AT&T has done it again, locking down the exclusive rights to the U.S. version of the HTC One X+. As was the case with its predecessor, the One X, AT&T
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
North Americans will look for their own One X+ announcement in the coming weeks.
In yet another sign of things to be announced, the HTC One X+has been spotted in an upcoming O2 brochure. The details are pretty much what we’ve seen as of
RECORDED LIVE SEPT. 20, 2012 For the first time in months, the entire gang gets together to form the Android Podcast Voltron. Topics this week include LG’s Optimus G and
With the anniversary of the Galaxy Nexus fast approaching, anxious eyes are starting to look for clues and details for it successor. And since we’re talking about maybe five Nexus
So you wanted to get the HTC One X from AT&T earlier this summer but weren’t too keen on the $200 price tag. You waited, saw that it hit $99,
HTC wants you to consider them for your next smartphone. So much so that they are offering trade-in values for your old stuff to the tune of up to $300.
Seems like every year around this time we find ourselves looking at a leaked Verizon roadmap with multiple smartphone release dates. Such is the case today as we learn what
HTC is set to deliver Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the unlocked One X, according to reports surfacing this morning. MoDaCo’s Paul O’Brien, who has an inside source, also advises that
In the market for a new smartphone but don’t know what to do with it? If you’re considering an HTC for your next device, then there’s a new option to
HTC has taken to Twitter to tease their new announcements which take place less than 24 hours from now. The image you see here is what just went live online,
OK guys and gals, here’s something awesome to consider over this weekend. You know that rumored 5-inch HTC phone/tablet device? The one said to offer a 1080p HD display? Yeah, it’s real.
A few more tidbits for the HTC One X+ have made their way online, this time courtesy of our friends over at HTC Source. According to one of their insiders,