The folks over at mobile-industry tracker GSM Arena discovered on Tuesday a leaked ad for the upcoming HTC One from Australian carrier Telstra. That ad shows the same handset featured in countless leaked images and reveals details on the device's "Duo Camera."
According to the ad, the Duo Camera uses the handset's two cameras to: "Create vivid images even in low light and … Read more
The all new HTC One has showed itself off yet again, albeit unofficially, through new photos leaked online.
Posted Sunday on a Chinese Weibo site as reported by French tech news site NowhereElse.fr, the latest series of photos reveal the front, back, and sides of the next HTC One with close-ups of the camera and other features. The phone is also displayed in comparison with its bigger brother, the HTC One Max.
Suffice it to say, we may know everything there is to know about the "M8" handset when the day arrives. Heck, even HTC is playing coy with the device, having recently started a new series of videos highlighting features.
HTC is definitely not going to play the role of "quietly" brilliant for its next flagship smartphone.
A new "Technical Translations" video posted on HTC's YouTube account this week highlights the HTC One's BoomSound capability. Based on the "#1" designation in the title, we might assume the company has videos planned for BlinkFeed, Zoe, and other HTC features.
The first video has a pair of so-called interpreters who help break down what it is that makes BoomSound sound so good.
HTC has planned a press event for March 25 at which we expect to see the company introduce its flagship smartphone for 2014 (the formal invitations just went out today). Though HTC has yet to spill any details about what we'll see that day -- all signs point to an "HTC One 2" -- I have a few suggestions as to what needs to happen before the company can hit a home run. Sure, some of these are little more ambitious than others, but that's all right. There's at least a month's worth of … Read more
The next HTC One is poised for some color changes, according to a new report.
The Twitter account @evleaks, which has been reliably leaking product images for quite some time, has revealed two new versions of the upcoming sequel to the HTC One. The first model comes in a dark gray, while the other features a silver finish. Another Twitter account, @htcfamily_ru, showed off a blue version.
There have even been reports of a gold version of what's been dubbed the HTC One 2.
The next HTC One flagship is widely viewed as an integral component in that company'… Read more