According to a new tweet from Jeff Gordon, HTC’s Senior Global Communications Manager, the company is only going to offer the 32Gb version of the HTC 10 in the U.S. market. Other locations will have a 64GB version available for purchase. Read more
A new trademark application has surfaced in the U.S. government’s database in which Chinese manufacturer Huawei has filed for protection on the name “Huawei 7P”. This has triggered considerable conjecture about what Huawei may have in store for the U.S. market, especially since it is a market the company is keenly interested in. Read more
At MWC 2016, Samsung and LG launched their 2016 flagships. The Galaxy S7 and G5 are both available right now, so consumers have a tough choice to make even if the HTC 10 isn’t an appealing option. These giants from South Korea are annually the go-to for many, and we’ve put together a rundown between the Galaxy S7 and G5 to make the comparison clear.
Hit the break for the rundown.
Among the companies putting their own touches on Android, HTC has always provided the most favorable experience. It’s not like stock Android but it’s way better than TouchWiz from Samsung and LG UX 5.0. The HTC 10 ships with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow sitting behind Sense 8.0, and this time HTC’s software overlay is lighter than ever before. While the visuals are still in place, the company pulled back on the number of self-made apps in favor of allowing Google’s to work.
Hit the break to see what HTC has pre-installed on the unlocked edition of the HTC 10.
It’s just a couple of days ago that the HTC 10 launched to a positive reception, boasting a 5.2-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, and a stunning metal unibody. While there appears to be some confusion as to whether India will receive a full-power HTC 10, or the lesser-specced HTC 10 Lifestyle, the Taiwanese handset maker has chosen to take the wraps off its updated Desire 828 handset. Read more
Huawei has certainly raised its profile in recent times with the Nexus 6P that it developed in partnership with Google, and its latest flagships, the P9 and P9 Plus that launched in London last week. And let’s not forget about its budget friendly sub-brand, Honor, that launched the 5X to great acclaim earlier in the year. It seems that there may be another device being launched in the coming weeks, with the Honor 5C going through the certification process in China (TENAA). Read more