Galaxy S III and as of today they have announced another for the HTC One.
HTC hasn't always been the most popular Android handset maker and while the One appears to holding its own, the same can't be said about a previous handset, the HTC Thunderbolt. Without getting into any specifics, it appears as if one HTC employee has recently taken to the web and offered an apology of sorts.
HTC One flagship smartphone. With a stunning aluminum design, front facing Beats Audio speakers and a quad-core processor. Today it looks like HTC might be continuing the front facing speaker trend, but for their budget friendly devices. Below is a newly leaked device going by the name HTC 608t, and it has some pretty mid-range specs.
T-Mobile has the HTC One available, however those making a purchase direct from the carrier will be doing so under the new UNcarrier approach. Basically, that is to say you will be getting the One with an initial downpayment and 24 additional monthly payments. The UNcarrier set up includes the newer Simple Choice Plans, however we suspect some may still prefer the Classic plans.
T-Mobile on the official HTC One S software update page about the Jelly Bean update being ready, however we are seeing reports coming from those with a device in their hands. We still need the official word from the carrier, however if you are carrying a T-Mobile branded HTC One S -- you may want to check for an update.
and reported a few details regarding a lawsuit from Nokia aimed right at HTC and their new flagship One smartphone. The word on the street was Nokia sued over some microphones in the One, and received an injunction against the smartphone. However, today HTC has confirmed that isn't accurate and their smartphone will continue to be available worldwide with no further delays.
HTC One first came available with T-Mobile back on April 19. Coincidentally, that was the same day the handset came available with AT&T. The catch with the T-Mobile availability though, as of the 19th the handset was available online only. As of today however, the HTC One is now available in retail stores.
HTC One is rolling out at the moment that will bring the device a plethora of new features. The update, labeled version 1.29.401.13, is set to be released in waves, so if your device doesn't receive the update today, it should be receiving it within the next week or two. The update brings several enhancements to one of the major selling points of the HTC One, its Ultrapixel camera, and it also brings improvements to the device's performance and stability.
HTC One coming available with select US carriers, it looks like we are also seeing some other details on the handset. For example, Nuance has released some details about how they are powering the HTC Car app that is available on the One. The aim here is to allow people to safely use a phone while in the car, of which Nuance has said the app helps keep users "intelligently connected" while behind the wheel.