AT&T has dropped the price of the Facebook Home smartphone, the HTC First, to less than one dollar. If you’ve been waiting to scoop up the HTC handset because of
Consumers now have until June 19 to take advantage of the special promotion.
A mid-range take on the HTC One flagship experience, the HTC “M4“, has been tossing about the rumor mill for a few months. Once reported to be an HTC First
HTC, now more than ever, needs the HTC One to help save the company from falling completely into obscurity. The handset maker today indicated that it will report its lowest
The HTC One is making its way to USA through AT&T, Sprint and, now, T-Mobile. If you are a T-Mobile customer interested in the hot new smartphone you can pre-order
The HTC One, available for pre-order right now, is one of the best Android devices available. Highly appreciated by reviewers and critics alike, HTC introduced the developer edition of the HTC
HTC will take the flagship Android-powered HTC One on a tour of the United States this spring, giving consumers a chance to see try out the new experience. Coinciding with
The first alleged images of the Facebook Home experience have leaked online, giving us an early look at what lies ahead for the HTC First. As you can tell from
Sprint today announced that the HTC One will arrive on April 19. Priced at $199.99, the phone will be offered in pre-orders starting from Friday, April 5. The HTC One
Pre-orders begin starting from April 4 for the 32GB and 64GB models.
We’ve yet to hear from any of the major wireless carriers as to when the HTC One will be offered, but that doesn’t mean we’re completely in the dark. Today
New details for the Facebook Home experience suggest that the app/launcher could be offered across other Android smartphones. The team at Android Police have been able to rip into the
AT&T will be the sole provider of the 64GB (internal storage) HTC One, according to a YouTube video posted by the carrier. You’ll notice that there are two mentions of
There is no Facebook phone. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook’s upcoming Android announcement is actually more of a home screen experience and not an actual device. That rumored