HTC has yet another smartphone in the works. The HTC One X9 has just made its way through TENAA.
Now that the HTC One A9 has been released, HTC has made open source kernel files available at the HTC Developer Center. Read more
The HTC One A9 is barely getting shipped to customers that have pre-ordered, and we’re already hearing some new rumors about what the company is cooking up next. HTC is really, really bad at spacing out device launches, or even launching devices that make sense, and this new phone isn’t bucking that trend at all. Read more
HTC is struggling to remain in the smartphone market and one of their moves to try to keep buyers interested is a commitment to getting the latest version of Android out to their devices. With the recent release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, HTC has been hard at work trying to make that happen for the HTC One M9 and the HTC One M8 before the end of the year. Evidence of their efforts surfaced today thanks to Twitter tipster @LlabTooFeR. Read more
HTC fans in the US will be glad to find out they can save up to 30% off their orders today, courtesy of HTC’s Holiday Deals promotion. The savings apply to all products available on HTC’s US-centric online store. Read more
So far, there have been only a select few that have been able to update to Android 6.0. These include the HTC One A9 and Google’s Nexus devices. However, HTC is adding to that list with the extension of the HTC M8 Google Play Edition.
If you are interested in buying the HTC One A9 and want to use the Sprint or AT&T networks for your wireless carrier, then they are ready for you to go ahead and place your order. Both carriers opened up their online sales systems for orders starting today. Both carriers are offering the HTC One A9 in Carbon Gray or Opal Silver. Read more
HTC today released a new “Be Brilliant” full-length commercial for the One A9. It’s without a doubt a strange commercial, but subtly urges society to stop walking around with the same smartphones and “be different”. I think we all know what group of users HTC is referring to there. Instead, you could also “be free” by purchasing a One A9. The jabs at Apple doesn’t stop there, though.