HTC says some phones have made it through customs

If the ITC's blockade of HTC handsets (ostensibly at Apple's request) gets your blood boiling, you may be able to skip the blood pressure medicine this morning. The Taiwanese smartphone maker stated yesterday that some of its models have made it through US customs, where the International Trade Commission is checking them for patent ruling compliance. Unfortunately HTC didn't say which devices were getting through, or how many.

T-Mobile HTC phones could be next on the ITC’s blocked list

Hey T-Mobile users, don't get comfortable watch fans of HTC's One X and EVO 4G LTE wait for the International Trade Commission's customs embargo to lift. According to TmoNews, customers who ordered an HTC Amaze 4G online are being told that due to "an unforeseen issue with receiving the product from the manufacturer", their phones are being indefinitely delayed. The delay is serious enough that T-Mobile recommends going with another phone entirely.

Best Buy backtracks: EVO 4G LTE delayed indefinitely

Raise your hand if you saw this one coming. After posting a tepid date of May 23d for the much-anticipated HTC EVO 4G LTE, Best Buy has updated their outlook for the new superphone with... nothing. The EVO 4G LTE along with the latter shipments of AT&T's HTC One X are both in limbo after being impounded in US customs by the ITC, which is conducting an investigation to see if the devices comply with a ruling on an Apple software patent made back in December.

HTC EVO 4G LTE coming May 23rd according to Best Buy

It looks like those who pre-ordered the new HTC EVO 4G LTE might have some good news coming there way today after all. Yesterday the carrier and HTC confirmed that the impressive new smartphone was being delayed at US Customs for inspections after the HTC vs Apple lawsuits, but today Best Buy is claiming something a bit different.

HTC’s US One phones already work around Apple’s software patent

If you were hoping to get your hands on a shiny new HTC One X or EVO 4G LTE in the United States, you're currently out of luck: the ITC has impounded shipments of both phones in US customs. HTC confirmed that this was due to a an ITC ruling, which can only be Apple's successful lobbying of the commission based on its linking software patent. It's been confirmed that both phones work around the feature in question.

It’s official: HTC EVO 4G LTE delayed due to ITC investigation

If your day wasn't crammed full of patent litigation news already (and when is it ever?) then prepare for a doozie. Apple's patent lawsuit against HTC, supposedly over early this year, has caused the International Trade Commission to delay shipments of HTC One X and EVO 4G LTE phones in US customs. The Now Network has confirmed that the EVO 4G LTE will miss its scheduled release date of March 18th (this Friday).

HTC One X, EVO 4G LTE delayed by US customs after Apple’s ITC complaint

Remember that International Trade Commission file levied against HTC phones for violating one of Apple's software patents? You know, the one that HTC complied with by disabling some of the native functionality of its phones? Yeah, it's back. An HTC official reported that shipments of the AT&T HTC One X and the HTC EVO 4G LTE are being stopped at US customs, and reports indicate that the inspections are to verify that the phones are complying with the ITC's ruling in December.


As HTC continues its onslaught of new and impressive phones for the US today we are looking at the all new HTC EVO 4G LTE. What we have with the latest generation to the EVO family is essentially an HTC One device extremely similar to the HTC One X for AT&T, right down to the screen, software, and camera. If you've seen any of our recent HTC One reviews you'll know exactly what to expect here, and if you're an EVO fan you'll definetaly want this phone. Read on for full details, pictures and more.

New Orleans tour through the lens of the HTC EVO 4G LTE

Here at CTIA 2012 we were able to get our first hands-on with the new HTC EVO 4G LTE device to replace the iconic original HTC EVO. This time around it will be running on their new 4G LTE spectrum too. The new HTC One series is highly impressive and the EVO 4G LTE picks right up where the HTC One X left off. With a huge and vivid 4.7-inch screen, and the same awesome 8 megapixel camera. Read on for our first impressions and a full photo tour of New Orleans thanks to HTC and the EVO 4G LTE.
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