The HTC U12+ is getting a new coat of paint in the U.S.
Google launched Android 9 Pie to the public recently, and some companies are already jumping on the hype train to announce which of their devices will be gettin the update.
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Heads up, U.S.-based HTC U12+ owners, because there’s a new software update now rolling out that you’re going to want to download.
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Things aren’t going so well for HTC at the moment (or over the last couple of years, really), and the company is looking for a way to right the ship.
HTC isn’t doing so well. Despite continuing to make smartphones for both the flagship and budget segments, sales continue to drop. In fact, the companies monthly sales have fallen 68% since June of last year. The company made T$2.2 billion ($72 million USD) in June, compared to T$2.45 billion in May.
Much of the problem is that ... Read More »
HTC has been trying for years to right the ship, but its quarterly profits have continued on a steady decline despite its best efforts.
The disappearance of the headphone jack doesn’t benefit consumers in any meaningful way. We could talk about device thickness, more room for a bigger battery, and other space-related constraints and design choices, but we still lost a valuable and relevant feature in many of our flagships. Now we have to carry an adapter with us ... Read More »
The HTC U12+ is official and packs a spec list that puts it in direct competition with the best smartphones on the market. The highlight of the device is its 6-inch 2880×1440 display with an 18:9 widescreen aspect ratio, perfect for watching videos and viewing photos. The display is noticeably notch-free and the ... Read More »
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