Our friends at Phone Arena received the latest Verizon roadmap and it shows some interesting stuff. Now we already know about the upcoming HTC phone sporting a 5-inch display and rocking a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, but this roadmap reveals how they will market it. It looks like it will be called the DROID Incredible X as opposed the the HTC One X 5. According to the map, it will launch in November, just about one year after the Rezound. The model number is ADR6435LVW
Those of you lucky individuals who own the HTC One X smartphone can now have something to look forward to. While you still may not know of Jelly Bean’s exact arrival, at least HTC is giving the owners an idea of when the update is due to arrive. The manufacturer has confirmed the update will be pushed to the unlocked Tegra 3 models by October, followed by the carrier-branded models (i.e. the One XL or Snapdragon-powered One X models) receiving the update hopefully by roughly Christmas if all goes well.
The HTC Jelly Bean news doesn’t stop there either. You remember how we told you about that supercharged HTC One X+ that’s on the way? Well that device along with the special One XL arriving on EE’s brand-spankin’ new 4G LTE network will come with Jelly Bean shipped out of the box. And before you ask— there’s no news of when One S owners will get Jelly Bean, but if or when we hear news, we’ll be sure to share it with you.
To help persuade customers into purchasing one of their new devices, HTC has created a Trade Up program that offers in upwards of $300 by trading in your old Android device for a new HTC one. While it’s a cool idea in theory, these types of programs are always a landslide win for the company. Not only do you buy a new device from them, but you’re basically selling them yours for a fraction of what it’s really worth.
For example, my mint condition GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus will only fetch $170 through this trade in program where I can easily get almost twice that. Either way, I’m sure this will appeal to some.
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source: HTC Trade Up
Tomorrow, HTC will be holding an event to launch a new device(s) and we’ve all been eagerly anticipating what it may be. Today HTC took it upon their Twitter account and posted a teaser photo about the event. My first guess is a Windows 8 device, perhaps a Windows version of the HTC One X?
Either way, the event should be great and I have no doubts HTC will unveil yet another high spec’d device. We’ll be sure to cover tomorrow’s event and bring you up to date news.
source: HTC’s Twitter
We previously saw HTC’s elusive 5-inch Galaxy Note II competitor earlier this month in a set of leaked photos. And, just this weekend we heard about the device’s impressive specs, which include Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor. Today, however, we’ve stumbled upon actual press renders of the alleged handset, leading us to believe that an official announcement is inevitable.
The device will purportedly be known as the One X 5, though it’s entirely possible we could see Verizon’s exclusive Droid branding on the phone before it arrives. The Taiwanese manufacturer’s newest handset is expected to feature a 5-inch display with full 1080p resolution, equating to a retina-soothing 480ppi. There’s no word on a release date, but HTC does have an event planned for this Wednesday in New York City, and we’ll be there to bring you all the latest.
HTC’s first attempt to challenge Samsung’s “ph-ablet” (phone/tablet) device in the Galaxy Note II has surfaced via a leaked photo. Code named as the HTC DIx, this device will feature a whopping 1080p display along with a pixel density of 480ppi. There’s indication that the device will don a 5″ screen, although I wouldn’t be surprised if it turned out to be a little bit bigger than that once it’s officially announced. The DIx will also feature Qualcomm’s new 1.5GHz quad-core S4 processor along with 1.5GB’s of RAM.
The leaked photo above clearly shows Verizon’s red accent color that’s usually found on their phones. A release date is still unknown for this device so keep your eye out for further news. Would this be a device you guys would be interested in? One thing’s for sure, with that high of a ppi, I sure hope HTC packed it with one hell of a battery. Sound off in the comments!
source: HTC Source
The potential release of the HTC One X+ has become more and more of a reality with each passing week, but now there are reports that T-Mobile’s version of the One X+ will be delayed with no mention of an expected launch date. The delay could be the cause of the phone getting a larger battery.
From what we know about the One X+, it’s pretty much the same phone as the One X with the exception of the faster Tegra 3 Plus Processor. Now with a stronger battery the phone becomes even more interesting. Do you think a thicker phone along with better battery life is worth the wait? I do.
A new HTC device going by the model number PM63100 has shown up in the FCC database. According the documents available, this new smartphone will have LTE capability, just as we suspected based on information slowly leaking out about the device over the past month. The model number corresponds to an HTC device that appeared on the GLBenchmark site back in July that was powered by a quad-core Tegra 3 processor running at 1.7GHz. Many think this new device will be the HTC One X+, a revision of their current flagship device the HTC One X. According to some specs that were released last week by an XDA forum member, the HTC One X+ will carry 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean installed. Based on the LTE bands identified in the FCC documents, it appears the device may be headed to AT&T, though we have also reported it should show up in T-Mobile’s lineup as well.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Apple announced its redesigned iPhone 5 earlier today at an event in San Francisco. The newest iteration brings a slew of enhancements, including a larger 4-inch screen and a thinner 7.6mm body. To get a better feel as to how the new handset matches up against its Android competitors, we’ve included a comparison chart outlining the specs of Apple’s iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X and Motorola’s new Droid RAZR HD. Be sure to take a gander after the break.
A recently leaked image from Verizon’s internal system suggests that the carrier could be prepping to release another HTC-manufactured device later this year. Dubbed the Desire 4G LTE, HTC’s newest handset sheds the usual “Droid” branding, which infers that it could aimed at the lower-end of the market. It’s unclear whether the smartphone is a variant of HTC’s recently announced Desire X or if it is an exclusive for Big Red’s network.
We’ve already come across an unannounced HTC handset slated to land on Verizon Wireless, though it appears that these are two entirely separate devices. Either way, we’ll be sure to keep you updated as we get more information