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HTC Announces Budget-Friendly Desire 526 And 626 For The US

HTC has reportedly had issues moving the premium One M9 in the face of stiff competition from the likes of Samsung and LG, but maybe a more modest device could make some headway. The Desire 526 and Desire 626 have been announced for the US, and they'll be available on various carriers in the coming weeks. The specs aren't great, but they ought to be cheap.

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HTC Has Already Confirmed That The One M8 Will Get Updated To Android M

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AT&T HTC One M9 To Get Android 5.1 OTA Update With Camera Improvements Starting Tomorrow, July 15th

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HTC Uploads The 2GB RUU For The One M9 Developer Edition Android 5.1 Update

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The HTC One M9 Developer Edition Is Being Updated To Android 5.1

Owners of Developer Edition phones are the most dedicated of Android enthusiasts, they who eschew the traditional carrier model and put their money where their mouths are for the sake of total control and the principles of open-source operating systems. (Also, I suppose a few of them might be actual software developers. You never know.) For those who've purchased the Developer Edition of HTC's 2015 flagship, the update to Android 5.1 is going out right now.

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[Update: RUU Available] HTC Desire Eye On AT&T Is Getting Lollipop Today

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[Update: It's Here] HTC One M9 On Sprint Set To Receive Android 5.1 And Camera Improvements Come July 1st

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Verizon HTC One M9 Now Comes With $100 In Google Play Credit

If you're debating where to buy a HTC One M9, Verizon Wireless is now offering anyone who picks one up $100 worth of Google Play credit. That's quite a bit of virtual money you can spend on apps, books, magazines, movies, music, and other digital content.

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This deal is visible both on HTC's website and Verizon Wireless's product page. Verizon is already a compelling carrier to buy the HTC One M9 from, assuming that you're already committed to paying a substantial monthly bill for service.

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The HTC One Max Is Being Updated To Android 5.0 In Some European And Asian Territories

HTC seems to have forgotten about its sole entrant into the "phablet" market - they haven't released anything as large as the 5.9-inch One Max since its debut way back in 2013. But presumably the people who own it still like it, or at least use it, so the news that HTC is finally updating the device to Android 5.0 should be welcome. Numerous users have started receiving the Lollipop OTA as evidenced by posts to Twitter and XDA-Developers.

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HTC Confirms Ads Are Coming To BlinkFeed, But You'll Be Able To Opt Out

A recent post from @Upleaks claimed that ads were coming to HTC BlinkFeed, but the company had nothing to say at the time. Today it's official—BlinkFeed will have native ads as part of a pilot program in the US, UK, Germany, Taiwan, and China. If you're bummed about that, it's not the end of the world. You will be able to opt out.

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