Ever broken a phone? You drop it, the screen shatters, and you’re left with something resembling a device you loved five seconds ago. Getting them fixed can be expensive, too. HTC is teasing something new when it comes to smashed screens.
If you’ve been reading about HTC the past two years, you know their troubles. A failed partnership with Beats, diminished customer interest, and poor sales have dogged them. The One was/is a good handset, but failed to be the silver bullet they needed. Perhaps you’d just like to ask them yourself what’s going on. Now’s your chance.
Probably giving the HTC One its last hoorah, HTC has unveiled a way for users to customize the colors of their double dip cases. This should partly put an end to any envy that HTC One owners might have over the variety of options available in Motorola's Moto Maker.
With MWC coming up, we’re expecting HTC to announce the successor to the One. Though we don’t have an official name yet, the codename M8 suffices, and we’re finding yet another leaked photo of the device, again showing the front. Those who lamented to black bar running across the bottom of the previous leak — or HTC One — might be happy with this one.
HTC spent much of the previous year focusing on the flagship One. We've been watching the HTC rumors and leaks and lately those have been focused on the follow-up device, the HTC M8. But while the M8 is expected to be the flagship for 2014, we also know HTC plans to offer more options in the mid-range category.
HTC’s much anticipated followup to their flagship One has reportedly been leaked in photos again. It coincides with other photos we’ve seen here and there, but we’ve still not seen anything confirming it’s the next One. Expected at MWC in a few weeks, we’ll look to this as a reference for what we might get a look at.
Amidst rumors of a high-end tablet coming from HTC this year, it seems the company may instead be shifting to focus more on the mid-tier range. This doesn't necessarily mean a high-end device, possibly a Nexus tablet, isn't in the works. But overall, it seems HTC will be concentrating a bit more on devices that aren't the flagship.
It seems that one of the headliners for HTC's next flagship will be a pair of UltraPixel rear cameras, once again "confirmed" by this latest leak. This, however, has a slight, almost unnoticeable difference from the last leak, making us remember to take such images with a grain of salt.
In the spirit of patent licensing season, HTC and Nokia signed a patent agreement, but this act has more implications for HTC than your normal licensing pact. This has practically put an end to HTC's ongoing patent infringement lawsuits, not to mention losing streak, filed against it by Nokia.
Just hours after after making the promise, the much awaited and long delayed Android 4.4 update for Verizon's HTC One owners is finally rolling out. And considering how big this update is, which includes the latest Sense 5.5 version, Verizon happily provided a document that highlights this release's new features.