With less than one week to go before HTC takes the stage in New York, additional details have sprung up for the HTC One X+ smartphone. As a refresher, this is the handset rumored to be a faster, more powerful version of the AT&T phone.
Expectations thus far put the phone as running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and featuring 1.6GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Coupled with 1GB RAM and 32GB storage, the One X+ should offer consumers an updated HTC Sense 4.5 user interface.
According to his unconfirmed tweet, the faster and more powerful One X will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 4.5 and offer a 1.6GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Like the original model, the One X+ should also boast 1GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 1,800mAh battery.
HTC plans to eschew the "quiet" part of its well-worn tagline, "Quietly Brilliant," as it looks to mount a comeback in the smartphone business.
The Taiwanese company plans to go bolder with its messaging to consumers and the media, relying less on joint marketing campaigns with the carriers and standing more independently to tell the HTC story. It will focus more on its products' advantages and better utilize more social media to recapture some of that loss buzz. It also plans on seeking out influential celebrities and "superfans" with a genuine appreciation for HTC'… Read more
HTC's chairperson said that the company has no intention of settling with Apple, according to Asia-based reports.
HTC "has great skills in innovation and has the confidence to face legal lawsuits with Apple," the Digitimes report says, attributing those comments to Wang.
She also said that the $1 billion jury verdict against Samsung in the U.S. "does not mean the failure of the entire Google Android ecosystem."
HTC has been mired in a legal … Read more
HTC will release a faster, more robust successor to the One X by early October, according to an anonymous source within the company.
The preliminary info, obtained by Stuff, suggests that the "Endeavour C2" HTC One X+ will feature a quad-core 1.7GHz Tegra 3 processor and run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. What's more, HTC is said to be including ClearVoice technology for improved call quality, an updated HTC Watch experience, and a pair of UrBeats earphones. … Read more
Apple and Samsung are running away with the smartphone market, but does that mean that consumers should steer clear of all the other handset makers?
In this edition of Ask Maggie, I help one reader decide if he should take a gamble and ditch Apple for an HTC One X. Will he still get the same level of service he has had with Apple?
I also explain to another reader that the Wi-Fi hotspot feature is included in the price of the new family share plans.
Steer Clear of HTC because of its sales troubles?
Dear Maggie, I've been … Read more
HTC's planned turnaround is going to take a lot longer than expected.
The struggling smartphone company posted a second-quarter profit of NT$7.4 billion, or US$247 million, nearly a 60 percent decline from its year-earlier profit of NT$17.5 billion, or US$584.3 million.
Revenue for the Taiwanese company fell by more than a quarter to NT$91.04 billion, or US$3.04 billion.
The results underscore a growing trend in the smartphone business: that virtually everyone but Apple and Samsung is struggling to grow amid intense competition. HTC's One series of phones … Read more
Radio Shack announced today it is cutting the price of AT&T's HTC One X in half to just $99.99 this Sunday, July 29. And as of this afternoon, AT&T has matched that price online.
This new price matches up with similar reports hitting the Internet in the early morning hours. Considering the high-end Android smartphone is only a few months old, the $100 price drop is quite noteworthy. Chances are good that the deep discount comes as a rebuttal to the Samsung Galaxy S3, which is now on sale for as low as $149.
Looking across the smartphone landscape, I'm seeing a trend in high-end models getting closer to the $100 price point.… Read more
T-Mobile customers may lack 4G LTE, but if the latest rumors are right, it'll be the first U.S. carrier to offer its customers a quad-core smartphone.
The HTC One X+, suggests TMoNews, will carry Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core processor, the same chipset used in international versions of the HTC One.
The U.S. versions of the HTC One family of phone -- which includes T-Mobile's HTC One S, AT&T's HTC One X, Sprint's HTC Evo 4G LTE, and U.S. Cellular's HTC One V -- come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 … Read more