HTC One X+ is getting updated today with various improvements and bug fixes. I guess they didn't completely forget about it, not yet at least.
AT&T, who have announced some good news for those who may be looking to get a handset with integrated wireless charging. The new members include Samsung, HTC and LG.
HTC One smartphone surely is an impressive handset, but we know many of you have been waiting and wondering if the bootloader would be unlocked, or at least unlockable using the HTCdev site. While HTC has been better lately about unlocking many devices bootloaders, they have a dev edition up for sale leading many to believe the One would be locked down.
Best Buy had it looking as if T-Mobile was going to be launching the HTC One on April 19, however it looks like the retailer may have been posting those details a bit ahead of schedule. And in fact, it is now looking like the T-Mobile HTC One release date will actually be happening a few days after that -- on April 24.
HTC appears to be offering a few options for those who are considering picking up an unlocked One smartphone. Specifically, two options with the first being the Developer Edition and the second is simply an unlocked model. We have seen both of these before, however the good news as of today is they are once again available for pre-order.
HTC DROID DNA is next up and Verizon and HTC are rolling an update out this week aiming to fix their "SIM card error" bug that's bothered many users.
Pantech name may not bring the same response as say Samsung, however it looks like an upcoming release may change that a little bit. The handset is the Pantech Vega Iron and based on what we have been seeing, an announcement is coming soon. But just to make the point, that doesn't mean the handset will be available next week. The more interesting point here though, the Pantech Vega Iron looks to have specs that will challenge some of the current top smartphone contenders.