HTC recently offered an infographic which detailed the Android update process. Basically, HTC attempted to give an explanation as to why these Android updates sometimes take quite a while before the reach each and every user. So
HTC unveiled the “golden” edition of the One back in November and it looks like the larger sized One max has gotten a similar color treatment. The handset is coming available for those in Taiwan, and officially
It appears that HTC is considering spicing up its smartphone lineup in Hong Kong by injecting a few colors into the mix. Now appearing in the Hong Kong market are a black HTC One Max and a golden HTC One.
Following a long series of rumors and leaks, HTC announced the One max back in mid-October. Verizon Wireless followed HTC with an announcement of their own and initially said the handset would be arriving in time for the holiday
If you’re on the Verizon network, and want to keep that unlimited data plan, we have good news. Three of their more popular handsets have been discounted by about $100, giving you extra incentive to purchase your device
Verizon announced plans to launch the HTC One max, however they were rather quiet when it came to specifics. Basically, Big Red had said the handset would be coming in time for the holiday shopping season but offered nothing in
Verizon has previously said the HTC One max would be available sometime “this holiday season.” That announcement came back in mid-October and by way of Twitter and while there is plenty of unknowns in terms of the
Now that HTC has seemingly laid out all its big cards on the table, with the somewhat disappointing HTC One Max rounding up its roster, it’s almost time to slowly start the rumor mill on the company’s next flagship.
HTC was quick to announce their intent to offer Android 4.4 on their flagship One device. Promising to have functionality “within 90 days”, details now become a bit clearer for those outside of the US. For owners of the One
HTC has a spotty record of device support. In one instance they promise updates, and the next they withdraw support. That seems to have changed with the One, and we hope the news coming form HTC today is more proof of that.