Looks like the AT&T version of the One M7 is the next HTC device in line to get a Lollipop treat.
Well, that didn’t take long. Just a couple of days after the HTC One E9+ was revealed in all its glory in a set of leaked images, the device has been made officially official.
In yet another leak, the HTC One M9+ has made an appearance, this time with some official-looking press images. The images confirm what we already know about the design of the device. It will be constructed of aluminum and feature a Duo Camera setup on the back with the main camera clocking in ... Read More »
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HTC‘s upcoming One E9+ has shown itself in a new leak from @upleaks. Wednesday gave us our first view of the One E9 in a leak and today’s pictures give us a larger, clearer look at the ... Read More »
A few weeks after making its debut in Barcelona, the HTC One M9 will officially go on sale.
The HTC One E9 has leaked in a new photo from @upleaks, revealing that it will pack the flagship specs in a plastic body, much the same as its predecessor, the HTC One E8. The device is designed in the same way as the standard One M9, but swaps out the ... Read More »
While many around the world were likely hoping for more out of the HTC One M9, it seems that there may be an improved model on the way. New leaks are pointing to a One M9+ that’s bound for China, specifically China Mobile. The device features a Duo Camera setup like the One ... Read More »
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HTC has announced that chairman and co-founder Cher Wang is replacing Peter Chou as CEO, effective immediately. As HTC has faced several years of financial troubles, the company has looked to streamline, trim down and shift toward creating only devices that will guarantee sales. With a mixed response to the HTC ... Read More »
HTC’s “Hold This Cat” ad that launched last year to help promote the One (M8) wasn’t all that clear when it came to actually promoting last year’s flagship. It was unique, for sure, but whether or not it actually worked to sell any One M8′s is a question worth asking. Based on HTC’s doubling down on ... Read More »