News tagged: HTC
CloudGate Studio is developing a way to use the new Vive Trackers and existing controllers to enable full-body tracking. A video posted by the company shows how the controllers could be used to bring someone's entire body (not just their hands and head) into the VR world.
HTC smartwatch was in the rumour mill for so long that we started to think it was just that - a rumour. There were no official comments from the company regarding the smartwatch, but thanks to new leaked images, the smartwatch might actually be real. With MWC 2017 quickly
Android 7.0 Nougat is rolling out to unlocked HTC One A9 units. This is a big update for the phone and is likely to be its last. The One A9 was released in October 2015, so it's unlikely future Android generations will be available on the relatively old device.
Just as HTC 10 owners got their chance to freshen up their phones, new problems arrived. The company has reportedly halted the roll out of the Nougat update for its HTC 10 smartphone. It seems like the update is just too buggy, but the exact details on bugs were not revealed.
During the announcement of promising HTC U series of smartphones, the company has also revealed some future plans. Chialin Chang, President of HTC's Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, confirmed to Engadget that they plan to release only 6-7 phones this year.
Tim Sweeney, founder of Epic Games, claims the HTC Vive is outselling Facebook's Oculus Rift two-to-one. Much of the performance difference can be tied to the Vive being a more open platform, says Sweeney. Games like Doom 3 have helped the Vive in the market.
As promised, HTC has unveiled two new smartphones that are part of the new "U" lineup. Called HTC U Play and U Ultra, the phones have several new features, such as a secondary display for notifications, four low-power microphones and more, that HTC hopes will attract new
HTC is readying a press conference that is scheduled for January 12, which is tomorrow, where it plans to unveil its completely new smartphone lineup. Earlier today, both phones starred in live images, and now all key specifications have appeared online so we know what to expect
An HTC smartphone with a small secondary display has leaked in set of pictures. The images show the phone, codenamed Ocean Note, has a display that's similar to what's found on the LG V10 and V20. At the least, shortcuts and the weather are among the things it can display.
Later this week, HTC plans to announce at least two new smartphones that would be part of a new lineup called U. The event is scheduled for January 12, and thanks to Evan Blass from @evleaks, we have the official promotional video of HTC U Play, also known as HTC Ocean.
HTC is having great success with its VR headset called HTC Vive. The company wants to use that to their advantage by introducing a new smartphone case lineup called Vive. According to the Softpedia, the new smartphone cases have been spotted in an official video leaked by Evan
HTC wasn't present at CES 2017 and the company already confirmed it will miss the upcoming MWC 2017 trade show. Instead, the company is focused on "For U" event that is scheduled for January 12. At first, it was rumoured that only the Ocean Note, now known as HTC U Ultra, will be
We already learned that HTC is working on three new smartphones that are expected to be released in the first half of 2017. Today, we have learned codenames for all three upcoming smartphones as well as the possible release date of the mid-range HTC One X10 smartphone.
First rumour about new device has emerged in 2017. HTC Ocean Note was first rumoured to be the upcoming HTC flagship also known as HTC 11, but new rumours suggest it is actually a phablet called HTC U Ultra, which might be unveiled very soon, on January 12.
HTC's Ocean Note flagship handset, which might be called the HTC 11, is reportedly going to include an impressive camera with the highest DxOMark score thus far. The same source provided some of the phone's specs, which include a USB-C port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
For the first quarter of 2017, HTC is preparing three new phones, one of which should be the HTC 11, the company's flagship smartphone. The two other phones are expected to be a mid-range offering, and one of them has just received Bluetooth SIG certification.
Only hours after HTC was rumoured to be working on Vive 2 headset, the company quickly dismissed the rumours, saying "there is no truth to the rumour of launching Vive 2 at CES." The good thing is that HTC never said they are not working on it, just it won't be released at CES
Besides the rumoured HTC Vive 2, HTC is also expected to announce some cool new products in 2017. The latest information suggests that the company plans to announce three new smartphones in the first quarter of the next year. The first device will be unveiled as soon as
According to a reporty from DigiTimes, HTC has a successor to the Vive VR headset in the works and might unveil it very soon. The second-generation VR headset could be showcased at upcoming CES 2017, which is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas from January 1-5.
Apparently HTC isn't the only company that will miss the smartphone shipment target. According to a new report, besides the HTC, two another well known Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturers will fall short of their shipment targets for the year 2016.