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.
If you have an HTC One, or will be snatching up a One Max, there could be a surprise waiting for you. With the update to Sense 5.5, users may have the option for free Google Drive storage. Via Blinkfeed, HTC users may get a little notification of free storage.
This week we've learned that HTC is facing another hurdle of many lately, and are reportedly experience a short supply of metal casings for their popular HTC One Mini smartphone. It's being reported by Reuters that due to some design difficulties they're experiencing some supply constraints, and might not meet demand.
Manufacturers have sometimes put out specially designed versions of their devices and HTC is not making an exception with its limited edition HTC One Mini, sporting designs from renowned designer David Koma. The "HTC One Mini x David Koma" feature's the British fashion designer's artistic sensibilities and inspiration for his upcoming collection to be shown during Fashion Week.
The leaked pictures and rumors surrounding a blue version of HTC's popular One smartphone haven't let up. We've seen countless leaks of the hardware, but nothing has been made official, until this evening. HTC has just announced the brand new and stunning looking Vivid Blue HTC One, and along with it comes an HTC One Mini with the same great color.
Right on the heels of the release of the Motorola Moto X, AT&T has now also made available two other smartphones for their customers to choose from. The HTC One Mini and the 6.3-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Mega has just been added to the carrier's catalog and will soon be available for purchase.
AT&T and Samsung announced the Galaxy Mega 6.3 earlier this morning. That handset will be arriving on August 23rd and it looks like it will not be arriving alone. Aside from the phablet-sized smartphone, AT&T has also announced the HTC One mini, which will arrive on August 23rd and priced at $99.99. And as we sometimes see with an AT&T release, the HTC One mini will be an exclusive.
Following up the success of the original, HTC launched a new and slightly smaller HTC One mini last month, with everything we loved about the first model in a smaller package. Well, almost everything. Many of the specs received a slight drop, but all the important aspects remain. Can this mini-me smartphone win us over and fit nicely in the palm of our hand? Read on for our thoughts on this stunning little device.
There's a trend these days to release several editions of a new flagship smartphone to capitalize on the new brand. Samsung has release a number of variations of its latest Galaxy S4 and HTC has similarly launched a smaller version of its HTC One, the HTC One Mini, as well as different colors available only in select markets. It seems that HTC is not yet done with its iteration and is preparing to pack its flagship in a bigger package.