The HTC One M8 was easily the most beautiful Android smartphone of the year in 2014. It might not have been the best-selling handset since HTC doesn’t quite have a marketing budget that compares to its massive rivals Samsung and Apple, but the M8 is still one of our favorite phones of all time. Now, it looks like we may finally know when the phone’s sequel — presumably dubbed the HTC One M9 — will be announced. More →
We know that HTC is supposed to pushed out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its flagship smartphones soon, but what about all the other devices in its lineup? Phone Probe directs our attention to a new leak from Vietnamese blog HTCViet that purportedly reveals the timeline for when every eligible HTC smartphone will get Google’s latest mobile platform. More →
HTC’s 2014 flagship phone, the HTC One M8, was the most beautiful smartphone that debuted last year. Of course, it also featured terrific performance and a gorgeous display to match its fantastic design. In 2015, the world is waiting to see what HTC comes up with once again, and this year it looks like the company’s flagship HTC One M9 will be accompanied by a larger phablet model as HTC looks to continue its rebound. More →
It might not be the newest Android phone in the world, and it might not be the most powerful. It also isn’t the fastest phone on the planet, and it doesn’t have the highest-resolution display either. There is little question that the HTC One (M8) is the sleekest phone the world has ever seen though, and it’s also the most solid and well-built.
While we all wait to see what HTC has in store for us in 2015, owners of the company’s 2014 flagship phone still have plenty to look forward to thanks to Google’s major Android 5.0 Lollipop update, which will soon be available for the One (M8). Thanks to a new leak, however, we can see what Lollipop looks like on the M8 right now. More →
HTC released another quarterly earnings report this week and once again the beleaguered Taiwanese company posted dismal resul… actually, wait. It didn’t! Bloomberg reports that HTC not only reported a better-than-expected profit of NT$470 million in Q4 2014 but it also posted year-over-year sales growth for the first time in more than three years. More →
HTC at CES 2015 unveiled a brand new mid-range Android smartphone that packs an interesting feature that photographers who love taking selfies on a regular basis will certainly appreciate. The handset comes with a great front-facing camera that HTC has so far used as the main shooter on some of its past flagship handsets, including the latest HTC One smartphones. More →
One of the most anticipated smartphones of 2015 will without a doubt be HTC’s followup to its highly acclaimed HTC One (M8) and recently leaked specs indicate that it will be an absolute monster of a device. Nowhereelse.fr has spotted a new benchmark over at AnTuTu that seemingly confirms earlier reports about the hardware on HTC’s next flagship phone, including significantly improved front-facing and rear-facing cameras. More →
After obtaining a leaked picture allegedly showing the front panel of one of 2015’s most anticipated Android handsets of the year a few weeks ago, Nowhereelse’s Steve Hemmerstoffer posted an image on Twitter that reportedly shows the press render of the same device, suggesting a launch may be closer than initially believed. More →
HTC makes terrific smartphones and now you can get any of its current models for 20% off their off-contract price. HTC announced this week that buying any smartphone off its website — including the critically acclaimed HTC One (M8), the HTC One (M8) for Windows, and the HTC Desire Eye — will give you an immediate 20% discount as long as you buy it between now and the end of January 2nd, 2015. You’re also limited to one phone per customer so you can’t completely rob HTC of its entire inventory. For details about all the phones HTC is selling, check out the company’s Hot Deals page at the source link below.
After a report detailed some of the specs of HTC’s One (M8) successor, so far referred to as the HTC One (M9), a leaker who posted accurate information about unreleased HTC devices in the past has now shared more details about what looks like a new monster Android handset coming from the Taiwanese handset maker in the next few months. More →
I was a big fan of the Nexus 9 tablet when I reviewed it back in November. In fact, I said that unless you need the awesome productivity features afforded by the Galaxy Note 10.1, the Nexus 9 is likely the only Android tablet you should consider buying.
At the time, I also briefly mentioned a nifty optional accessory called the Keyboard Folio. It was only mentioned briefly because it wasn’t available back in November, but now Google has sent a unit to me for review and I was finally able to spend a significant amount of time with it.
This year’s One (M8) Android phone from HTC is easily the most beautiful smartphone of 2014. The design is incredible and the all-aluminum build is unmatched. Apple’s iPhones are typically the most sleek smartphones each year by a wide margin, but ugly antenna lines and a peculiar protruding camera lens marred an otherwise fantastic design this year.
Turning our attention to 2015, it’s probably safe to say that the upcoming HTC One (M9) will be among the most beautiful phones on the planet yet again next year. Of course, it’s amazing what you can accomplish when pesky things like physics and the cost of materials aren’t standing in your way, and a new HTC One (M9) concept shows us the Android smartphone we have all been dying for. More →