HTC has taken the wraps off its next flagship smartphone, the HTC One. Among its many cutting-edge features are a large high-res screen and camera that will offer unusually good performance in low-light situations, as well as a redesigned homescreen.
The HTC One, formerly known as the M7, is going to be released in the U.S. in about a month, according to an unconfirmed report. It will become HTC's latest flagship Android smartphone.
The official announcement of the HTC M7 is less than a week away, and HTC is started giving brief -- very brief -- glimpses of its next flagship smartphone.
According to recent information leaks, the HTC M7 is expected to debut as the HTC One. A new image has also leaked out, giving the world its best look so far at this high-end smartphone.
Release information on HTC's next flagship smartphone is starting to come to light. It's all still unconfirmed, but it seems most U.S. consumers will be able to get the HTC M7 from their current carrier.
When the HTC ThunderBolt was released, it was a big deal -- Verizon's first 4G LTE smartphone. Of course, that was in 2011. But that's not to say this device is completely obsolete, as an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has just been released.
Reports of a new HTC flagship device have been circulating for some time. What may be an image of the HTC M7 has appeared on the web.
New details about the HTC M7 leaked from an undisclosed source recently. According to the new information, older rumors have been discredited.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform will finally be making its way to Sprint, the last of the four major US carriers, come this summer.
The Droid DNA is HTC's most feature-rich smartphone ever, boasting a mind boggling 5-inch, 1920 x 1080 screen, along with a quad-core processor and very reasonable price tag. Can it dethrone Samsung as King of the Droids?
With Christmas just around the corner, T-Mobile is offering customers another way to save on the season's hottest smartphones with its new "Zero Down Sale, where popular handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S III will cost $0 after a mail-in-rebate.
The first Windows Phone 8 update, codenamed "Portico," is now available as an OTA download in the US on the T-Mobile version of the HTC 8X.
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