HTC has announced the new Mediatek variant of the Desire 820. With the new chipset in tow, it promises even better performance than the Snapdragon 615 unveiled several months ago.
There’s a new smartphone aiming to dethrone whichever device is claiming to be the current selfie king of smartphones. Its name is the HTC Desire Eye, a premium mid-range Android handset with dual 13-megapixel cameras and the first to use the HTC Eye Experience.
HTC is currently busy churning out smartphones with 64-bit computing capabilities. There’s the world’s octa-core 64-bit smartphone that’s being teased for unveiling early next month. But in the meantime, the company has officially announced the HTC Desire 510, yet another 64-bit handset thanks to its Snapdragon 410 processor.
HTC has expanded its mid-range smartphone portfolio in the form of the new Desire 616, a dual SIM handset with an octa-core processor for $240.
The Nexus series of devices have quite a following thanks to a typically great combination of specs and pricing. The next tablet in the Nexus lineup could be much pricier than folks are accustomed to though because the purported maker of the Nexus 9, HTC, wants it to rock some seriously awesome hardware.
The flagship HTC One M8 is one gorgeous piece of smartphone hardware, but if you’re looking for the same level of performance without spending too much, the newly announced HTC One E8 may be more to your liking. It basically takes the innards of the M8 and surrounds it with a plastic chassis rather than an aluminum one with a few minor changes.
As expected, the new HTC flagship came out a couple of hours ago. Better in almost every aspect, the HTC One (M8) is gorgeous and arguably the smartphone to die for this year.
HTC’s latest effort into the budget market is a smartphone that’s powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor (which is a first in the company’s product portfolio). The upcoming HTC Desire 310 is dual-SIM device with 4.5-inch display and entry-level specs.
HTC is holding off the announcement for its next flagship device until March 25. In the meantime, the company has announced its new, mid-range HTC Desire 816 smartphone. It comes with the style and design of the HTC One, but in plastic form.
While we wait for the All New HTC One to be unveiled on March 25, here are some official photos to drool over, made available by none other than @evleaks himself.
Have you ever wondered how smartphone makers systematically roll out new versions of Android into their existing devices? In an effort to enlighten its customers (instead of just announcing upgrade availability and statuses), HTC has a detailed infographic explaining how everything is done.