Owners of the HTC One M8 in Canada might want to check their devices. The company announced today that an over-the-air download for the smartphone that will update it to Android 5.0 Lollipop has begun for Bell, SaskTel, and WIND Mobile customers.
The tech industry is plagued with leaks almost daily, and this time a major one has hit the HTC One and HTC One M9 when official photos of the handsets were leaked.
Is HTC now taking design cues from… Samsung? Evan Blass, who has a very good track record with HTC-related leaks, has posted a new picture that may show us the final design of the HTC One M9, complete with a feature that none of us saw coming. Show More Summary
Notorious phone leaker @evleaks has temporarily stepped out of retirement, presenting what might be out first proper look at two unannounced, high-end HTC phones, one of which might be the HTC One M9. Today's tweet, which shows two hitherto unseen handsets alongside leaks of the M8, M7 and the abandoned HTC Edge, strongly suggests these could be HTC's new flagship handsets.
Both the developer and unlocked editions of the HTC One M8 have received Lollipop updates, but now it's time for owners in Europe to receive the sweet goodness. Jeff Gordon, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC Corp, has confirmed on Twitter today that the software update is now rolling out for the handset in Europe.
HTC is set to unveil its next-generation HTC One M9 flagship smartphone during a big press conference on March 1st, which will take place just ahead of the annual Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Expectations are...Show More Summary
Last year’s HTC One M8 was one of the, if not the, best Android phone of 2014. Its premium metal design made the rest of the Android competition feel cheap by comparison, HTC’s Sense UI offered some meaningful additions (particularly...Show More Summary
AT&T has once again posted word that a new firmware update for its HTC One M8 is rolling out to its customers. AT&T attempted to issue the same update earlier this month but quickly pulled it from circulation.
Fall 2014 saw the release of a number of new handsets, each one seemingly more attractive and spec-heavy than the other. Google and HTC were both on their A game as HTC releases the One M8, while Google launched the Motorola-made Nexus 6. Both Android phones have certainly gained fans upon their release, but which one is the better smartphone?
Rumors about HTC's upcoming flagship offering, the purported HTC One (M9), sometimes called HTC Hima, have been going around the tech news for quite a while now.
Marques Brownlee previews what to expect from the new HTC One M9 smartphone. Watch the video here: The post HTC One M9 Sneak Peek (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
While AT&T may have jumped the gun on posting the changelog earlier this week, it looks like the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, containing VoLTE and the Eye software experience, for its HTC One M8 will be rolling out sometime early next week.
Welcome back to the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! Coming up today we'll have the latest on these supposed HTC One M9 leaks, the Google MVNO rumor that refuses to die, a little site-specific inside baseball, and we answer your questions live on air! Podcast podcast 219: Master Clean
Friday already. And that means it's time for the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! Coming up today we'll have the latest on these supposed HTC One M9 leaks and what we think of all of Microsoft's Windows 10 announcements (and what they mean for Android), the Three/O2 Euro Mega Merger™, and whatever else you guys manage to come up with. Show More Summary