HTC is going to get up on stage tomorrow to announce the HTC 10 knowing that we've all seen it from every possible angle. It must be weird to have a phone so thoroughly leaked before announcement, but it's not over yet. There's another leak, this time an official promo video. Read More
HTC is expected to announce the HTC 10 in just a few days, and with that will probably be a new version of HTC Sense. HTC leaker LlabTooFeR has posted some screenshots of the alleged new Sense 8.0 interface. It has an interesting look, plus there are stickers. Yay stickers! Read More
LlabTooFeR has a long and storied history of leaking information about upcoming HTC phones, and in recent weeks that has meant posting HTC 10 details. Along the way, he's been dropping wallpapers from HTC's new flagship, and now all 20 have been posted. Interested? We've got them below. Read More
Most phone makers have their own storage/RAM cleaner apps, and now you can add HTC to that list. The OEM's new HTC Preview program kicked off recently, and the first thing users are previewing is a phone cleaner called Boost+. It's not restricted to HTC phones, but you can only get it via the preview program (not that you should want it). Read More
HTC has been amping up its Vive virtual reality headset for months and the launch date is finally upon us. For the not-so-low price of $799, you can grab a Vive unit to connect to your powerful computer and enjoy all those great videos and games that were developed just for the platform. But as early reviewers and adopters have said, the experience could be so good and immersive that you might forget your real world surroundings.
That's why HTC has built a Vive companion app for Android phones to keep you updated on the most important notifications and save you from completely missing that time-sensitive call from your boss or crucial text from your wife. Read More
Good news for HTC and Nexus fans, your favorite Taiwanese manufacturer is having another big sale. With the launch of the M10 eminent, HTC has temporarily dropped the price of the M9, as well as a few other devices – including the Nexus 9. Here's the full list of devices that are currently on sale.
You can choose to buy either an unlocked device, or a carrier specific model for any of the four major US carriers. Read More
HTC has just announced that their newest flagship smartphone, currently known only as the HTC 10, will be unveiled on April 12th. It looks like HTC is doing another internet-only launch, directing invitees to HTC's website rather than any physical location. Though New York, London, and Taipei times are all provided for the online launch, with NYC at 8AM EST, London at 1PM GMT, and 8PM in Taipei.
Evan Blass has leaked a fairly complete image of what we expect to be the phone, so there's not a terribly huge amount of mystery remaining in terms of the design or looks of the device. Read More
CyanogenMod's maintainers are on an everlasting quest to conquer the software update war against pesky smartphone manufacturers who drop support way too soon for most of their devices. For instance, Samsung has been struggling to release Marshmallow for the two-year old Galaxy S5, but the CyanogenMod folks are ready to roll Android 6.0's software to an even older flagship: the three-year old Galaxy S4.
In this case, the CM 13 nightlies are available for the AT&T and Sprint versions of the Galaxy S4 (jflteatt and jfltespr respectively). The international S4 got it a couple of months ago, but other carriers and variants are still stuck on CM 11 and CM 12.1. Read More
A few leaked images of the HTC 10 took away some of the mystery earlier this month. Now another picture from @evleaks reinforces those earlier findings. In an image posted to Twitter, we see the HTC 10 in four colors. Read More
When HTC announced the One A9 back in October, it decided to sell it for an introductory price of $399. That made a lot of sense for what is essentially an upper midrange device with excellent build quality and very good specs. However, when the phone passed the preorder period, its price shot back up to $499 (or even $520 with AT&T), which made it a lot less desirable. After all, you were paying top dollar for a 5" 1080p smartphone with a Snapdragon 617 whereas you could get a more powerful processor and a better screen for the same amount of dough. Read More