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According to a new report, the upcoming HTC Bolt will use Qualcomm's last-generation flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 810. It will also sport a 5.5-inch 1440p display, contrary to reports of FHD.
HTC has announced that its Android web browser, HTC Internet, will be unsupported after November 30th, 2016. The company is urging people to export their bookmarks and switch to other browsers.
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HP and HTC announced a new VR-ready PC bundle featuring the HP ENVY 750 and the HTC Vive. The package will launch at a discounted price of $1,499 and comes with two free VR experiences.
For years HTC has been delaying the launch of its smartwatch. But now it looks like it finally has a prototype that may make it to market. Halfbeak, as the device is codenamed, might show up soon.
HTC is running a deal all week that offers $150 off of the price of its flagship phone, the 10, bringing the price down to $549. There are other deals as well, such as $80 off of a Desire 626.
Just as the company promised last month, it has now launched its virtual reality app store, dubbed Viveport. This will give users access to all kinds of VR content, except games.
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It looks like HTC is preparing to launch a new version of its 10 flagship, featuring minor revisions to its exterior design, along with one major change: the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack.
HTC has unveiled two new mid-range handsets with a strong focus on premium design. The Desire 10 Lifestyle and Desire 10 Pro look outwardly similar, but there are some key differences under the hood.
Google today announced a hardware launch event on October 4, where the company is likely to launch its two new Android Nougat-powered smartphones, the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
A developer has successfully ported Google's Android 7.0 Nougat onto the six-year old HTC HD2 smartphone, which originally ran Microsoft's obsolete OS, Windows Mobile 6.5.
HTC today announced that it would be offering its One A9 for just $299, which is 40% less than its normal price of $499. The discount applies to the unlocked, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint models.
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The HTC Desire 530 offers up a Snapdragon 210 chipset, 1.5GB RAM, an 8MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, and an HD display, all for under $200, but is it worth it? Find out here.
HTC's new One A9s isn't what you'd call an upgrade over its predecessor. Instead of a Full HD AMOLED, it now has a 720p Super LCD; the cameras have been downgraded; and the Snapdragon 617 is gone too.
HTC will likely be unveiling its new Desire smartphone on the 20th of September, as the company has posted a teaser with glimpses of a device that looks similar to the one that was recently leaked.
Have we reached the end of the line for Nexus? The two devices expected to launch in the next few weeks will reportedly ditch the Nexus brand, in favor of a stronger focus on Google's brand instead.
T-Mobile US has published a list of the first nine devices to get the latest version of Android, which began rolling out last week - but it could be several months before they're actually upgraded.
A set of renders provides a further look at 'Sailfish', the smaller of HTC's new Nexus handsets, showing its unusual rear design, Nexus Launcher UI, a range of colors, and no external branding.
Although the official announcement is yet to come, we pretty much have a good idea of what to expect with Google's upcoming Nexus devices. Today, we also get potential pricing for the units.
HTC is reportedly planning to launch the successor to last year's One A9 premium mid-range smartphone at an event that is expected to be held a day before the IFA trade fair kicks off in Berlin.
HTC has confirmed that despite promises when launching the device, the company will not be upgrading the One A9 within 15 days of its initial release. Instead, it's expected in the fourth quarter.
HTC launches two new variants of its 10 flagship phone today, a red and a gold model. The company is also offering $100 off the price of the device, or a free pair of JBL headphones.
Over ten months after Marshmallow was originally released, and five months after HTC made it available for the One E8, Sprint has finally begun rolling out Android 6.0 to the device.
Earlier today, we reported on the first leaked images depicting one of the upcoming Nexus devices for this year. Now, both Nexus phones have shown up at the FCC for their certification.
T-Mobile quietly dropped HTC's latest flagship in July, just two months after its launch. The device is no longer listed on the carrier's site, and its stores say they're not expecting more stock.
HTC is expected to unveil two Nexus devices later this year. Now the smaller of the two, codenamed Sailfish, has supposedly had some of its specs leaked thanks to a benchmarking tool.
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Having already launched in China, HTC has announced plans to roll out its own Viveport app store to the rest of the world, with the curious exception of virtual reality gaming content.
An Intel researcher has unwittingly revealed that the company has been working on an accessory for the HTC Vive VR headset. Intel's device features 6 cameras and can be attached directly to the Vive.
The HTC Desire 530 is now being offered on Verizon Wireless for $144. The device is already available from T-Mobile for $159.99, as well as an unlocked model from HTC.com for $179.
After HP and Dell raised their prices in the UK by 10% last month due to the weakened pound sterling against the US dollar, HTC has increased the cost of its Vive VR headset there, from £689 to £759.
Announced for international markets back in February, the HTC Desire 530 has finally come to the United States. Here is our unboxing and first impressions of HTC's latest budget device.
Samsung has upgraded many of its devices to Android 6.0 in recent weeks, but now it's HTC's turn. HTC is rolling out Marshmallow to its affordable Desire 626, on both Sprint and T-Mobile in the US.
If you've been trying to get your hands on an extra Controller or Base Station for your HTC Vive, you're in luck! HTC has made the previously mentioned components available on its web store.
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HTC is giving its US based customers a great promotion whereby the company is slashing the price of its HTC 10 flagship by $100. Users also get $100 credit for accessories on top of the discount.
HTC is supposedly working on a new Desire 10 handset, that should bring many of the specs of the company's flagship, the HTC 10, to a more affordable price point. The Desire 10 is expected in Q3.
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HTC announced today that it will be bringing the Desire 530 to the United States. The device will be sold by Verizon and T-Mobile, and an unlocked model will be sold on HTC.com for $179.
HTC's new Nexus handsets - codenamed 'Marlin' and 'Sailfish' - will reportedly share a near-identical design revealed in a new image, and they may eschew Nexus and HTC branding in favor of a 'G' logo.
HTC is continuing to struggle as its smartphone division fails to capture the market. A new report says the company's critically acclaimed flagship will only sell one million units this year.
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A series of credible rumors have pegged this year's Nexus phones' specifications. According to them, there will be two devices, with 5.5-inch -Marlin- and 5-inch- Sailfish- screens.
HTC's Sense Android skin and features might soon be available on many more Android phones. The company seems to be planning to launch the Sense Home 8 app to everyone on the Google Play store.
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After launching its Vive VR headset for consumers in April, priced at $799, HTC has now unveiled the Vive Business Edition, saying that it will "lead [the] virtual reality enterprise sector".
Microsoft unveiled major plans at Computex earlier today. The company is opening up its Windows Holographic platform, which powers HoloLens and wants it to be adopted by OEMs like HTC and Oculus.