Leaks are common in the tech industry and this time the target is the HTC Desire 626, when its full list of specs was leaked ahead of its introduction at the Mobile World Congress 2015.
Apple's flagship phone, the iPhone 6, is currently the smartphone to beat. The opening weekend of the iPhone 6 was Apple's best ever for a new smartphone, and it has been reported that 10 million units were sold in just three days.
I went to use my tablet recently and had to remove a slight layer of dust. It had accumulated ever since I upgraded my smartphone to the HTC Desire 816. This is the mid-range offering from HTC. It can best be described as large. Like, very large. For people used to a top-of-the-line smartphone, this may not be...
Two of HTC's more recent devices are headed to British phone retailer Mobiles.co.uk: the mid-range HTC Desire 820 and Desire 620. The Desire 620 will be priced between £15 and £20 per month, while the 820 will cost between £18 and £22 per month.
Narcissism goes hi-res Review Why has HTC’s flagship M8 One not been more popular? It’s visually arresting, critically highly regarded, has a great display, and is very well made. It should sell more strongly than it does.…
Check out this newly introduced Android 5.0 smartphone from HTC, the Desire 826. Featuring hidden dual front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers with Dolby audio, this 4G LTE-enabled smartphone is packed with a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display, an octa-core (1.7GHz & 1.0GHz) Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, an Adreno 405 GPU, a 2GB RAM, a […]
Yesterday at CES, HTC announced the newest device in their lineup of Desire smartphones. Years ago, HTC's flagship devices fell under the Desire brand. In recent years, the Desire brand has been shifted to more budget oriented devices. Show More Summary
If ever there was proof that selfies won’t be going anywhere in a hurry, it’s smartphones finally making sure their cameras are equal to our pouts. HTC hasn’t used CES 2015 to show off a new super-phone, but the company has cast itself in a flattering light by unveiling its new Desire 826 – an update of the Desire 820... Show More Summary
Another six months have gone by, so I guess It's time for an another Desire 8-series to land, right? Right. Well, earlier today at CES 2015 HTC launched the Desire 826, a new mid-range phone destined for the Asia Pacific market -- at least for now. I got a chance to briefly play with the new handset tonight at Digital Experience, and came away pretty satisfied.
While CES isn't usually the kind of show that HTC would make a big deal out of, the company somehow decided to use this opportunity to throw out a new mid-range flagship device: the Desire 826. While it's positioned as a follow-up to the Desire 820 (...
HTC has announced the Desire 826 for the Asia-Pacific region, bringing an updated version of its mid-range smartphone to bear. The 5.5-inch display (at 1080p) is clad in a polycarbonate body and is running a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon...Show More Summary
HTC has announced a low-ender intended for UK markets — the Desire 320. This is a non-LTE device powered by a quad-core Mediatek MT6582M at 1.3 GHz, running Android 4.4 KitKat. It's got BlinkFeed and Video Highlights on board, has a 4.5 inch display at 854x480 and a 5-megapixel rear camera. Show More Summary
Your smartphone selfies look horrible. It's true and you know it. It's not your fault, it's your smartphone's Almost all smartphones have a low-res front-facing camera with 1 to 2-megapixels. It's laughable how little they've improved...Show More Summary
2014 was the year that the word "selfie" finally -- and maybe unfortunately -- found its way into honest-to-goodness dictionaries. Is it really any surprise, then, that smartphone makers are finally starting to upgrade their front-facing cameras? Wit...
Getting entry-level devices from top manufacturers is the way to go to get a good smartphone without the sticker shock. Two good examples of great quality smartphones at low prices are the LG G3 Vigor, and the HTC Desire 612. The devices have plenty in common as both are well-built and have impressive battery life, and they both run on the Android OS.