HTC One Max rumors and leaks have clearly gone into overdrive. These leaks have been ongoing for quite sometime and up until today it did not appear as if they would be stopping any time soon. Well, it looks like HTC has begun sending out some announcement event invitations. Granted, this will likely not stop all the rumors, however it should at least keep them at a manageable level.
Microsoft in getting its mobile platforms on more devices. And if one can't beat them, join them, as the Redmond tech giant has reportedly approached not just HTC but Samsung and Huawei as well to add its mobile Windows versions to their next batch of devices.
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.
Bloomberg TV, HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang was optimistic regarding the future of HTC. While she wouldn’t hint at future products, she did say that HTC is happy with their burgeoning trajectory, and admits failure in communicating with consumers.
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.
HTC, it looks like the One Max has surfaced in another certification filing. This latest is with the Global Certification Forum (GFC) which is dubbed as being an "independent certification scheme for mobile phones and wireless devices that are based on 3PP standards." The GFC has a 'test-once, use-anywhere' approach and this time around, has revealed bit of detail on the HTC One Max.
MoDaCo.SWITCH which allows HTC One and Galaxy S 4 users to bounce between stock Android and Sense/TouchWiz. Well, if Microsoft has their way, it looks like we may see something with Android and Windows Phone.
HTC One Max. This time around the images have surfaced on the Chinese language ePrice and are offering a look at the handset sitting side-by-side with the Galaxy Note 3. And in addition, there are also a few shots of the backside of the One Max, both with and without the back cover.
HTC. Although not as bad as its predicted 8% loss, the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer has just reported a financial loss of 6.3% for the third quarter that ended Monday. This, together with other figures and activities, or lack thereof, could spell big trouble for the company.