HTC is pushing out a new update to the Blinkfeed app that re-brands it to HTC Sense Home, while adding in some new features. The change comes in advance of the launch of the One M9, bringing some of its new software features to the One M8 and One ... Read More »
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Looks like the AT&T version of the One M7 is the next HTC device in line to get a Lollipop treat.
If you’ve got an HTC One device and you’re wondering when it’ll get Android 5.1, I’ve got some news for you.
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Apparently HTC and T-Mobile just couldn’t wait until March 10 to treat their One M7-toting customers to a Lollipop.
If you’re still rocking an HTC One M7 on T-Mobile, the next week is going to be an exciting one for you.
HTC announced this morning that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is now making its way to HTC One (M7) users in Europe. Lollipop updates are in full swing and the update has already started for the One (M7). We’ve seen the GPe edition, developer edition and Sprint HTC One ... Read More »
The update may be a few days late, but we’re sure that HTC One (M7) Developer Edition and Sprint HTC One (M7) owners will be more than delighted to hear that their phones can now be updated to Android 5.0.1. The update includes all the under the hood improvements that Google baked into ... Read More »
We are less than a month away from seeing the next generation of devices from HTC, but if you aren’t concerned with being on the bleeding edge, you can enjoy some deep savings on an HTC One (M7) through Best Buy right now.
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HTC has announced that it will be unable to meet its 90-day update goal for Android 5.0 Lollipop. Last year, HTC began the HTC Advantage program for HTC One devices, which promised that major Android updates would be released within 90 days of the ... Read More »
Following this morning’s HTC One (M9) leak, more design details on HTC’s latest flagship have surfaced online thanks to a trusted source of blog HTC Source. It looks like the blurry-cam photos from NowhereElse are real, single camera and all.