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  1. There have been some pretty heavy rumors this year that HTC has been chosen to make the Nexus 8. Now we aren’t sure if this means we’ll see a Nexus 7 and a Nexus 8, or if we are just moving up to a Nexus 8. Both are pretty plausible so we’ll have to wait and see. HTC is supposedly making the Nexus 8 or the Nexus 10, we’ve seen rumors about both devices. But with the Nexus 10 not getting a refresh last fall, it’s not looking good for another Nexus 10 tablet, unfortunately. According to Digitimes, who is citing anonymous sources, it appears that Google is looking to launch this tablet in Q3. W
  2. After being caught paying for false praise and negative comments about competitors, Samsung has been fined just over $340,000. The issue first arose internationally in April, when Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) announced it was opening an investigation into the allegations. That investigation found the allegations were true: the FTC says Samsung used a "large number of hired writers and designated employees" to post in Taiwanese forums. The commission does add that the company did this through a third-party marketing company, just as Samsung originally claimed. Two local marketing firms
  3. Nokia has struggled to get into the US market for years now, but it seems that its hard work is finally starting to pay off. Counterpoint Research reports that in Q3 of this year Nokia leapfrogged several makers to reach the fourth spot among smartphone vendors in the US. This sounds less impressive when you look at the numbers - Nokia holds a smidgen over 4% of the market. But you have to look deeper - in Q2 this year, Nokia was at a 1.4%. It took it almost year to get to that point, in Q3 2012 Nokia barely registered at 0.7%. So in three months Nokia more than doubled its market sh
  4. HTC is planning a smartwatch for the second half of 2014, according to an anonymously sourced report from Bloomberg News. The product is said to have a camera and run Android, but details such as pricing and other functionality are yet to be ironed out. Companies such as Sony and Samsung have already produced smartwatches running Android, and Apple is rumored to be working on a similar product. Earlier this week CEO Peter Chou and chairwoman Cher Wang alluded to HTC's intentions to enter the wearable technology market, calling it a "critical segment" for the company. “It’s still too early,”
  5. geeteam

    HTC M8 leak [Images]

    The HTC M8 is allegedly the company's flagship smartphone for 2014 and today it has emerged in a trio of photos. While the quality of the shots could certainly be better, the images suggest HTC is keen on sticking with the design strategy it introduced with the HTC One. The HTC M8 boasts a cutout for a fingerprint scanner above the camera, though not as large as the one introduced on the HTC One Max. Another notable change in the design department is the smartphone's profile. The HTC M8 looks to be a lot thinner than the HTC One, and with more rounded edges. The HTC M8 is rumo
  6. Android 4.4, also known as KitKat, is the most recent version of Google’s popular operating system, and it’s already shipping in several new devices around the world. But what about the 900 million or so Android devices that have been sold to date? How do you know if your phone or tablet will get a sweet KitKat upgrade? Here's a guide to the major manufacturers and their KitKat roadmaps so far. Google The Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, will all receive the KitKat upgrade. Motorola Motorola is primed to show off the latest and greatest facets of Android and the new KitKat operating system. I
  7. Rumors about HTC working with Google on a Nexus tablet have been abundant this year. We've heard quite a few times that an 8-inch or 8.9-inch device would be coming, and that it would be manufactured by HTC, and not Asus - the company responsible for both Nexus 7 iterations. Now though almost all the details about the upcoming HTC tablet have been leaked. It may be called Nexus 9 when it launches, and its codename is Volantis (or Flounder). It's got an 8.9-inch touchscreen indeed. However, it comes with a very odd resolution: 2048x1440. That would be a big departure from previous Nexus tablets
  8. geeteam

