Apple's iPhone 5S might not be the only gold-colored smartphone on store shelves soon.
A China-based Sina Weibo user on Friday published photos of what the person says is a new HTC One featuring a gold finish. The part in the image appears to be authentic, but it's impossible to know for sure if it's the real thing or simply a prototype that will never come out.
Sprint may be the sole US carrier to support the unannounced HTC One Max, reports often correct source @evleaks.
Once known by its "T6" code name, the so-called HTC One Max is rumored to arrive in the coming weeks. Specifications are reported to include a quad-core 2.3GHz processor, a 5.9-inch 1080p HD display, an UltraPixel camera, 16GB internal storage, and 2GB RAM.
Apple's iPhone brand is no stranger to competition, and the newest iteration of the handset, the 5S, is no exception.
Announced today during a press conference in Cupertino, Calif., the iPhone 5S features a new gold color option, a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and improvements to the camera and flash.
But in an era when smartphones are getting faster, bigger, and more powerful, the iOS 7-touting device faces stiff competition from popular Android devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One.
Take a look at the chart below to see how these three powerhouses compare against … Read more
HTC fans in the US, listen up. The snazzy blue-hued version of the company's flagship phone is headed to Best Buy retail stores on September 15. … Read more
Microsoft on Tuesday revealed plans to buy Nokia's device and services division for $7.2 billion. The company views the deal as its way to gain more traction in a smartphone market currently dominated by Apple and Samsung. It's also a way for Microsoft to become more Apple-like, controlling both hardware and software.
While the move could help Microsoft in mobile, it also could upset the software maker's other Windows Phone partners and push them away from … Read more
If your phone needs consist of calling, texting, and a bit of social networking, then there's really no need to be looking toward the blistering performance, massive screens, and sky-high prices of the flagship phones. Instead, a well-thought-out budget mobile will do the trick nicely and leave you with a wad of cash left over.
HTC reckons its Desire 300 might be just such a phone. It packs a 4.3-inch screen, dual-core processor, and a 5-megapixel camera -- very low-end specs, but it's apparently going to come with a similarly low-end price. HTC hasn't confirmed exactly … Read more
BERLIN -- With its all-metal design and full-HD screen, the HTC One is a stunning piece of kit, whether you're a hardened tech nerd or a casual phone fan with deep pockets. If your budget is a bit tighter -- or you simply have better things to spend your money on -- the Desire 601 might be more up your street.
It has a 4.5-inch display, a dual-core processor, LTE connectivity, and a 5-megapixel camera, all wrapped up in a body that's taken design cues from its big brother. HTC hasn't announced pricing or availability yet, … Read more
BERLIN -- With its dual front-facing speakers, the HTC One smartphone already provides some of the best noise you'll get from a phone. If that's not quite enough for you then check out the BoomBass. This rechargeable, portable speaker adds extra low-end to your HTC phone to give a warmer, richer sound -- in theory, at least.
There's no official word on price or availability yet, but HTC reckons it'll be on sale later this year and rumours have suggested a £60 price tag.Design At about 3 inches square, the BoomBass is a very … Read more
BERLIN -- If you're a little bored of the usual white, grey, and black phones hanging around, then HTC has another option for you. Joining its gorgeous red hue, the HTC One and the One Mini are now available in a shiny new shade of blue.
Looks good, right? Have patience though as HTC hasn't yet said exactly where or when it's going to be available. The red version has recently gone on sale in the UK, exclusively to retailer Phones 4 U. Whether the blue model will be an exclusive too -- and if it demands … Read more