If you are rocking the HTC One M8 and live in Europe you can now take the wrappers off Android 4.4.3 and download the software now.
HTC is reportedly working on the Nexus 8 tablet, the soon to be newest in Google's line of products. Codenamed Volantis, the Nexus 8 is supposed to be arriving this summer, although HTC could be adding another couple of tablets
While all of its traditional smartphone rivals have been enjoying themselves by launching wearable devices on Google's Android Wear platform, HTC has yet to join the party. However, the Taiwanese company will not be in the dark too long as it has announced it will release its own smart watch this year.
The turbulent times at HTC never cease as the Taiwanese company gets ready to embark on an assault of the wearable market it loses two important executives.
After missing its rumoured launch at Google?s I/O event, the HTC Volantis Nexus 8 tablet has been the subject of plenty of speculation. The latest piece of information comes from known tech deep throat Evleaks,
HTC's so called "selfie phone" is on its way to AT&T as an exclusive for the US market it has emerged today. The handset is known as the HTC Eye and as the name suggests it is reportedly very good at taking front facing images, we presume because it backs a solid front camera.
We revealed rumours yesterday that the HTC Volantis (or Nexus 8 as it will be known) would come with monster specs including a 64-bit processor, a metal chassis, Boomsound speakers, and 5GB of RAM.
Some more spec details have emerged about the HTC Volantis, or as you may know it, the Nexus 8. Through the barrage of launches at the Google I/O event the Volantis was surprisingly missing, but the tablet is still scheduled to land sometime during the second half of the year.
HTC has turned a profit last quarter after a string of losses hit the company, and it is all thanks to the One M8 flagship. The Taiwanese company has fallen on hard times in recent years as it failed to match flagship devices from Samsung and beyond.
The Android 4.4.4 tour continues as Google's latest version of its mobile platform continues to roll out to devices. The next to get the 4.4.4 treatment are the Google Play Editions of the HTC One M8 and M7, two handsets that have already had the bump to Android 4.4.3.