HTC One rumors had been suggesting the handset would be arriving with Verizon Wireless on August 1st. That date had seemed just as good as any, as far as rumored dates go. But then Motorola announced an August 1st event for the unveiling of the Moto X smartphone. The Moto X is expected with a wide variety of carriers including Big Red and it looks like that may have caused the HTC One launch date to slip.
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announcement, to private beta and has just been released as a public beta. As we have been watching, this release was for the HTC One and it means users will be able to switch back and forth between the stock Android experience and the Sense UI experience. In addition we are also getting some details on an upcoming release for the Samsung Galaxy S 4.
an update rolled out for the T-Mobile HTC One, bringing with it some needed improvements to reception and other areas. Unfortunately, it also brought a bug with it, and after updating users discovered the HDR feature for the camera app missing. Fast forward a couple days, and an update has been issued to fix this.
One mini, yet we are still waiting on the One Max. The last of the HTC One Max (T6) related rumors were suggesting the handset would be arriving in September. And for those who have yet to put together the September connection -- that is when we are expecting Samsung to unveil the Galaxy Note III.
T-Mobile branded HTC One this morning. The update has only a few items listed under the improvements category however this looks like one that all users will want to grab as soon as possible. The update will leave your handset at Android 4.1.2, but it will bring the software version to 1.27.531.11.
HTC One, when it launches months later than on all the other carriers, you'll be doing so with a slew of other smartphones readily available. Big Red will have multiple smartphones available packing large HD displays and 4G LTE, including those DROIDs but the HTC One is poised to handle it well.
MoDaCo.SWITCH was that it was nearing a beta release. That release hasn't happened just yet, however it appears as if progress is still being made. Paul O'Brien recently announced that he has begun accepting requests from those looking to test out the first release of MoDaCo.SWITCH.
HTC isn't relying on just the larger One to do all the heavy lifting this year, as we now have a smaller sibling, and are still hopeful for the One Max as well. However, today we'll be focusing on the slimmed down and smaller version of their flagship. The HTC One mini.
HTC One mini is coming. In fact we've seen countless leaks of the hardware, software, and everything else in between. All we need at this point is some official details right from HTC themselves, followed by a release date. While we're still waiting for HTC to reveal the device, today the company is teasing something "little" coming tomorrow over on Twitter.
HTC One Mini earlier this morning. Those details came by way of a leak that included both images and details of the specs. As of now though, it looks like HTC is getting closer to coming forward with an official announcement. We still have yet to learn when that announcement will arrive however judging from the recently published (and quickly retracted) post by HTC -- it looks like that time may be getting closer.