Tagged: HTC Sense
One max, the phablet version of its One flagship and a direct challenge to Samsung's Galaxy Note 3. A 5.9-inch screen makes for a sizable device, and HTC has used the extra space to fit in fingerprint biometrics, too, not to mention a much larger battery. So, is the One max the HTC to have?
Android-Revolution-HD has posted some shots they say are the new HTC Sense 5.5, and offer us a glimpse at what may be coming. A native ability to turn Blinkfeed off will entice many, but there are also some camera tweaks to make the HTC skin more attractive to customers.
HTC has announced a rough schedule for its EVO 4G LTE smartphone update. The device, which will be getting upgraded to Android 4.3 by the end of the year, would have gone through three major Android versions, quite a rare feat for a year-old smartphone.
HTC has been pretty vocal in terms of getting Android 4.3 details out to all HTC One users. We've heard the update was coming soon and in the case of AT&T, it looks like that is an accurate statement. HTC president Jason Mackenzie has recently shared some details on his Twitter account and it looks like next week will bring some good news for AT&T HTC One users.
DROID DNA users this morning. But before anyone gets super excited, this is not the Sense 5 update that was revealed back in September. At this time it looks like that update is still in the works and for now, DROID DNA users will have to settle for this minor update.
HTC One, should be going to bed with smiles on their faces as the company revealed the timetable for the much-awaited Android 4.3 update. Subscribers from all major US carriers will be getting the update this month, with most of the rollout happening near the end of October.
HTC One users will begin getting the Android 4.3 update next week. The details have been shared by Jason Mackenzie, President of HTC USA who has recently taken to Twitter with some basic details on terms of the update for those in the US and Canada. And it looks like those in Canada will be getting the update a bit sooner.
HTC HD2 smartphone receives yet another breath of life. Thanks to some ardent souls over at XDA developers, the well-aged smartphone is getting the latest iteration of HTC's custom Android interface, the HTC Sense 5.
HTC seems to be content on focusing its resources on its HTC One smartphone, as this new insider information reveals. According to the source, the company will be rolling out an update that will bring Android 4.3 and the latest Sense 5 UI to its current flagship.