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DxOMark outs ratings for HTC One M9, mild improvement from M8

DxOMark is one of the industry leaders in providing hardware ratings for photo imaging and video for mobile devices. Basically, they test the heck out of the device and rate it according standards based on common attributes in cameras – including contrast quality, color capture, autofocus capabilities, texture, noise and artifacts in the images, among others. Their most recent target is the current HTC flagship, the HTC One M9.

HTC One ME9 photo leaked, compatible with a DotView Case

Another day, another leak from Upleaks. It seems that any piece of information from the master leaker is considered true because this mystery guy hasn't really posted anything that didn't turn out to be a false report. Just yesterday, we featured the Sony Lavander as earlier shown off by @upleaks on Twitter.

HTC One M7 Verizon users to finally get Android Lollipop

The darling of HTC's eye may currently be their new flagship, the One M9, you still can't discount the original One M7, which some users still swear by. However, if you're a Verizon subscriber, one of the drawbacks to having this "classic" handset is that you're still stuck with the previous Android KitKat update, while you see users from other carriers enjoying their upgrade. Well, the wait is now over, as Verizon has announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop is finally arriving for HTC One M7 owners.

HTC developing a game plan, lists goals for monetization

Ever since that news of HTC's revenue going down last April, we're curious as to how the Taiwanese company will be able to cope up with the loss. The brand is still hopeful because there are other models to sell but HTC should learn from the way they launched and the timing of the One M9. Not that the new flagship phone is not worthy of our attention, it's just that there are thermal issues, no thanks to the Qualcomm S810 processor.

Android Community Weekly Digest: May 10, 2015

The past days were definitely for the history books, with some rather controversial news. T-Mobile goes after Verizon. The HTC One M9 fails to bring in the cash. Google's Project Fi messing with Google Voice. And Cyanogen, Inc. might start looking a bit like the bad guy. Of course, it's not all bad news, as Android Lollipop jumps to almost 10 percent last month. And the LG Watch Urbane turns out to be a repair-friendly wearable. All of these in your latest edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from May 4 to May 10, 2015.

HTC Lock Screen gets Material Design, new features

If you have an HTC device, then you must have been happy when sometime last year, they launched an app on Google Play Store that was just previously available for the newer smartphones like the HTC One M8. The HTC Lock Screen is pretty useful for those who are tired of constantly unlocking and then locking their phones, as it enables you to still access certain functions and features even without unlocking your device. A new update to the app brings even more useful features, particularly if you love to travel and go around places.

HTC revenue down by 40 percent last month

HTC could be going down. Well, it's too early to say but sales are hurting. Revenue declined by 40 percent this April and reason could be because of the Qualcomm S810 processor bringing some thermal issues to the new HTC One M9. The latest premium flagship phone seems to have not helped the Taiwanese company despite all the hype and marketing (and the bashing too).
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