If you're going to clone one of 2014's hottest Android flagships, you might as well clone others, right? Goophone certainly thinks so. It just launched the Goophone M8, a smartphone that bears an uncanny resemblance to the all new (and...
Its no secret that those of us who have supported devices have been waiting for the latest iteration of Android to drop. Google launched Android 4.4 KitKat late last year and the first priority was its own crop of Nexus devices. Other...Show More Summary
For every popular mobile device you can expect to find a clone developed by a Chinese manufacturer. There are dozens of iPhone clones out there, and just recently a company called Goophone released its Samsung Galaxy S5 clone. Almost every design feature has been replicated to make it look as close to the real deal as possible. Show More Summary
HTC took the wraps off of its first Mediatek-powered smartphone, and a new leak of the new HTC One shows off the handset’s dual rear cameras.
It seems that prior to the announcement of the All New HTC One, HTC has unveiled a couple of new handsets, like the mid-ranged HTC Desire 610, and now the company has recently announced the HTC Desire 310, a handset which HTC believes will offer up users “maximum value”, indicating that we’re most probably looking at a low-mid ranged handset here. Show More Summary
The All New HTC One is starting to become one of the worst kept secrets as far as 2014’s smartphones are concerned. To date we’ve seen multiple photos and at one point there was even a 12 minute video review of the handset that HTC’s Jeff Gordon was not too happy about. Show More Summary
The new One shows its softer side with age Where the old HTC One had polycarbonate-injected sharp-edged sides, the latest pictographic leak of the upcoming new-for-2014 HTC One shows it with the already-known full metal body, but accentuating the newer, more-friendly curves of the edge. Show More Summary
Leaked images and videos of the HTC One's successor are a dime a dozen, so we've already seen every possible nook and cranny of the device. Why, then, are we reporting on the latest find by @evleaks? It gives us the closest and clearest look of HTC's...
Need to unlock your HTC One in order to install a root level app or a custom ROM? Unusually, there are no special utilities that enable this – instead, you must use HTC’s approved rooting method. Why Unlock A HTC One? You might be happy...Show More Summary
There seems to be nothing that HTC can do to stop detail pictures of The All-New HTC One from leaking out. @evleaks has now posted a new leaked picture that gives us our best look yet at the new flagship device’s dual rear-facing cameras, which HTC will likely tout as a major differentiator when it unveils the device on March 25th. Show More Summary
One part silicone shell, one part polycarbonate spine, this HTC One Max case will protect your phone, and throws in a kickstand for good measure. Here's a look at the Seidio Dilex case for the HTC One Max. This is sort of two cases...Show More Summary
If you follow technology news regularly, chances are that you might already have come across a leaked picture or two of HTC’s 2014 flagship, which will presumably be called the All New HTC One. We’ve even seen the device in a lengthy video posted on YouTube, though it did make folks at HTC a bit angry. Show More Summary
Well known Twitter leakster @evleaks has shed more light on the HTC Desire 610, where this particular handset is about to make its way to AT&T, one of the big four mobile carriers over in the U.S. Just what is the HTC Desire 610 allShow More Summary
We have already seen photos of “The All New HTC One” leak several times over the past few weeks. We even saw the new flagship phone fully exposed in a 12-minute hands-on video recently. Newly leaked photos discovered on Chinese microblogging...Show More Summary
More than one out of two people browsing the web in North America on an Android device do so on on a Samsung. The company picked up usage share according to Chitika, while HTC and Motorola declined.
Have you ever wished your smartphone could do more? Forget about multitasking – what if your smartphone could save humanity? That’s the idea behind HTC’s “Power to Give” on its One and Butterfly phones. Your device is no longer “just a phone” – you can now use your its processing power to help cure diseases,... Read More
I know that some smartphone companies come up with a “mini” version of their flagship devices, such as the HTC One Mini, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the Sony Xperia Z1 Mini, and most recently, the LG G2 Mini which seems to be the closest to its full blooded sibling in terms of hardware specifications and performance out of the lot. Show More Summary
The HTC HD2 is certainly one particular smartphone that has seen its fair bit of action in the past. And by “fair bit of action”, I mean the numerous ports that have made their way onto the smartphone which was first released in 2009 (boy, has it been nearly 5 years already?), where it ran on Windows Mobile 6.5 back then. Show More Summary
The All New HTC One, also known by its codename as the HTC M8 by some, has certainly gone through its fair share of leaks and rumors in recent times, so much so that an unofficial albeit extensive review on YouTube has been shown, while HTC’s very own Jeff Gordon is far from happy with all of the leaks surrounding the All New HTC One. Show More Summary
On Monday, a leaked video appeared showing The All New HTC One in all its dual-camera, metal unibody, BoomSound-equipped glory. However, the leaker made a grievous error while showing off HTC’s new flagship phone: He left the International...Show More Summary