HTC Corporation, formerly High-Tech Computer Corporation, is a manufacturer of smartphones and tablets with headquarter in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Founded in 1997, HTC began as an original design and equipment manufacturer, dedicating in mobile phones, touchscreen phones, and PDAs manufacturing.
March 25th, HTC released a new version of the HTC One — codenamed M8, might refer to the fact that this is the eight flagship smartphone that HTC has launched — in New York City and London. Continue reading
HTC has actually started to roll out Android 4.4.2 KitKat to the HTC One and HTC One Maximum in the UK, following the updates’ release in the United States.
The firmware, available via the software application update button on the HTC One and HTC One Maximum mobiles, has been well-waited on by individuals. HTC drew the update for the HTC One last month due to concerns, but now it’s back on track for Vodafone, O2, and Three customers. EE is coming quickly. Continue reading
That HTC “Wish 8″ you’ve been viewing lately? You’ll get a respectable multimedia experience courtesy of the BoomSound frontal stereo presenters (with specialized amplifiers), along with the 13-megapixel f/2.2 primary video camera (with Zoe method in HTC Feeling 5.5 UI) plus the 5-megapixel f/2.8 selfie cam.
Remarkably, this will be the first HTC phone to take a nano-SIM, which could have the ability to entice a few apple iphone 5c users. Ultimately, it’s about the rate, and we must understand soon offered the China launch next month (likely March 18th), complied with by a worldwide launch in April. Continue reading
Last year the worldwide famous Taiwanese firm launched three mind-blowing phones the One X, the OneX+ and Droid DNA. However, this year whole focus was done on a single device the HTC One. This smartphone has certainly a wow factor in terms of design. As seen according to the hardware design, this phone is unparalleled. The manufactures has devoted a lot of time in machining solid block on aluminum. Continue reading
The HTC One is an Android smartphone manufactured by Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. The device serves as a successor to HTC’s 2012 flagship phone, the One X—a device that was critically acclaimed, but commercially unsuccessful due in part to poor marketing efforts. The HTC One was developed with an emphasis on unique hardware and software features, such as an aluminum casing, a new image sensor implementation for its camera, stereo speakers, a revised version of HTC’s Sense user experience, and other new software functionality such as the “BlinkFeed” news aggregator and “Zoe” camera features. Continue reading
HTC is coming back strong on the market and now they are trying to overcome the market by introducing their new phones with Win8. To do this, they are introducing their line of Win8 phones and they have two representatives, one for the high-end market and another for the midrange. The HTC 8X- or Windows Phone 8X is their high-end response to Nokia’s Lumia 920. But is it good enough?
The phones’ design looks awesomely familiar, but with its own charm. It has a very slim bezel and the back of the uni-body is slightly curved, with curved edges on the sides. The back panel is made out of smooth high end plastic. Continue reading
HTC has been numb for a while and that doesn’t smell good especially in this fast pace, fast changing mobile device world. Now, they have introduced on the market a phone that will come out this month and by the specs it seems it is a middle range device, for the everyday consumer.
This smartphone is definitely a middle range, but enough with the high end devices, not everyone can afford a flagship device. The phone has a great look and feel as its back plate has a unibody look. Continue reading
After few months of sleep and a lot of similar uninventive Gingerbread gadgets, HTC made a bum with their new series of One phones, returning to the right path. But, this series doesn’t respond to the vast majority of users because it is not aimed at the shallow pocket regular users. That’s why the Taiwanese giant decided to recycle their Desire phone and in it to put the necessary hardware that will be enough for some one that doesn’t want or doesn’t have the money to buy a more expensive model.
Desire C has a tough task, to put Wildfire S in a well-deserved retirement. Continue reading
It’s not a fresh news to inform you all about a Facebook smartphone- we’ve seen quite some devices with implemented dedicated Facebook key, but this time, we’re discussing about a Facebook’s own device.
The last news comes from “The New York Times”, which says that Facebook as a company plans to launch their first own smartphone. The well known Facebook phones are developed by companies like HTC, Alcatel, Motorola- HTC Cha Cha and Salsa, Alcatel OT- 916, Motorola Motokey Social etc. Continue reading
HTC Desire C
The Taiwanese HTC brings us a new Desire C, a heavily rumored Android phone, which photos leaked on several mobile phone web pages in the last month. The blurry images showed a smaller device with only 3 capacitive buttons, common for the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), which design was somehow familiar. Previously codenamed HTC Wildfire C and HTC Golf, the device did some close-up shots.
We can clearly see that the device resembles the design of the Wildfire family, but at the end, HTC decided to give the Desire family name.
From the specs we can see, it’s planned to be a entry-level Android device that will run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). HTC decided to put this new kind of a low-end device instead of upgrading the existing ones. Continue reading