While last week contained a ton of Apple news, we first kicked off MobileTechRoundup show #406 with some talk of the Note 8, HTC U11, and LG V30.
According to two well-known leakers, HTC might be readying an Android One device of its own.
HTC's Edge Sense will now allow you to program a short or long squeeze inside an app to perform a specific function.
One of my biggest gripes about HTC's U11 is that its Edge Sense gimmick -- which lets you squeeze the phone to activate shortcuts -- didn't actually let you do very much. Well, that's about to change. The company is going to push a software...Show More Summary
According to multiple reports that cite word from HTC, an update for the Edge Sense application will roll out this week (tonight at midnight, specifically) for U11 owners. As detailed, once the update rolls out, users will be able to utilize Edge Sense inside of applications, launch apps with a short squeeze or squeeze and hold action. Show More Summary
The HTC U11 is one of HTC’s best phones to date, and it also features one of the most unique features in Edge Sense, the ability to squeeze the sides of the phone to interact with software elements. Today HTC has confirmed that a big change is coming for U11 [...]
HTC is rolling out a beta update to the HTC Edge Sense app that allows users to program actions inside of specific apps. Here's how it works.
HTC today said owners of its U11 smartphone will soon be able to customize the possible range of actions when using the Edge Sense squeezable side feature. According to HTC, users will be able to map the squeeze function to just about anything they can tap on the screen. Show More Summary
The HTC U11 has a unique feature we haven't seen on any other smartphone and HTC promised to keep improving it. Expanded functionality is coming to Edge Sense tonight.
Because we're all still looking for something to do with Edge Sense. The HTC U11 is an awesome phone, but the touted "Edge Sense" feature for performing actions by squeezing your phone hasn't exactly been the feature that's driving sales. Show More Summary
Our verdict of the HTC U11:The HTC U11 is an expensive flagship device that does a lot of things well, but it just can't compete with other high-end devices.710 We're giving away a HTC U11. Keep reading to find out how to win!HTC can’t seem to figure out what they want their flagship device to look like. Show More Summary
Pre-orders open today, shipping in September. HTC has today opened up pre-orders for the 6GB RAM/128GB storage version of its high-end U11 handset in the UK. Previously only available in Asia, the new U11 also comes with dual-SIM functionality...Show More Summary
HTC isn’t doing so well in the smartphone business. The big players like Apple and Samsung are dominating the market. Despite the U11 bringing profits up, who knows how long the company can keep that up. It’s frankly sad to see [......
Now that Android 8.0 Oreo is official, people are wondering when their devices will be receiving the updates. With carriers and manufacturer skins delaying the process, updates are always a sore spot for most Android users. HTC
In a new tweet, HTC has confirmed that the HTC U11 will receive Android 8.0 Oreo by the end of Q4 2017. The HTC U Ultra and HTC have also been confirmed to receive the update.
We already know HTC's finances aren't great. Despite recent successes with Vive and more recently the much-loved U11, HTC is still facing financial difficulties as its revenues have continued to fall for several years. According to sources...Show More Summary
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HTC took to Twitter yesterday, confirming that Android Oreo will most definitely hit a few of its devices. Specifically, owners of the HTC 10, U11, and U Ultra will receive the update, but there’s no word yet on when these updates will come. Show More Summary
The HTC U11, HTC U Ultra, and HTC 10 will all be getting Android 8.0 Oreo, HTC has announced.