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HTC Android 5.0 Update Schedule Leaks
By admin on Saturday January 17, 2015

The clock is ticking on HTC's promise to update its One M7 and One M8 flagships to Android 5.0 Lollipop, with the company promising the bump before the end of this month. We know when those devices will get the new Android build, but what about some of HTC's other smartphones? Well, according to Phone Probe, a new leak from HTCViet reveals when other HTC products will get a lick of Lollipop.

HTC One M8 Getting Android Lollipop in One of Two Weeks
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 08, 2015

HTC's One M8 flagship is almost ready to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop, with the update to Google's latest and greatest version of its mobile platform ready in one or two weeks. That's according to LlabTooFer, a tipster with an accurate track record on delivering information on HTC.

HTC Records Q4 Profit and Sales Growth
By Luke Jones on Wednesday January 07, 2015

HTC has announced its fourth quarter earnings report and it is good news for the company has it seems the bran continues to pull back profit, while sales have increased. It's the third quarter in a row that HTC has now recorded positive results, after a run of seven quarters at a loss.

HTC 2015 Road Map "Best Ever"
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 01, 2015

HTC's Senior Global Online Communications Manager sent out a tweet today that said the company's 2015 roadmap of devices and launches would be its "best ever" and would come with "some huge surprises that will blow you away." Well, he would say that wouldn't he, but can HTC deliver?

Two HTC Desire Smartphones Due at CES
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 30, 2014

While HTC's One smartphones have been the flag big sellers for the company and have helped maintain profits over the last few quarters, the Desire range is exciting too. Propping up the One, the Desire range moves from budget to high mid-range and almost all examples are well spec'd and good looking (well, this is HTC). They are slowly starting to make a mark too, especially in China where the recently launched Desire 820 has been well received.

HTC One M9 Specs Confirmed in Benchmark
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 30, 2014

There have been a lot of spec rumors regarding the upcoming HTC One M9 Hima, such as will it or won't it have a Quad HD screen, what processor will it have, and what camera module will the Taiwanese company use. Some of those questions have been cleared up after nowhereelse.fr found a new benchmark logged at AnTuTu that shows the hardware of the HTC One M9.

HTC One M9 Hima Official Render
By Luke Jones on Monday December 29, 2014

We have been hearing plenty about the upcoming HTC One M9, the company's upcoming smartphone that will serve as a new flagship that carries the codename Hima. Today we are getting a look at what is reported to be an official render of the device, revealing a handset that carries HTC's typical good looks. The render does not give us the clearest of looks at the handset though, but still this look like an interesting smartphone.

HTC Offering 20% off All Smartphones
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 24, 2014

HTC has never been shy about offering a good deal and the company's latest "Hot Deal" promotion is a decent one to match some its better offerings from the past. If you purchase a smartphone through the company's official website you will get a 20% discount to save on your purchase. The deal is running right through the holiday period and will finish midnight EST on January 2nd, although you are limited to one handset.

HTC One M9 Hima Getting 1080p Screen (No Quad HD)
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 23, 2014

HTC's upcoming One M9 flagship (currently codenamed Hima) will boast the same screen as the outgoing One M8 and it will be the same size as its predeceasing device. That's the story according to serial snitch @upleaks.

Exclusive: HTC to Launch a Smartwatch alongside One M9
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

Remember a couple of months ago when all the mobile heavyweights were launching smartphones? HTC was one of the company's that was reportedly ready to jump on the wearable trend and even had a product ready. However, the Taiwanese company decided to pull the plug on its first smartwatch, saying at the time that the market was not ready and was too crowded. That decision was upheld, but the company is not turning its back on wearables completely and will launch a smartwatch in March.