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HTC will not be calling their upcoming flagship the 'One M10', it'll be known as the 'HTC 10'. With a new name, comes a new design which we can now see in a couple of leaked images.
Although details have been scarce so far, if newly leaked details are accurate, it looks like HTC's upcoming handset, codenamed 'Perfume', could become quite the contender in 2016.
If you're looking for a barebones device that offers great build quality and excellent battery life, the Janus One might be for you. But, as I discovered there are some major drawbacks.
At its launch event today, HTC announced the One A9, with an all-metal body, a 5-inch bezel-less screen and more. The phone will also be the first non-Nexus device to launch with Android 6.0 onboard.
HTC has announced that the larger and more pixel-dense sibling of the One M9 will soon be coming to Europe, though pricing and specific dates have not been revealed.
OnePlus is continuing with its gradual trickle of information about their upcoming flagship, revealing a teaser image and more information about the battery of the smartphone in an AMA.
OxygenOS and CyanogenMod 12S - both based on Android Lollipop - should be coming to the OnePlus One in just over 10 days from now, and OnePlus will be giving out free phones if they miss the deadline.
Though we know pretty much everything there is to know about HTC's new flagship, the One M9, folks can still follow along live and enjoy the show. And who knows there might be some surprises too.
A new report seemingly confirms some of the long-rumored specs that the upcoming HTC M9 flagship was expected to feature. The report also claims that the company's smartwatch is ready for launch.
While the OnePlus One is still a fairly difficult handset to purchase, it looks like OnePlus might already have a successor in the works that could be launching in Q1 of 2015.
The specifications for next year's HTC One M9 flagship have supposedly leaked online and the phone is shaping up to be a top contender in the Android market just like its predecessors have been.
The month of December is near, which means a new set of free games for Xbox Live Gold members has been revealed. Check out the new set of downloadable titles for Xbox One/360.
While giving an interview OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, mentioned he's looking forward to the company selling a million devices - double than the current numbers - by the end of this year.
According to a new interview the Android manufacturer, OnePlus is in talks with Microsoft with an eye on adopting Windows Phone for at least one of their devices but nothing's been settled just yet.
The president of HTC Americas has hinted at plans to expand availability of the HTC One M8 to more buyers later this year - and an international launch is looking increasingly likely too.
An image showing the long-awaited Windows Phone version of the HTC One M8 has been discovered on the servers of Verizon, ahead of its expected launch at an event in New York on August 19.
Noted leaker @evleaks has revealed that the HTC One M8 Prime will be waterproof with an 'exotic' metal-ceramic composite body, along with a Snapdragon 810 CPU, 3GB RAM and a 5.5-inch WQHD display.
As part of their new 'Customer Advantage' program, HTC has announced that they will replace any HTC One-series phone for free if the screen is broken or cracked.
The HTC One will soon be available through Best Buy in a new metallic blue color and it's a pretty nice-looking device and interesting color choice. The new color hits shelves on Sept. 15
After a long wait, Verizon Wireless has finally announced the release date of the HTC One: August 22nd for $199 with a two-year contract.
HTC have revealed that their new flagship device, the One, has sold "around 5 million" handsets in four months, far behind sales of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which sold 10 million in one month.
HTC is in desperate need of a hit and the One is their best chance. But how good is it ? Read the review to find out everything there is to know about HTC's latest handset and if it's worth buying.
A newly uncovered patent suggests that Google Glass is going to receive an update that allows for binocular vision, instead of just one lens, increasing the use for Glass tenfold.
Join us as well as HTC executive Richard as we take a short hands-on look at the HTC One in Sydney, showing off some of the features (briefly) including the capabilities of HTC Zoe and the camera
Ultrapixels, Zoe, BoomSound, BlinkFeed and One were all terms thrown about casually at last night's HTC event in Sydney, where I managed to get some serious hands-on time with the upcoming HTC One
According to a new report, HTC's new flagship phone, the One, will be available on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint from March 22nd in the US, with prices starting at $199 for 32GB.
The HTC One is believed to be the M7 device that we have seen around the Internet. The M7 branding is likely the codename as the One naming scheme falls in line with previous HTC releases.
HTC have been rumoured to be finalising the successor to the One X, currently codenamed the Endeavour C2. Today, hardware and software details of the device have leaked to the internet.
The past four months haven't been the best for HTC. A drop in profits that were announced in April has been followed up by less than stellar sales figures for its latest HTC One range.
When the iPhone 3GS was announced, analysts expected pretty good sales - nothing too extreme or mind blowing, but not poor either. Apparently they were wrong. The website Mac Daily News has been tipped off...