As much as tech bloggers and a strong section of the enthusiast community loved the HTC One, many still complained about the lack of a microSD slot for expanded storage. HTC South Asia president Jack Yang has hinted that may not be a pain point for the HTC M8 follow-up we expect to see next month.
HTC America today announced a new program called HTC Advantage that will offer a one-time cracked screen replacement at no charge to the customer, if it happens in the first six months of someone owning the device.
HTC today began releasing the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the HTC One (dual-SIM), One Max, and One Mini smartphones in India, ahead of the expected updates for the phones in the US.
Supposed images of the HTC M8 have leaked with increased frequency, and more than a few fakes have been included. The latest leaked image claims to show the front of the M8, supporting other recent leaks and pointing out some potential things to dislike about the phone.
HTC made the very first Nexus, but Google has chosen Samsung, LG, and ASUS to co-develop multiple Nexus devices without once returning to HTC. That may finally change later this year as HTC is rumored to be developing a "high-end model of the Google Nexus tablet line."
Yesterday offered our first look at what may be the back of the HTC One sequel, the M8. Since then, another pair of images supposedly showing the M8 have appeared online, providing a glance at the front of the phone.
Sprint has become the first of the four major carriers in the United States to release an Android 4.4 KitKat update. It's mostly a behind-the-scenes change with few noticeable changes, but the update adds some subtle Sense 5.5 changes.
he HTC One follow-up is expected to be announced some time next month, and when it does, it may be the debut of the first ever HTC smartphone that uses only on-screen navigation buttons.
HTC has started rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the HTC One devices in some parts of Europe. HTC pledged to deliver the update within 90 days of KitKat being announced, and today's update makes good on that promise with just a handful of days to spare.
HTC has reportedly decided to finally embrace on-screen buttons and will not have any physical navigation keys on the M8, the rumored successor to the HTC One. Google is one step closer to its button-free dream.