Chiming in with new details surrounding the M10's camera is LlabTooFeR?. A reliable source of leaks and information on upcoming HTC devices, he says the HTC M10 could be outfitted with the same Sony IMX377 camera sensor that's found in the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, but with one big surprise...
When Google announced the Nexus 6P and 5X at an event in San Francisco back in September of last year, they talked a lot about the camera that they put inside of each, calling it the “best all-around” they had ever used. One of the major...Show More Summary
Noted leaker @evleaks is reporting that the HTC One M10, thought to be the next flagship device from HTC, will launch in the U.S. the week of May 9. He also claims that HTC will release a watch before that time. Small consolation, HTC...Show More Summary
According to Evan Blass, aka evleaks, HTC’s upcoming One M10 flagship device is scheduled to launch in the US the week of May 9. This is the first solid date that we have heard regarding the One M10, with the only other intel suggesting that...Show More Summary
According to well-known leaker LlabTooFeR, HTC Perfume (aka HTC One M10) will offer a Sony IMX377 sensor on its rear camera. That's the same sensor found in the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X.
HTC may have failed with its flagship efforts last year but this year's HTC One M10 could change that when it launches in the US in the second week of May.
If the rumors are to believed, it seems like HTC will be skipping out on MWC 2016 to announce their flagship smartphone, which right now is rumored to be the HTC One M10. Instead HTC is said to be choosing to announce the handset inShow More Summary
HTC has been using the M7, M8, and M9 suffix for three years now, but that may change this year. If this rumor is true, HTC will be releasing a new flagship under the “HTC One” name but with a new suffix to denote the model. The same rumor also gives a date for the unveiling, [...]
HTC's One M10 could have an entirely different name by the time it launches. And that launch is supposedly happening April 11th according to a new report.
While HTC’s smartphones aren’t bad, they aren’t exactly up to par especially against the likes of Samsung. However could HTC be planning on turning things around with the HTC One M10? That’s what HTC’s chairwoman Cher Wang said last year when she promised that we could expect a redesigned HTC flagship for 2016. Show More Summary
Initial rumors suggested we were looking at a larger 5.1-inch QHD display, but according to well-known HTC-leaker @LlabTooFeR, it appears that the screen will be even larger at 5.2-inches.
HTC's latest hot deal takes 40% off the cost of the 32GB Nexus 9, which was their first Nexus tablet to date (and one of the very few they've released in their lifetime). To go along with a 40% reduction in price, the Taiwanese company also throws in a free Logitech wireless keyboard with your purchase.
HTC is preparing to celebrate Valentine's Day by offering a massive 40 percent off the Nexus 9. Should you be looking to treat your loved one to a brand new tablet, picking up the Nexus 9 for only $239 may be an ideal option to really make the upcoming day that little bit more special. Show More Summary
Oculus VR has one of its biggest brains working on a feature that could make mobile virtual reality even more impressive than the Rift or HTC Vive. John Carmack, chief technology officer at Oculus, revealed in a tweet today that he is spending the majority of his time working on the problem of positional tracking […]
Virtual reality is quickly becoming one of the most competitive realms of technology. The long-awaited Oculus Rift is finally coming to market and other competitors such as Samsung, HTC and Valve are entering the scene to get in on the action. Google was [...]
I don’t know about you but I’m looking forward to February 21st because that’s when both LG and Samsung are going to unveil their latest flagship smartphones. It appears that HTC has decided to skip an MWC reveal in favor of its own event where it wants the spotlight to be squarely on the HTC One M10. Show More Summary
Sprint is now rolling out the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the HTC One M9.
Last week Sprint’s HTC One M8 started to receive its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. During that time, HTC’s VP of Product Management Mo Versi also confirmed that the update for the HTC One M9 was also in the works and would most likely be released the following week. Show More Summary
True to HTC's word, the One M9 is now receiving Android's latest dessert (software version 3.41.651.3) on Sprint and we're sure users have been anxiously waiting with open arms.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now starting to roll out to the HTC One M9 on Sprint, according to the carrier's software update page. Though the update began rolling out today, February 5, according to the page, Sprint notes that the staged rollout may take several days to reach everyone. Show More Summary