Tag Archives: HTC

T-Mobile Branded HTC One X+ Leaks, But Will It Ever Launch?

At this point, I have to wonder if this image of a T-Mobile branded HTC One X+ is more of a tease of what could have been, than what will be? With the removal of the HTC Era 42 from T-Mobile’s roadmap and our own sources calling this device both “canceled, or indefinitely delayed,” we’re finding we aren’t the only ones to hear the something similar. The image, … [read full article]

Rumor: Nokia Will Take Legal Action To Block Windows Phone 8X Launch

Just when we thought patent lawsuits were becoming a Samsung/Apple-only battleground comes word that Nokia is making preparations to take on HTC for “copying the look and design” of their devices. According to a PC-Tablet.com source, with “knowledge of the impending court case” says that Nokia will work to ban the HTC devices in “certain areas” without going into any other detail. Nokia is … [read full article]

(Update: Full Event Now Uploaded) HTC Posts Windows Phone 8X And 8S Announcement Highlights Video

With HTC launching not one, but two Windows Phone 8 devices for a trifecta of carriers, excitement is high as HTC attempts to regain some traction in the marketplace with a new approach to Windows Phone 8. If you wanted to get a look at their official launch event, but weren’t able to attend or catch a livestream, you can watch this 5:45 video and see all the highlights. Putting aside the OS for a minute, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts HTC 8X Sign Up Page, “Available Soon”

We’re definitely excited to see that T-Mobile is carrying the HTC 8X, definitely a top-tier Windows Phone 8 handset and we want to know more about it. With that in mind, T-Mobile has posted their traditional “sign up for more info” page for the 8X and you can do exactly that with the promise of more details via email as they arrive. As with most cases, odds are info will leak … [read full article]

HTC 8X And 8S Hands-On Videos, HTC Explains The “Iconic Design”

Lots of video goodness here as we take a look at some of the hands on videos coming out of HTC’s Windows Phone 8 announcement. We’re definitely excited to see HTC drop not one, but two HTC handsets on T-Mobile powered by Windows Phone 8 as  T-Mobile needs a second OS to love and without the iPhone, Windows Phone 8 may be the next big thing. Take a look at the hands-on videos as they pop … [read full article]

JD Power Releases New Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study

A brand new JD Power Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study for the first six months of 2012 shows Apple as the highest ranked company in customer satisfaction among smartphone manufacturers. In a move that may or may not surprise some of you, HTC edged out Samsung as the highest ranked Android manufacturer with Motorola and LG following up in third and fourth place. The Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study measures satisfaction in several … [read full article]

HTC One X+ Is Codenamed The HTC Endeavor C2 Says Stuff Magazine

HTC’s flagship One X is already rumored to receive a spec bump in the form of the HTC One X+, coming soon to a T-Mobile theatre near you. Now, the folks from Stuff Magazine are calling it by its supposed internal HTC codename: Endeavor C2. The One X+/Endeavor C2 is said to ship with a 1.7GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU processor, improved battery and more. Stuff also claims that current One … [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]

HTC Puts Up Weak Third Quarter 2012 Results, Only Showing Growth In China

HTC’s recent troubles continue as their newly reported numbers from the third quarter of 2012 show as much as a 23 percent drop in overall revenue, with only the Chinese market showing any signs of growth. HTC, now the industries number 5 smartphone maker, is a well-known name but has been hurt by competition from Samsung and Apple, sees overall revenue drop to around $2.34 billion, a drop from $3.04 billion in the … [read full article]