Verizon finally released the HTC One and while it looked like that could have put the last of the related rumors to rest, we are now getting a look at the handset in blue. Sure, we have seen the blue renders leak in the past but this time around we have an in-the-wild style look. Well, that may be a bit generous a description as this image appears to have come out of the factory.
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HTC One smartphone. For whatever reason they made us all wait months for it, and once it finally arrived we were happy to find out it could be unlocked on HTCDev, which is HTC's way of letting developers have access to their smartphones, should they choose. However, this wasn't supposed to happen.
finally launched the impressive HTC One smartphone. It's one of the best devices on the planet, and sadly we had to wait this long. However, now that it's here you'll be happy to know it's already under heavy development, bootloader can be unlocked officially at HTCDev, and we have root too.
officially launched and while the handset is priced at $199.99 direct from the carrier, it looks like that isn't the best price around. We often see discounted handsets with third-party retailers such as Amazon, however it looks like this discounted HTC One is coming by way of Viva Movil. For those in need of a refresher, Viva Movil comes by way of JLo.
Jelly Bean, or even 4.2.2 to arrive for the HTC One smartphone, today we're seeing an update hitting devices across Europe. The HTC One is receiving a rather small 32MB update which is adding a few new features, as well as official support for the Google Keyboard.
HTC One slowly makes its way into the US, questions have been raised about its upgrade path to the latest Android release. HTC President Jason Mackenzie has cast away all doubts, revealing on Twitter that the company is working to deliver Android 4.3 to HTC One users in the US and Canada by the end of September.
HTC One Max phablet is coming, and it is coming soon. It's no secret at this point that HTC has a large 5.9-inch smartphone in the works to take on the bigger competition, but one question has been whether or not we'll get a stylus with it. For some it doesn't matter, for other Galaxy Note and Note II users a stylus is critical. And now our latest leaked image could be hiding exactly that.
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.
HTC One Max is no stranger to leaks at this point. Another image leak has surfaced and this time around we are seeing the One Max sitting alongside the One and One Mini smartphones. While all three look rather similar, there are a few additional items sitting on the back of the One Max this time around.