The HTC Scribble app has been on the HTC One Max since last year but it's only now the app was officially released on Google Play Store. This means there is a possibility that the app will come to other HTC smartphones soon.
Verizon is rolling out an update to HTC's 2013 giant and it is quite a big one. The update brings the new HTC Sense 6.0 experience to the One Max phablet, a promise that was made quite some time ago. Curiously, HTC's software update page remains unchanged, but this news comes from the horse's mouth so there is little doubt about its veracity.
Huawei may have just unveiled the Honor 6 in June, but it seems it already has a new high-end smartphone ready to entertain the crowd next month at IFA. These photos of what is claimed to be the Ascend D3 show a smartphone design that is eerily reminiscent of the HTC One Max, including the brushed metal look, the segmented rear design, and what looks to be like a placeholder for a fingerprint scanner at the back.
CyanogenMod has once again expanded its list of supported device with two new additions. Joining the ranks is last year's HTC giant, the One Max, as well as this year's first QHD star, the OPPO Find 7.
Just a week ago we saw how close HTC was to getting the latest Sense UI version on last year's HTC One and its family. Now, the manufacturer has rather silently updated that status, putting the Certification label for most, but not all variants of the HTC One (M7) and the One max.
The HTC One Max for Verizon is receiving the latest Android update. As expected, the update is starting to roll out today, and is expected to take a few weeks to complete. While users are getting the latest in Android, they aren’t getting a Sense update just yet.
Much of the HTC One talk lately has been focused on the One (M8), however it seems there is also a bit of good news coming for those carrying a One Max. More specifically, a Verizon branded HTC One Max. The Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat update is expected to begin on Monday afternoon.
Some images of the "All New" HTC One leaked last week. Those were then followed up by a more official teaser image suggesting the camera would be a "lowlight expert." And now it looks like another series of leaked images have surfaced. This time around we are getting a solid look at the HTC M8 by itself, as well as sitting alongside the currently available HTC One max.
Owners of HTC's flagship One smartphone will soon be in for a much awaited sweet treat. The company has revealed that the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the device has finally entered the carrier's testing and certification process along its journey to end users.
Yesterday we got a bit of a look at a case for the yet to be announced HTC M8, also known as the One Two and One+. Keeping in mind this is a rumor based on rumor, however the case was shown to have two decent sized openings on the back side. Presumably, one of those would be for the camera lens, but the other is where the speculation comes in to play. It was thought it may have something to do with a fingerprint sensor.