    HTC One Mini 2 Image leaks

    The ever resourceful @evleaks just supplied us with the first credible image of the upcoming HTC One Mini 2. And yes, HTC One Mini 2 will likely be the official name of the device, common sense be damned. Just like with the 2013 One Mini, HTC is repurposing the design of the flagship One, down to the three available color options, gun metal, silver, and gold. While the plastic rim around the device is still present, it’s much less visible then on last year’s compact One version. Other notable changes include the different arrangement of the front sensors and the rounded speaker grills. We
  9. The HTC B2 that we reported on a few days back is in the news again thanks to a newly leaked image. Like last year’s HTC Butterfly S, the HTC B2 features front-facing BoomSound speakers and red outline around the edged hints to the same glossy back that we saw on last year’s model. While the specs on the HTC B2 and the rumored HTC M8 Ace are expected to be the same and the basic outline of the phones is nearly identical, there are a few subtle differences which show that the M8 Ace and B2 are two distinct handsets. We don’t know when the HTC M8 Ace will be hitting the market, but we suspec
  10. HTC will make BlinkFeed available to other Android devices. The app will soon be available in the Google Play store. HTC delivered the news in the most understated fashion. It tucked it in as a footnote in yesterday’s press release for the HTC One (M8) announcement. The Taiwanese manufacturer has decided to make the move because the Sense UI staple has proven popular amongst HTC users. The company also introduced an SDK which will allow its partners to easier integrate their content into BlinkFeed. Source
  11. The HTC One received the lowest ever repairability score that iFixit has ever given a smartphone – 1/10. So, how did the new One (M8) do? it’s a massive improvement as the score has doubled to… well, 2/10. The new design is still incredibly hard to repair, but at least you can now remove the aluminum back without damaging it. You still have to remove the whole motherboard in order to access the battery and the screen is even worse – you have to go through most components of the device to reach it. The experienced team of iFixit managed to cut the digitizer cable, but at least now we know
  12. Remember HTC's octa-core that revealed itself in the AnTuTu benchmark database? It's called the HTC Desire 616 and today we can take a first look at its photos published by the Chinese TENAA. It has approved the device to hit the market, which hints that its announcement isn't far away. The Desire 616 looks to be a budget mid-range offering with a 5" 720p display and a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek CPU with 1GB of RAM. Rather disappointingly, the phone comes with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box. By the looks of it, HTC is targeting China as the primary market of the Desire 616
  13. The HTC One (M8) is now official and most of the rumors we've seen so far came out true. The smartphone sports a unibody made of 90% metal as opposed to 70% for its predecessor giving it an even sleeker look. The One (M8) screen has been bumped from a 4.7" unit to a 5", while retaining the 1080p resolution. Side bezels have been slimmed down and hardware keys have been replaced by on-screen ones so the difference in size compared to the original One is minial. The front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers that we so enjoyed on the original One are back for another round with the M8. Thi
  14. Ahead of the all new HTC One's launch event, the company made its BlinkFeed and a Service Pack available to download from the Google Play Store. While that's great news, because it means HTC will be able to push updates to its UI and apps without having to prepare entire firmware packages, we're not exactly sure what we're supposed to do with them. Currently, the apps aren't officially compatible with any devices, not even with the last year HTC One. Yet, some users report that the HTC Service Pack works on the HP Touchpad tablet and the HTC One Google Play Edition. Ah-h, the delightful cha
  15. With less than 9 hours to go before the all new HTC One (M8) is introduced, and the world can breathe again, we are seeing signs of how HTC will market this phone. Not that it really needs to call out Robert Downey Jr. here. After all, we haven't seen a non-Apple iPhone receive such hype since, well, perhaps never! Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S4 did receive a fair amount of attention prior to its unveiling last year, but interest in the sequel to the HTC One was high right off the bat, and only went higher. One of our loyal readers sent us an ad for the all new HTC One (M8) that he said he saw i
  16. Rightware, the folks behind several popular Android benchmarking tools, have managed to obtain the results of the upcoming All New One a.k.a. M8 flagship from HTC. The unreleased smartphone beats out all of the competition handily in the all-round Basemark OS II and the graphics-intensive Basemark X benchmarks. The performance in the web browser-testing Browsermark wasn't so impressive but the M8 still managed an excellent 7th place. The Snapdragon 801-sporting HTC M8 appears to be the real deal, and should provide some killer performance even in the heavy competition of current fla
  17. The HTC One (2014) just can't catch a break hours before the company officially pulls its wraps off. Just yesterday, HTC's newest flagship was featured in a lengthy 14-minute hands-on video (now taken off), and today a YouTube tech channel TechSmartt·boasts a lenghty comparison between the original HTC One (M7) and the new HTC One 2014 (M8). The video doesn't mention something that we don't know already. It gives a very detailed look at the upcoming phone and compares it in detail to its older brother. The specs of the HTC One M8 are well known at this point. Its 2.3GHz quad-core Sn
  18. HTC unveiled the Droid DNA in late November 2012 with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4.0. The smartphone has since been updated to 4.3 Jelly Bean and Sense 5, but starting tomorrow it will get yet another major update. The update will bring Android 4.4.2 KitKat and Sense 5.5 (not Sense 6 like on the new HTC Ones). The Executive Director of Product Management at HTC made the announcement that the update has received technical approval and will roll out over the air starting April 24. DNA Owners! Appreciate your patience, we have technical approval for OS 4.4.2 + Sense 5.5. Expect OTA upd
  19. geeteam

