a MediaTek chip

HTC has indeed finally revealed the One M9+, the symbol, not the word, and so far all of the leaks and tips have been pretty much spot on, leaving nothing to the imagination. Perhaps except for one rather surprising item. The One M9+ would have almost trumped the One M9 in almost all aspects save one. The processor. Perhaps to keep costs down after plugging in higher end components, HTC has chosen to go with MediaTek here instead of the Qualcomm that runs the One M9 flagship.

HTC to offer possible car integration with HTC Cello

We’re reading a Reddit thread whose author has shown what looks to be a legit HTC Release Note showing that the Taiwan-based tech company could possibly be working on a device coded at this point as the “HTC Cello”. The big thing about it is that the device could be a strong competitor to Google’s very own Android Auto, with the Cello purportedly having more features than Android Auto has.

HTC replaces Blinkfeed app with Sense Home

The highly anticipated new flagship from HTC isn't out in the market yet, but they're already giving users a preview of what to expect from the HTC One M9 by changing the Blinkfeed app into a different creature altogether. When you update you Blinkfeed now, it will turn into HTC Sense Home, which is one of the main features they were bragging about regarding the soon-to-be-released (hopefully) smartphone from the OEM.
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