Google didn't see fit to sit around and watch all the other big tier companies wander casually onto Indian soil (You know, the country with the second largest population in the world) and take up all their possible mobile sales, so they've decided to do something about it. In an effort to broaden the Android user-base and push sales of Android equipped devices in India, Google has taken the initiative to open their first store in New Delhi's Select CityWalk.
HTC One was introduced not long after the DROID DNA (and the original HTC Butterfly), it seemed as if the larger-display-toting machine would be left in the dust, so to speak. Not so! Here we're seeing HTC upgrade the HTC Butterfly line with an HTC Butterfly S, a machine that takes essentially every great part of the HTC One and adds a massive display to boot!
Sony wasn't always as widely known as it is now, and certainly neither was Samsung. Even some companies as big as Lamborghini (who used to make farm tractors) and Coca Cola (which was marketed as stomach medicine) suffered in the very beginning. But in an ever-crowded market, comes a new company from HTC's old executives, called "Kazam". The big question is, how will it stack up?
HTC that have been working hard to make their flagship HTC One smartphone a success aren't slowing down. Recently we learned they've sold over 5 million smartphones already, and expect numbers to only grow. However, in an attempt to keep the momentum going HTC is now giving all those who buy the new HTC One a free $25 Google Play Store gift card.
mini to follow up their wildly impressive and successful HTC One. It has been leaked more times than we can count, and even yesterday live pictures of the device in the wild were found. Now today, a User Agent Profile is confirming more details yet again.
HTC Butterfly S, which fused the HTC One and the original HTC Butterfly together into one cool combination. Thankfully, we have our first details that show us just what it looks like, and how it'll all translate to production specification.
bigger brother. What's in store for it? We can't be sure on everything, but a picture tells a whole lot more than you'd expect.
HTC will be releasing the One Mini (M4) sometime this summer. Or a bit more specific, it was said the handset "will go on sale by August."