HTC First was the first device that comes with the Facebook Home interface for Android. Although it was presented only five weeks ago, AT&T first lowered the price and now plans to discontinue the phone and return every unsold inventory to the company.
HTC doesn't share Acer's pessimism with Windows RT, with the company is working on 7-inch and 12-inch tablets based on the ARM-wrestling software. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 quad-core SoC could be a front-runner for the chip that drives these devices.
At some point, HTC M4 was rumoured to be Facebook smartphone. Since HTC's flagship phone has stunning design featuring aluminum body, the company decided to keep the design for its new mid-range smartphone. The HTC One "Mini" will have lower specs and a lower price tag.
HTC is taking its own time to launch its flagship HTC One handset in China, not only because it needs sufficient inventories of the device, but also tailor its features for the mainland. These include TS-CDMA, dual SIM (a China favorite), and as it turns out, micro-SD.
HTC has started rolling out the first software update for the HTC One smartphones in Europe. As we mentioned before, the software update brings several improvements like camera performance as well as improved overall system performance and stability.
As HTC has finally begun shipping the HTC One smartphone, the company is rumoured to be launching a mid-range version of HTC One smartphone. According to new information, HTC M4 will be using metal alloy chassis to compete with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini.
The various Amazon vendors offering factory-unlocked HTC One for $850-1180 could soon see a beeline for order cancellations, as the company's US online store listed its 32GB model for just $575, giving you the weapon of choice, even if without an unlocked bootloader.
For those not sold on the silvery aluminum build of HTC One that's winning it accolades against contemporaries iPhone 5 and Galaxy S 4, the company is ready with a Stealth Black color option. Brought to the US by AT&T and Sprint, you'll have to wait a bit for one.
HTC pushed its newest mainstream smartphone through Chinese bureaucracy, for its approval. The 4.5-incher features an interesting mix of premium and mainstream features, that could help the company sell it in the cutthroat-competitive Chinese domestic market.
HTC has been struggling with the production of its flagship smartphone. Even though the handset was announced back in March, the company still hasn't shipped the smartphone in large quantities. Luckily, according to current rumours the production of HTC One is improving