After getting a look at what the HTC M8 (the HTC One’s 2014 successor) may look like, @evleaks has shared that the HTC’s new flagship Android phone will launch on all four major US service providers by the end of Q1 2014.
The M8′s predecessor, the HTC One, did technically start showing up at retail ... Read More »
After releasing the Android 4.3 update for the Sprint and AT&T HTC One, it looks like T-Mobile customers a next on the list to receive the update. HTC’s Jason Mackenzie sent out a reassuring tweet on Friday to confirm that the T-Mobile HTC One Android 4.3 update will be pushed out by the middle of ... Read More »
The HTC One max has yet to be announced, but that doesn’t mean we have to sit around and wait for official announcements to find out which service providers will be selling the phone. While we’ve already heard rumors that the HTC One max will be heading to AT&T and Sprint, two new pictures ... Read More »
I’ve always been fascinated by phones like the Vertu devices. They were so high end, with gold plating and diamonds and leather, yet they were essentially dumb phones up until recently. And even now, the specs would make any techie chuckle to themselves and offer to melt it down to sell for scrap. We’ve also ... Read More »
AT&T is just having all the fun in the world today as they launch new smartphones. They actually launched four, but since the Moto X is deserving of its own post, we’ll just cover the other three for now. Today’s announcements cover a range of different screen sizes, ranging from 4.3-inches all the way to ... Read More »
Verizon has long been on an anti-modding streak, locking down every Android phone that comes through their doors. This includes offerings from HTC, Samsung, and Motorola. In fact, Verizon’s Motorola devices used to be the king of locked bootloaders, with a system that took quite a while to crack. But they aren’t alone anymore. It ... Read More »
According to @evleaks, the fabled HTC One Max (aka the HTC T6) will be carried by AT&T here in the US. HTC One Max rumors suggest the device will feature a 5.9-inch 1080p display, 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, Ultrapixel camera and a generous 3,300 mAh battery. We do not know ... Read More »
If you’ve been considering a new contract with AT&T then now might be the perfect time to make your move. AT&T is currently running a deal for 50% off the subsidized price of any smartphone from 99 cents up to $199. On top of that they are waiving the always irritating activation fee.
The two ... Read More »
No-contract wireless plans are getting a lot of attention lately, now that we have unlocked Android smartphones that support LTE networks in the US. I recently purchased the unlocked HTC One Developer Edition and I paired it with a T-Mobile Simple Choice plan, but I also wanted to test the device on AT&T. ... Read More »
The HTC First, the world’s first phone to ship with Facebook Home pre-installed, is now on sale at AT&T. Available in white, black, red and pale blue, the HTC First can be purchased for $99.99 with a new two-year contract or $449.99 for those who aren’t willing to sign their life away to AT&T.
While the HTC ... Read More »