HTC today confirmed that the HTC Sense 5 UI will be coming to select existing models as part of a software update. Timing is unknown, however the models are expecting the update include variants of the One X, One X+, One S, and HTC Butterfly. As …
HTC is in the midst of testing an Android 4.1 update for the T-Mobile One S, according to emails being sent to customers of said device. As evidenced on TmoNews, an email from HTC is soliciting One S users who want to be among the first to …
HTC confirmed back in July that HTC One S and other One series devices will receive the Android 4.1 a.k.a Jelly Bean update soon. And today is finally the day when the Android 4.1.1 is making its way to HTC One S. Although, rumor had …
As if we expected anything else, HTC plans to give its 2012 Android devices priority for Jelly Bean updates. A glance through the handset maker’s Android 4.1 F.A.Q. tells us what is going on inside the Quietly Brilliant outfit as it pertains to Jelly Bean. …
There’s a small bit of detail tucked in the very end of HTC’s latest press release (HTC One X+ announced for October) which has implications for a pair of its other 2012 handsets. As you likely surmised from the headline, it revolves around the Android …
An Australian carrier is among the first to make noise around the Jelly Bean update for two of HTC’s 2012 handsets.
Is HTC about to muddy their waters with a lower-powered HTC One S variant?
It’s no secret that T-Mobile will be offering a version of the HTC One S as the carrier has already officially committed to it. What is a secret, however, is when we’ll actually see the smartphone arrive at retail stores around the country. According to …
The HTC One X is making its way to the U.S. exclusively via AT&T, but they’re not the only ones getting some HTC One love.T-Mobile USA will be launching the HTC One S, which features a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED …
HTC is getting amped up for the Mobile World Congress and they are ready to rock the show. We recently showed you some test photos taken by the phones that would launch at MWC. Now, we know the codenames of the devices but we would …
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