After a year of forgettable sales figures and dropping stock prices, HTC has put everything they have into the HTC One. It is easily one of the most anticipated flagship superphones this year and should continue to be one of the top 5 for at least a year. The best news of all? It’s officially hit Philippine shores.
HTC has officially unveiled a new smartphone in its Desire product line. Known as the HTC Desire 600, this mid-range smartphone is packed with features originally found in the company’s latest flagship device, the HTC One.
HTC’s flagship android phone for 2013 has been doing well on various markets right now and they’ve probably realized that they nailed something that tickles the interest of the public. What about a smaller HTC One? Or perhaps an HTC One Half? Just kidding!
We love gadgets and we know you do too. Techies don’t usually toss around their lovely gadgets and in fact it’s always on a safe haven to prevent it from having scratches. But despite all that, we can’t really tell when and where our smartphone will be dropped.
HTC unveils a new affordable android phone that sports the same old design that we’re really getting sick of – though we still find it sexy. HTC Desire U is their new offering to target entry-level users in Taiwan and China. Can this device keep HTC in the entry-level game? Read on to find out.
If you’re currently undecided on which smartphone to get this Christmas, you might want to take a look on these new devices from HTC. There is one entry on each platform – HTC One X+ for android lovers and the Windows Phone 8X for people who want to try out Microsoft’s latest offering.
The rumored upgrade of HTC One X turned out to be true as HTC unveils HTC One X+. They say that it’s almost exactly the original version but is equipped with a few bump in specifications. If you want to know more about this phone, then I suggest that you read the details below to see a clearer look on what we should look forward to in this smartphone.
The iPhone 5 fever is still up and this time it will be compared against the top android phones in the market. If you’re fed up already, the buzz has just gone wild and I believe that it will not stop pouring in anytime soon. The opponents in the videos below are the Galaxy SIII, Galaxy Note, and HTC One X. The videos are embedded below are courtesy of Android Authority.
The HTC 8S was along with its bigger sibling HTC 8X in the recent launch held by HTC and Microsoft. The HTC 8S, like the 8X, will be carrying the Windows Phone 8 platform with it to take on the Android and iOS in the smartphone marketplace. This device is expected to rival Nokia Lumia 820 which is really obvious since both of them were on the mid-range level.
HTC’s new flagship smartphone was now officially announced through a media event held earlier. The device is running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 OS just like the Nokia’s Lumia 920. So its safe to say that this handset will eventually square off against the Lumia. The full features of Windows Phone 8 is still yet to be revealed because Microsoft is still holding it. In the meantime, lets check the hardware configurations of the HTC 8X.
HTC’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 smartphone gets leaked to the web. The handset is set to be officially unveiled on September 19 through a media event of HTC but twitter user “FootballPDA” spills out its image and specifications. Don’t get too excited though as this will not reveal all of its features. Lets get to the details below.
HTC announced HTC Desire X, an android phone that is just on the borderline of the budget and mid-range level. It really looks confusing on what class should this device be but based from the specs, I would prefer to tag this to the mid-range level. This will eventually fall in between the price range of HTC Desire C and HTC Desire V.
As a result of the early success of the Nexus 7, HTC is now reportedly looking to build a tablet PC for their brand in cooperation with Pegatron. It is pretty obvious in recent news that HTC is needing various ways in coping up in the android competition mainly because of their high-end pricing level in their smartphones. Yeah, that’s the cost of being “exclusive”.
The HTC One S finally arrived in the Philippines and will now go on sale for Filipinos to buy. The One S’s availability was slightly delayed because HTC felt that the market didn’t need it during the time of the HTC One X launch. Now, they finally launch it together with its cousins in the Desire Family – HTC Desire C and HTC Desire V.