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HTC Says “One” Will Be Only Flagship Device Of 2013, Wants To Avoid Consumer Confusion

HTC’s head of UK and Ireland, Phil Roberson spoke to Omio on the company’s One line of smartphones and what 2013 holds for the brand. Roberson was pretty specific in his comments that the “HTC One is the flagship device” for 2013. Roberson expanded on that by discussing the difficulty marketing both the HTC One X and S, where customers had to differentiate between two devices leading to some confusion. “Last … [read full article]

(Update: Will Be AT&T Exclusive) HTC Announces The One X+, Shipping With Jelly Bean, No Word On US Availability

Update: Not seconds after I post this do we get word this will be an AT&T exclusive. Color me disappointed. HTC just made our day with the official introduction of the HTC One X+, featuring “more speed, more storage and more battery life.” “We are taking the HTC One™ X to a new level with the introduction of the new HTC One™ X+,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “Our … [read full article]

HTC One X+ Makes Cameo Appearance In UK Brochure

There isn’t much to go on here and while the image itself isn’t particularly relevant to T-Mobile, we’re still interested in HTC One X+ news because the chance remains super smartphone could still wind up on Magenta store shelves. What’s more, it’s  a chance to put yesterdays image side-by-side with this new image of the One X+ to see how they compare. Th image itself comes courtesy of GSMArena and a leaked … [read full article]

HTC Accord, Future Windows Phone 8 Now On T-Mobile Smartphone Roadmap

With XDA Developer and famed internet leaker @Football4PDA leaking details of the upcoming HTC Accord this morning, the timing is ripe to let loose our own intel that the Accord will arrive on T-Mobile in November. According to the Twitter leak, the phone may be sold under the name “8X,” though I can only hope that T-Mobile chooses anything else. According to the leaked intel, the Accord will feature: 1.2GHz dual-core processor 1GB … [read full article]

HTC One X+ Makes Appearance On NenaMark, Shows Off Quad-Core Processor

Oh hai there NenaMark2 benchmark with the HTC One X+, better known as the PM63100. Still curious about the differences between the One X and One X+? Good, because the the NenaMark2 benchmark shows the differences between the current model HTC One X and One X+ will live in the 1.7GHz processor and Android 4.1.1 software. The handset is currently running under the codename HTC Evitaire and is said to be on its way … [read full article]

(Updated) So, About That HTC Era 42…It’s The HTC One X+ For T-Mobile

Update: We’ve just been dropped a line from Taylor of Androidandme fame telling us that the “plus” sign relates to the Tegra 3 plus, meaning this One X for T-Mobile will have a 1.7GHz processor. How about them apples?  There are times when I’m glad to be wrong, and it’s not that I’m actually wrong in hypothesizing that the HTC Era 42 could have turned out to be the G3 for T-Mobile, there were … [read full article]

HTC Says Some Products Now Entering US, Won’t Reveal Which Products

Through a statement to the Taiwan Stock Exchange, HTC is now publicly saying that “some of our products have passed the review and have been delivered to our telecoms operators’ clients in the US.” HTC has been engaged in a battle with US Customs for permission to bring the HTC One X for AT&T, HTC EVO 4G LTE for Sprint and possibly a smaller shipment of HTC Amaze 4G devices[read full article]

HTC Amaze 4G T-Mobile.com Orders Delayed Due To HTC Patent Battle?

Are the HTC/Apple patent wars are reaching the shores of T-Mobile-land? At least one customer attempting to purchase the HTC Amaze 4G through T-Mobile.com has been met with a surprising and ominous response. Up until a few hours ago, the US Customs hold on HTC products had only appeared to affect AT&T’s HTC One X and Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE orders. We’ve reached out to T-Mobile to try and confirm … [read full article]

HTC One S Owners, Do You Like How Sense 4 Handles Multitasking?

Judging by both the “professional” and amateur reviews floating around the web, HTC One X and HTC One S owners are very happy with their devices overall. There is a lot to love with HTC’s new One series, though one “tweak” is seemingly causing a bit of a rebellion. So what is that tweak? How Sense 4 handles multitasking. If you’ve had your hands on HTC’s newest hardware, you’ll notice the most obvious change … [read full article]

HTC One X, HTC EVO 4G LTE Shipments Held At US Customs Due To Apple/HTC Lawsuit

Well, this is an interesting turn of events as US Customs are holding back imports of the HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE, as HTC is under investigation for patent infringement. Come on, take a guess who is behind this nonsense? Apple. Last year Apple won a patent infringement judgment set to ban all HTC handsets in an exclusion order. Phones, as you may have noticed were not pulled off the … [read full article]