The HTC One M7 smartphone from Verizon is receiving the Android 5.0 update starting today. The carrier made this official a few days ago, so its arrival today should barely surprise the customers. Verizon has been kind enough to offer a full changelog as well, so we know everything that’s new with the update for a device that is transitioning from Android 4.4. Read more
HTC just released a few new videos this morning highlighting some of the aspects of HTC’s third generation flagship, the M9. The device, while receiving mixed reviews, has been seen has a refinement of the first two generations.
From Sense Home, HTC’s Sense 7 Blinkfeed launcher with theme/icon support, to low-light selfies, HTC is showing off everything to love about the M9. We have all four of the videos for you after the break. Enjoy.
HTC will be hosting an event tomorrow called “Uh-Oh,” and if it’s anything like HTC Advantage that they did last year with the M8, this will be another program to offer you a one-time replacement of your device in case you bust it up. The “Uh-Oh” program goes a bit beyond six months of cracked screen replacements, though. Read more
This Tuesday, owners of the HTC One (M7) from T-Mobile will see a software update arrive on their handsets. Mo Versi, HTC Vice President of Product Management, announced on Twitter that the Lollipop update is coming on March 10. The over-the-air (OTA) update received technical approval from the carrier which allowed its rollout to be scheduled.
Source: @moversi (Twitter)
We already saw nearly everything about the HTC One M9 leak earlier today, but in case you still had any doubts about some of the specs, Qualcomm has all but confirmed the Snapdragon 810 will be present in the device when it’s unveiled on March 1st. Read more
HTC’s flagship One devices have already started seeing the Lollipop update, but the company has been quiet about getting their other devices caught up. Thanks to a leaked update road map, though, we’ve got a better idea about when specific phones should be seeing the 5.0 upgrade. Read more
The HTC Hima is making its rounds through the rumor mill today, including showing up in some AnTuTu benchmarks. The benchmark was run by a device with the model HTC6535LVW, which may end up being the Verizon version of the variant if the last two letters of the model are anything to go by.
Hardware for the Hima is exactly what we’d expect from a 2015 flagship caliber device: there’s a Snapdragon 810 on board, 3 GB of RAM, and a 5-inch 1080p screen. Personally, I’m glad HTC isn’t racing to shove a ridiculously high resolution screen in their device instead of a fantastic 1080p display, if these benchmarks end up being accurate. Read more
The HTC One M9, reportedly codenamed the HTC Hima, will be the flagship successor to the popular HTC One M8. As reported by TalkAndroid last week, the Hima’s specs have potentially already been revealed. Now with this latest leak from nowhereelse.fr, we may get a better understanding of its appearance. Read more
T-Mobile is currently slashing $50 off both the Android and Windows Phone variants of HTC’s latest flagship smartphone, the One (M8). So for now, you’ll be able to pick one up on either of these operating systems for $535.44 on a prepaid plan.
In addition to expanding its enhanced 4G LTE service today, Sprint has also started rolling out a rather hefty over-the-air update to all its carrier-branded variants of HTC’s flagship smartphone, the One (M8), currently located in the United States.
Weighing in at 250MB, the upgrade transports the Taiwanese company’s recently-announced Eye Experience camera software, together with a bunch of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
Hit the break to see the full changelog.