News tagged: HTC
HTC is having hard times lately and could sell its smartphone business in near future, but it is still trying to switch the board. The company is now rumoured to be working on three new phones codenamed Ocean Master, Ocean Lite and Ocean Harmony, which will be released
HTC is expected to announce a successor to its popular Vive VR headset in the coming weeks, and we might have learned the name of the headset. According to trademark applications in both Europe and the United States, the new VR headset might be called HTC Vive Focus.
It looks like Google has started with aggressive Android One strategy. Just days after Xiaomi announced its first, most powerful Android One smartphone, another top-tier company is now rumoured to be working on Android One smartphone. The company in question is HTC, who is
When HTC One was announced, it was one of the best smartphones on the market, but since then, HTC has been struggling. It was obvious that HTC will need to sell either its smartphone or VR business not to bankrupt, and it looks like the former will be sold.
HTC's flagship model with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage is now available in Europe. The Taiwanese company opened pre-orders now and promised to start shipping the top U11 model in early September. The red variant comes with dual SIM support, while all other color options
If you have been reading anything about HTC, then you are aware that the company is in really bad situation in the last few months. Although the HTC U11 has been a success, the company can't seem to get back on track and is now looking into other strategic options that could
The Taiwanese company is having tough months ahead as it is thinking about selling the VR business and its mobile business isn't doing great. Still, HTC is ready to commit to an Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade and has recently confirmed that U Ultra, 10 and U11 get the update.
HTC is looking to sell its Vive virtual reality division to another company or spin it off into its own entity, claims Bloomberg. Due to company-wide business concerns, HTC has been working with an adviser to examine various "strategic options." A complete sale is unlikely.
Following a number of leaked renders, we finally have possible release date. The popular Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, claims that Google is set to announce its next generation Pixel smartphones in October. He also added that both models, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will
As Google officially released Android 8.0 Oreo, companies have started releasing information which devices will get the update. Among first is HTC, which has now confirmed that three high-end smartphones will get the update globally, something that many expected.
It looks like the software for HTC U11 smartphone wasn't ready at launch, as with every new update, the Taiwanese company adds new features. Starting today, the company is rolling out a new software update that brings 1080p 60fps video recording support to the U11 handset.
HTC's latest smartphones are very good devices, but not many people are actually interested in them and according to the Q2 results, it is only a matter of time before HTC exits the mobile market, if something drastically doesn't change. The company has now announced its
Google Pixel 2 smartphone has now appeared on the FCC, revealing some new information about its specifications and design. While the Pixel XL successor is rumoured to be made by LG, the smaller Pixel 2 is expected to be manufactured by HTC. The FCC listing shows a few screenshots
HTC recently released a software update to its flagship U11 smartphone that adds support to record videos in 1080p resolution and 60fps. Some reports also mentioned that the smartphone received Bluetooth 5.0 support, but that is not true and HTC has released more information
HTC might be busy improving its flagship U11 smartphone with new software updates, but that doesn't mean the company is not working on new smartphones. In fact, according to a leaked render, HTC is about to release a new mid-range smartphone called HTC U11 Life.
HTC recently said that support for 60 fps video recording is going to arrive on the HTC U11 within the "next couple months", but it looks like the roll out has started. Users are now reporting that HTC U11 is already receiving the update in Taiwan and that the support is included
Support for 60 fps video is going to arrive on the HTC U11 within the "next couple months," says HTC. The company is refusing to specify a rollout time for the capability. Some people will receive the feature fairly soon, however. HTC gave itself months to finish the release.
There are only dozens of Android smartphones that support the latest Bluetooth 5.0 and although we expected that HTC's flagship phone should have the support, for some reason, the Taiwanese company decided not to include the new technology with HTC U11.
At the ChinaJoy 2017, HTC announced its first Vive Standalone virtual reality head-mounted display. The VR headset specifically targets the China market and it will utilise Viveport as its official content platform. The exact design of the headset was now shown at the event
In addition to launching the HTC U11 with 128 GB, HTC is also announced that from July 25, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 will be available at reduced prices. The deal lasts until August 7, and probably until there are units in stock, so you should act fast.