It has been a few months since Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow but many major OEMs have yet to upgrade their flagship handsets to the new firmware. It’s going to be a gradual process for everybody, particularly those with carrier-locked devices, but the pace is likely to increase in the coming weeks. Show More Summary
HTC launched the HTC One M9 last year, which means that this year, we can expect a new flagship from the company. With the competition being so stiff, HTC will definitely need to step up their game if they hope to steal customers away...Show More Summary
The HTC One A9 may boot up a little differently than your previous Android phone. There's a new step to take between turning your phone on and it fully booting up. That's another feature of Android Marshmallow — or, rather, a feature being re-enforced in Marshmallow: Encrypted storage. Show More Summary
Last year, HTC announced that year's flagship device, the HTC One A9, at the 2015 Mobile World Congress. With the 2016 MWC just several days away, it looks like the Taiwanese company is not making an appearance at the technology conference. For most observers, this means that the company will not be launching its next flagship any time soon.
HTC has announced that Marshmallow is coming to your One M9 starting next Tuesday!
Are you looking forward to getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on your HTC One M9 handset? Last we checked, it was just last week that Sprint starting rolling out the update for their devices, but if you’re a T-Mobile user, don’t worry because neither T-Mobile nor HTC has forgotten about you guys. Show More Summary
Next week, T-Mobile One M9 owners can finally join in on the Marshmallow fun, with HTC Product Manager Mo Versi revealing on Twitter that he's received technical approval and that the update is scheduled to begin rolling out on Wednesday, February 16th.
While the Marshmallow update for the AT&T One M9 remains in a holding pattern due to some complications, the T-Mobile One M9 is full speed ahead, with its Marshmallow OTA starting this coming Tuesday, February 16th. This is all according to the ever reliable (but not infallible), Mo Versi of HTC.
According to HTC’s Mo Versi, One M9 owners on T-Mobile will receive an OTA update for Marshmallow beginning February 16. After receiving technical approval, Android 6.0 will bring many features to the One M9 on T-Mobile, including the...Show More Summary
If you're using an HTC One M9 on T-Mobile, your wait for Android 6.0 Marshmallow is almost over. HTC's Mo Versi has confirmed that the update will start rolling out on Tuesday, February 16. Happy Friday! Good news for T-Mobile HTC One...Show More Summary
We've got the Moto 360 Sport in the house this week. Joe runs over the features and tells you if it's worth your time. Other topics this week include more Samsung Galaxy S7, HTC One M10, and LG G5 leaks.
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.