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.
The HTC DROID DNA is getting an update to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean that will include several new features from Sense 5, including a long list of user interface improvements and new features like Blinkfeed.
A London judge has ruled that the HTC One mini infringes on microchip patents held by Nokia and the phone will be banned from sale in the UK. To make matters worse for the HTC, the flagship One is also at risk of a ban.
One week after HTC said the only thing standing between Android 4.4 KitKat and the HTC One Google Play Edition was for Google to release the firmware package that it submitted, Google has begun the KitKat update rollout. The 320MB file adds several new features to One GPE and is available as an over-the-air update by going to the About phone section of the Settings app. OTA notifications should start arriving in stages to users beginning today.
The first gold HTC One featured 18-carat gold to showcase its limited edition premium nature, but it sadly included a $2,500 to go with it. HTC today announced a new golden HTC One that won?t break the bank.
Verizon has launched a new store focused on connecting various forms of technology at the Mall of America in Minnesota. At the launch event, a video station prematurely revealed the pricing information of the HTC One Max: $299 on a two-year agreement or $24.99 on a monthly Verizon Edge plan. Verizon has yet to announce a release date for the Edge, but it should be shared any day now. The carrier previously said it planned to have the One Max ready for the "Holiday season," and the biggest shopping day of the year is next Friday.
HTC has announced that it has finished its necessary work to update the HTC One Google Play Edition and has submitted the code to Google for its final touches. So when will the device be updated?
HTC has made several large phones before, and it has even produced a tablet or two, but it never created anything on the scale of the One Max. With a 5.9-inch, 1080p HD display, is the One Max the ideal phone or too much to handle?
Sprint has confirmed Friday, November 15 as the date that it will launch the HTC One Max. Sprint will sell the enlarged HTC phone for $249.99 on a two-year agreement or $25 per month with its Sprint One Up payment plan. The One Max features a 5.9-inch 1080p HD display, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, and a 3,300 mAh battery. Sprint previously confirmed that the HTC One Max will also be one of the few devices it offers with superior tri-band 4G LTE connectivity next year.