The HTC First has hit a series of misfortunes, pointing toward an early death for the smartphone that has only been on the market for about a month.
Consumers have snapped up the HTC One since its delayed release in the United States nearly three weeks ago. Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile all offer HTC’s flagship phone, but what about Verizon?
Android 4.3 is still a twinkle in a developer’s eye, but there could be clues to what to expect in the next iteration of the open-source operating system.
The first quarter of 2013 shows mixed numbers for Apple in both smartphone and mobile operating system market shares.
Customers looking to pick up an HTC One can snag a big discount if they trade in their phones this weekend. In addition to its usual $100 trade-in program, HTC is now offering up to $375 for your old smartphone when you purchase a One.
It’s hard enough to get ahold of an HTC One these days, what with supply shortages and the flagship phone selling out at many retail stores. But HTC insists a recent injunction won’t further affect the One’s availability.
If you want an HTC One, grab it as soon as you can; the component shortages that delayed the phone for six weeks could be starting up again.
Intrepid smartphone buyers rejoice: it seems that two high-profile devices are becoming available for purchase. T-Mobile's iPhone 5 has hit retail stores' shelves, and it seems that some AT&T stores are allowing eager consumers to snag an HTC One.
An unlocked 32GB GSM version of the HTC One is now available for pre-order for $574.99.
The next installment of the Windows Phone brand might already be underdevelopment and not under the name widely speculated.
The HTC One is gearing up for an Android update.
The HTC One release will be delayed, as the embattled phone manufacturer struggles to source enough components for its flagship smartphone.
The HTC Windows Phone 8X received a price discount, but the offer is not available on AT&T Online.
Amid shortages of its UltraPixel camera components, the release of the HTC One has been delayed as the phone manufacturer scrambles to produce enough stock to meet demand.
AT&T has issued an Android Jelly Bean update for the HTC One X.