We recently came to know about HTC’s new name branding, and the two phones under this branding are HTC One X and One S. HTC One X is actually the
Just a few hours ago, we mentioned a mysterious post from HTC on their Facebook page, a simple phone with the number 5 in it, with the caption “this Sunday
Those who follow HTC on Facebook will have noticed a rather ambiguous post this morning. The picture above was posted along with a one sentence commentary. This Sunday you’ll discover
Two of Verizon’s upcoming spring handsets have been leaked online, giving us a pair of new Android smartphones to look forward to seeing. Thanks to the guys at Droid Life we now
The HTC Rhyme, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rezound, and DROID Incredible 2 join the dessert menu this year and will see Android 4.0.
We’re getting down to the wire here as Mobile World Congress approaches so it makes sense to get a few final leaks for various smartphones. Such is the case here
One of the responsibilities of the HTCdev team includes providing a method to unlock the bootloader on several HTC devices. They now allow users to unlock the bootloader on over
Limited to a couple hundred European users, HTC is giving early access to 4.0 with Sense UI.
If you thought that HTC’s partnership with Beats Audio stopped with software enhancements and fancy headphones then you’d be wrong. No, the two players are expected to take things further
How does a quad-core HTC device with Playstation games sound to you?
A leaked RUU file for the upcoming HTC Endeavor has confirmed all the pretty little details that we’ve come to expect out of HTC’s upcoming handset. Landing online this past
A presumed successor to the Droid Incredible line has been spotted online, but will it make the trip to Barcelona this month?
The handset maker adds new models to the list of devices expected to receive Android 4.0. Additionally, HTC outlines a specific time frame for select smartphones.
HTC has released their Q4 records from 2011, and sadly it doesn’t look very good. Q1, Q2 and Q3 were fairly good for the Taiwanese company, but we think HTC is probably a