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HTC confirmed on Twitter today that it will be bringing Android 8.0 Oreo to its U11 flagship by the end of the year, and updates for the U Ultra and 10 will follow. It also teased new products.
Today, HTC announced on Twitter that the 10, U Ultra, and U11 will be receiving an upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo, and that additional devices and details will be announced at a later date.
HTC announced today that beginning at midnight Eastern Time, the 128GB U11 will be available for pre-order, and it also announced a number of deals on its other devices, such as the 10 and U Ultra.
Google originally released Android 7.0 Nougat way back in August 2016. Now, nearly 11 months later, Australian carrier Telstra has finally begun rolling out the Nougat update to the HTC 10.
T-Mobile is rolling out a new software update for the HTC 10 - but instead of bringing the very latest security fixes to the device, it only includes patches that Google released three months ago.
Just over a month after it was released, HTC has already cut 20% off its range-topping U Ultra, reducing it to $599. It's offering savings of up to $300 on other handsets in its range too.
Seven months after Google released Android 7.0, and four months after HTC released the update for its 10 flagship, Verizon is finally upgrading that device, including the latest security patches.
If you're using the Verizon variant of last's year's flagship from HTC, the 10, you're in for a sweet surprise this week, as the companies are rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the device.
HTC posted a teaser on Facebook saying that it "will give you an unexpected surprise" on March 20. But while some speculate that it will unveil the 'HTC 11', the company has already ruled that out.
It's taken a long time for Nougat to be seeded to handsets around the world, and HTC is no exception; despite announcing availability back in November last year, only now has it landed in India.
Sprint has begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat for its variant of the HTC 10. The update was originally available for unlocked models of the device in the United States back in November.
HTC announced a number of deals for the week of Valentine's Day, calling it 7 Days of Sappiness. It will bring sales for the HTC One A9, One M9, and 10, as well as a number of accessories.
HTC has twice suspended the Nougat rollout for its 10 flagship in mainland Europe. The company will be hoping things go more smoothly now, as its Android 7.0 rollout resumes today in those markets.
Two days after its announcement, HTC has paused the Android 7.0 Nougat rollout for its 10 flagship in mainland Europe, and says that it doesn't expect the rollout to resume until February.
Five months after Google released Android 7.0, and two months after HTC began rolling out the update to its 10 flagship, the company has started upgrading the 10 to Nougat in Europe.
After rolling out Android Nougat to unlocked models of the One A9 in the US yesterday, HTC has confirmed that the update will be coming to European models of the 10 and One M9 in two weeks.
HTC says it will launch far fewer devices this year than in 2016, and an 'HTC 11' won't be among them - but after this week's product announcements, it's hard to understand its new mobile strategy.
An HTC executive took to Twitter to announce that some versions of the HTC 10 handset will receive Android 7.0 Nougat today, but it's unclear when the update will become available for other devices.
If you were looking to purchase an HTC 10 - now would be the perfect time. The company has slashed $200 off its flagship handset in celebration of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
After a few leaks and rumors, HTC has finally taken the wraps off its Bolt smartphone. While looking similar to the HTC 10, the Bolt is relatively underpowered and a Sprint exclusive in the US.
HTC is trying to entice US customers with a big sale that it's currently hosting. The company is selling its flagship phone with a $200 discount, and many accessories are 40% off.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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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.
While Samsung is busy preparing for the launch of the Galaxy Note7, the company seems to have taken some time off to promote the Galaxy S7 with a battery comparison video with competing flagships.
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.
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.
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 has launched its Snapdragon 820-powered flagship, 10, alongside the premium mid-range smartphone, One X9 and two entry-level Desire devices at an event in India today.
The next big Android update is fast approaching - and that means questions will be raised over which devices will be eligible to upgrade. HTC announced three handsets today that will get Android N.
HTC says it lost $148 million last quarter - its fourth quarterly loss in a row - but even more troubling is the massive collapse in its revenue, which plummeted by 64% year-over-year.
After a series of sub-par handsets, HTC has produced its latest Android range-topper, the 10. But does the device have what it takes to be a success, or has HTC delivered another forgettable flagship?
Last year, the HTC One A9 was HTC's first step toward redemption from a long line of struggling devices. The HTC 10 aims to improve upon that. Let's find out if it actually did.