    HTC One (E8) announced

    HTC re-unveiled the One Vogue Edition (M8 Ace), this time for a worldwide audience and under a simpler name – HTC One (E8). That's right, consumers will have to pay attention to the stuff in brackets or they risk getting a rather different device. The One (E8) has a plastic unibody instead of an aluminum one, but has the same elegant dual curve as its metal sibling. The dimensions are about the same except the plastic model is a bit thicker (9.9mm vs. 9.4mm), but lighter (145g vs. 160g). The One (E8) is powered by a Snapdragon 801 chipset. It's not clear if it’s the same chipset as in
  20. Wondershare MobileTrans Contacts, SMS, Media, Apps Transfer Couldn’t Be Easier! Think there is no easy way to get all the stuff on your old mobile phone onto a new one? Most cellular companies only will transfer contacts from one phone to another, but what about text messages, call logs, pictures, music, videos, and apps? Wondershare MobileTrans is what you need. 1-Click Phone to Phone Content Transfer! Not just contacts, transfer SMS, call logs, photos, music, videos and apps*Comprehensive contact copy, including job title, email addresses, company name, etc.Works with over 2,000
  21. HTC is expected to re-enter the tablet market this year with a slate that’s currently called HTC Volantis (aka Flounder). We first heard about it last month, and now new and intriguing details have been revealed. According to @evleaks, the early renders of the HTC Volantis were fake. Reportedly, the tablet might feature a whopping 5GB of RAM, although this isn’t “final.” Other features that the Volantis should offer at launch include an 8.9 inch display with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, BoomSound speakers, 5MP / 8MP rear camera, silver aluminum unibody, 64GB of storage space, and a 64-bit Nvidia T
  22. HTC may have let slip a tease of its upcoming Android Wear smartwatch. It turns out that a new video focused on HTC's lauded design department also offers an extremely brief peek at something else: an unnannounced wearable. The watch appears on an employee's desk around 35 seconds in, attached to some sort of stand or charger. Getting a closer look requires zooming in significantly, so it's difficult to see much of the hardware's design beyond the square face. We're left clueless as to what the band looks like, for example. An artist's reproduction of HTC's upcoming watch (with a steel b
  23. Wondering what's up with the Nexus 8? or the rumored premium Google tablet, made by HTC? Today a barrage of leaks might be hinting at an encroaching announcement. First we have a source claiming that the tablet, which has been referred to as Volantis or Flounder so far, is codenamed T1, and will feature an 8 MP rear camera, alongside 1.6 MP front-facer. A little digging in the tablet's firmware has also returned the unsurprising fact that it will ship with Android L out of the box, without any HTC Sense overlay shenanigans. Meanwhile, the Nexus 8 tablet might have already be doing the certific
  24. The HTC One for Windows Phone has been rumored to be coming for sometime now. HTC hasn't released a high end smartphone for Windows Phone since the HTC 8XT, so the possibility of the HTC One coming the ecosystem excites many. Today, Windows Phone Central has acquired all the specifications for the device, and as the rumors suggested, it's identical to the Android counterpart. The device features not only the same specs as the Android version, but also supports the Dot View smartcase. This smartcase supports viewing who's calling, the time and more. The Dot View case is only available thanks t
  25. HTC Desire 8 has already been teased once on HTC's Weibo account. The first teaser picture confirmed the looks and the announcement day of the Desire 8. HTC has felt like doing some more teasing today posing even more photos of its upcoming smartphone. Now we got four pictures of the Desire 8 and another confirmation HTC will be announcing the mid-ranger on February 24 - the first day of the MWC in Barcelona. The HTC Desire 8 is rumored to pack a 5.5" 720p Super LCD2 display and run on the Snapdragon 400 chipset (quad-core 1.6GHz Cortex-A7, Adreno 305 GPU, 1.5GB RAM). The phablet is als
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