Google has had Android prepped for 64-bit performance for some time, and go to chip maker Qualcomm said its 64-bit ready architecture is ready to go and smartphones using the chipset will arrive late in 2014. Before the heavyweight devices land, HTC will roll out its first 64-bit smartphone and it will be a budget addition to the company's current line up.
If you thought news we brought you earlier in this week about the HTC One M8 launching on Windows Phone was too good to be true, then you should see this. The image above is HTC's flagship handset with the Windows Phone 8 operating system running on it, and interestingly this image has been taken from Verizon's website.
The new HTC Butterfly J has been launched in Japan and is heading to the country's KDDI carrier network and Okinawa Cellular. The device is the latest mid-range effort from the Taiwanese company as it attempts to find significant market presence once again.
After plenty of product leaks and reports over the last couple of months, it seems as though HTC will be launching something significant. The Taiwanese company has scheduled a press event to take place in New York City, Tuesday August 19, but of course HTC has declined to say what the event will be for.
If we asked you to name the best current Android flagships we imagine some familiar names would appear, among them the HTC One M8.
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,