HTC’s President of Smartphone and Connected Devices, Chialin Chang, confirmed in an interview with Engadget that the Taiwanese company plans on launching only six to seven handsets this year. This would be a drastic reduction from over a dozen handsets that HTC launched last year.
HTC Phones: Models, Specs, Features, News, Apps & Reviews
HTC today officially announced its latest handset under its new ‘U’ branding: the HTC U Ultra. The handset features a new design language and unlike other phones from HTC over the few years, it makes use of glass at the both front and back.
At the end of this week, HTC has a “For U” event planned, where it’s expected the company will unveil a brand new flagship.
HTC has a follow-up to the One X9 it launched a year ago in the works, if a new report is any indicator.
Following the series of tests and pre-release procedures, HTC has gone through the steps to upgrade the unlocked HTC 10 flagship smartphone.
Less than two weeks after it first unveiled the Bolt for Sprint in the United States, HTC today announced the international version of the handset: the HTC 10 evo. The Snapdragon 810 powered device comes with a 5.5-inch Quad HD SLCD display that is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 and a 3200mAh battery.
After plenty of leaks, HTC today unveiled its new Sprint-exclusive handset, the HTC Bolt. The Bolt is a weird amalgamation of last year’s internals and this year technology. It is the first phone on Sprint’s network to support its LTE Plus network for higher download/upload speeds.
Time to answer a few questions. Yes, this is Google’s headline Android phone for the year. Yes, it goes under the Pixel brand rather than Nexus. Yes, Google’s marketing department has gone into overdrive trying to create a genuine consumer phone that can more obviously match the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. And yes, as a result it’s arguably at least £200 too expensive here in the UK. And similarly across the world. But is the super speedy and phenomenally well put together Google Pixel XL worth the branding premium?
In late September, a device render of an HTC-branded handset destined for Sprint found its way online, quickly becoming known as the “HTC Bolt.”