The flagship smartphone is expected to touch down on U.S. soil on March 22
HTC has a new countdown on its website which ticks off the seconds until the February 19 press event. The timer is interesting for a number of reasons, all of which pertain to the forthcoming device announcement. Watch the countdown for a few moments and …
After months of hype and speculation, the HTC M7 will come to market as the HTC One. Yes, that’s the name being reported by Unwired View (@evleaks) today. We’re confused and don’t really like the name; what do you give the rumored HTC M4 or …
HTC today put together an infographic related to camera technology over the past two centuries. A cool little recap of history on its own, it seemingly confirms recently leaked details in that HTC will employ something special in the upcoming M7 smartphone. Rumors surfacing this …
HTC will employ a new camera sensor for the upcoming M7 smartphone, reports Pocketlint. Said to be marketed as “Ultrapixels”, it’s not all that different from what other companies have done with their camera technology. Instead of looking for the 13-megapixel camera sensor, we should …
Verizon will reportedly delay the release of the HTC M7.
HTC will announce a mid-range and entry-level Android smartphone in the weeks following the M7, reports Unwired View (@evleaks). Just as they have in previous years, the handset maker will produce devices aimed at demographics outside of high-end hardware lovers. Think HTC One X, One …
HTC is sending out invitations to a press event for February 19 where it is expected that a new flagship smartphone will be announced. Presumably, this is the day where see the official unveiling of the long-rumored HTC M7. Very little is known about the …
T-Mobile USA is the only major carrier that has yet to sign on for the upcoming HTC M7, according to the often-correct @evleaks. AT&T is the third wireless provider to jump on board with the device, following Sprint and Verizon. Those two, by the way, …
The HTC M7 scene seems to be picking up steam as of late, what with two renders of the soon-to-be-announced smartphone. Just as the second one looks more legit than the first, the same could be said about this one. Really, what’s more real-looking than …
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