HTC is in hot water and is in dire need of a good comeback. It seems, however, that its dire need might have loosened a few screws here and there as its UK branch unveils this 3D-printed Gramohorn II for the HTC One that looks straight out of a dystopian steampunk or science fiction TV prop.
HTC has seemingly laid out all its big cards on the table, with the somewhat disappointing HTC One Max rounding up its roster, it's almost time to slowly start the rumor mill on the company's next flagship. This pair of leaked photos from VR-Zone's Chinese site reveals what may be the HTC M8 sporting a rather different frame design.
HTC One mini will be available on Rogers in Canada. The smaller offering for the One flagship line from HTC can be had for C$99.99 with a two year agreement. For this not into contracted plans, the device will be C$399.99 when you go month-to-month.
HTC. The company had high hopes with the launch of the HTC One, which was later followed-up by the One max and One mini. But HTC still posted a quarterly loss for Q3 2013. That wasn't all that surprising given the previous years history, however it doesn't look like things are going to be improving during the fourth quarter.
“within 90 days”, details now become a bit clearer for those outside of the US. For owners of the One — even the Google Play Edition — Android 4.4 is on schedule.
Google and some of its Android device partners are currently being targeted by a patent lawsuit ironically revolving around search and advertising, the very heart of Google's business and profits. The plaintiff, in this case, is the Rockstar consortium that outbid the giant over purchasing patents from the bankrupt Nortel Networks.
AnTuTu's top 10 list might help make that just a tad easier.
HTC had previously announced a timeline that had the One getting Android 4.3 across all US carriers before the end of October. That list did include Verizon Wireless, however as we sit with just a few days left in the month, a delay has been announced. And unlike the delay we saw with the T-Mobile rollout, this one will not be just a few days. In fact, it looks like like a few weeks.