AT&T began accepting pre-orders for the HTC One yesterday, and the phone is now available for early reservation on Sprint. There's also a solution for U.S. consumers who don't want to buy the HTC One with a contract attached to the purchase.
The Facebook Phone is real, and it's name is the HTC First. Moments after it announced Facebook Home, a new Android home screen and lock screen that better integrates Android with Facebook, HTC and AT&T announced they will be the first to release a phone pre-loaded with the software.
It looks like HTC has figured out its manufacturing problems and will be able to deliver the HTC One to U.S. consumers later this month. Following AT&T's announcement hours ago, Sprint has confirmed that it will launch the HTC One April 19. Sprint will offer the 32GB HTC One in black or silver. The phone will cost $199 when purchased on a two-year agreement, and sales for the phone begin this Friday, April 5. The HTC One is compatible with Sprint's 4G LTE network, available in 67 markets at the moment.
The HTC One will go on sale at AT&T beginning April 19. AT&T has just confirmed the launch date for HTC's latest Android smartphone, and the carrier released details about pricing, pre-orders, and an HTC One model that will be exclusive to AT&T.
A Facebook phone rumor has been a recurring theme since 2010, and the whispers about an Android smartphone built with several Facebook layers on top of it reappear every time Facebook hosts a press event. Now it's happening all over again.
The days of HTC being "Quietly brilliant" are done. The Taiwanese manufacture plans to double its marketing budget to launch the new HTC One, the most important smartphone HTC has released in a long time.
The HTC One Android smartphone has been delayed because of manufacturing issues, but HTC has just announced that it will soon rectify those problem and begin the global rollout of the HTC One as early as next week in some markets.
Verizon was not among the list of dozens of carriers throughout the world who said they would carry the HTC One, but new rumors suggest that Verizon will be the fourth of the major U.S. carriers to offer the HTC One later this year.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean might have been introduced months ago, but the AT&T HTC One X has remained on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich until now. Here are the details for what's new in the Jelly Bean update.
What is an ultrapixel? The simple answer is that an ultrapixel is a marketing term cooked up by HTC to explain to customers why the new HTC One doesn't have as high a megapixel, but is there more to the new HTC One camera and other Android smartphones to come?