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You may remember the One X9 as a China specific premium, mid-range smartphone launched back in December by HTC, but now the company is bringing the device to more markets starting this month.
@evleaks has put up a live shot of the HTC One M10, and it pretty much confirms the earlier (scarce) rumors that the design won't differ too much from the M9, albeit with a slight twist.
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.
HTC has begun rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the unlocked version of its flagship HTC One M9 handset. The smaller A9 phone is also getting the newer Android 6.0.1 upgrade.
Following an injunction by a German court, HTC may have sales of its smartphones and mobile devices banned in Germany over a lawsuit which claims HTC didn't properly license patents.
Barely a month after the first leak, new images of HTC's next mid-range phone reveal new design changes that may filter through to flagship devices expected later in 2016.
Are you anxiously wondering when Android 6.0 will land on your HTC handset? Well, you can breathe a little easier now, thanks to a leak showing the company upgrade schedule for the next two quarters.
The "newest HTC One smartphone" will be unveiled next month, and the company says it's "not hosting a traditional launch event" for it - but those hoping for a mighty new flagship may be disappointed.
Those of you using the HTC One M8 for Windows or the Lumia 640 with GDR 2 can now upgrade to the latest Windows 10 Mobile preview, thanks to a new 'upgrade hop' created by the team.
HTC launched the One M9 at MWC 2015 and put it on sale on April 1st and after four weeks with HTC's latest flagship, we're asking, is the HTC One M9 really the best smartphone for you?
The latest version of Android is now rolling out to the Google Play editions of HTC's One M7 and One M8 - and for the M7, it looks like this will be the last OS update the device will get.
New renders of the long-rumored HTC One Plus have leaked online, supposedly showing the device in all its glory. Not only that, but the images also highlight some of the new features of the device.
HTC's signature metal body makes a repeat in the new One M9 and it looks absolutely fantastic. With upgraded internals and camera, the One M9 is one of the most attractive phones on the market today.
Thanks some leaks we get our first look at the HTC One E9, a companion device for this year's M9 flagship. The One E9 looks set to be feature packed and includes a 5.5-inch QHD screen.
Full sized renders of the One M9 have shown up online at a German retailer which also show all the colors that will be made available with the smartphone, including Gold, Silver and Gun Metal Grey.
HTC has already confirmed that its new One flagship will be unveiled on March 1 - but could a further tweet, in which it says that "something HUGE is coming", hint at another product on the way?
The HTC One M9 and Samsung's Galaxy S6 will both be unveiled next month at MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but Carphone Warehouse is already inviting potential buyers to register for the new Android flagships.
HTC is beginning the Lollipop rollout for its One M7 today, starting with Sprint - but the update only bumps the OS up to Android 5.0.1, not the newer 5.0.2 release, or Android 5.1, spotted yesterday.
@evleaks has returned with new HTC One M9 renders. The images of the upcoming flagship device reveal a sleek looking phone similar to the HTC One M8; the device is expected to launch in March.
HTC has recently been launching some very impressive devices, but the company says that the best is still to come, with a compelling 2015 product line-up, and "huge surprises that will blow you away."
A new leak is pointing towards a high end device from HTC, likely the M9, and the specs very well could be class-leading when the device is expected to launch in March.
HTC has acknowledged that some M7 and M8 users who installed its Service Pack from the Google Play Store are facing issues making voice calls and that the company is working to fix the issue.
The specs for HTC's 2015 flagship, the HTC One, have been leaked ahead of an official launch and the new "One" looks to be one of the top phones 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.
T-Mobile is finally selling HTC's Windows Phone 8.1 flagship - priced at $585.60 off-contract, or with $0 down on a two-year payment agreement at $24.40 a month - along with a free Xbox Dot View case.
HTC has revealed when it plans to make the latest Android OS update, version 5.0 Lollipop, available for both its current One (M8) flagship, and for that device's predecessor, the One (M7).
Having launched its new HTC One earlier this week, the company may be preparing to launch a Windows Phone 8.1 version of its latest Android flagship, with quad-core CPU, 1080p display and 2GB of RAM.
After months of leaks, HTC has now revealed the first official details and images of the HTC One M8, the new version of its flagship Android-based smartphone that's due to be released later today.
Another video has leaked a couple hours prior to the release of the new HTC One. The new video details and compares the new HTC One with last years model in a head to head comparion of the two models
HTC has published its BlinkFeed launcher and a Service Pack for providing system updates to the Google Play Store just as the launch of its all new One flagship smartphone draws near.
A new leaked video courtesy of Youtube shows off the HTC One and its dual-camera feature. The new dual-camera allows users the ability to change the focus after the picture has been taken.
The UK retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that the new version of the HTC One smartphone will go on sale in select stores minutes after HTC officially reveals the phone March 25th.
If you want to get an early look at HTC's follow-up to the HTC One, we have a picture of the device posted after the jump that shows off the phones dual-rear cameras.
Despite recent financial worries, HTC have released invites for a surprisingly late event, where they are expected to announce their next flagship, a successor to the HTC One.
The next-generation HTC One, codenamed "M8", will be released in March 2014. An inside source reveals the phone will have a similar design combined with a 5-inch screen and a twin sensor camera.
Few users of the HTC One smartphone have complained about a purple hue in certain photos, it was expected that the issue would be fixed with the Android 4.3 update but it doesn't seem to be the case.
The release date for the successor to the HTC One, reportedly known as M8, was leaked by the judge looking over the Nokia vs HTC patent lawsuit in which Nokia was awarded a sales ban against HTC.
A Fixya report shows the most common issues regarding the market's leading phones. Poor battery life and overheating were common issues surrounding the iPhone 5s, S4, HTC One and the Moto X.
Following in the footsteps of other phone manufacturers, HTC will be the the latest to jump on the gold/champagne offerings bandwagon for its flagship device, launching the new option in Europe.
HTC announced Android 4.4 KitKat will be available to delighted One owners at the end of January 2014. HTC join a handful of companies offering the latest update including Samsung and LG.
HTC warned today that its revenues for the last quarter will be lower than estimated while also announcing a plan to cut its costs by 24 percent and to start selling less expensive devices.
Just a day before the official announcement of HTC's next flagship phone, the HTC One Max, high-res images have leaked online showing off the phone and its rear fingerprint sensor.
Apple, then Samsung have already launched gold colored smartphones just recently, now HTC has launched their own limited edition 18ct gold HTC One with a slight twist, there are only five!
The WSJ is reporting that HTC is getting ready to launch its long-rumored HTC One Max handset. This phablet-like device will reportedly feature a 5.9-inch screen and a fingerprint scanner.
HTC has denied fresh speculation that it plans to replace its CEO, Peter Chou. Despite the company's ongoing struggles, HTC chairwoman Cher Wang says that Chou "has done a great job".
A developer on the XDA forums has leaked a custom Jellybean 4.3 ROM for the HTC One ahead of the official update, which will be rolled out in the U.S. soon, skipping 4.2.2 altogether.
A rumor suggests HTC is moving away from Windows Phone to focus on its Android comeback. Though it bears little credibility, this rumor does bring up some interesting questions regarding HTC's future.
For the first time in the company's history, HTC is predicted to post a quarterly loss according to its latest press release. The electronics manufacture hopes to recover from the loss by Q4.
We compare the specs of the upcoming HTC One Mini with it's older, and more powerful, sibling, the HTC One. We know this is a mid-range device but what exactly are the trade-offs for its lower price?