HTC’s famed One A9 is now available in a unique Deep Garnet color variant; however, those interested will only be able to get the color through Vodafone in the UK.
Every year, Google is proud to see companies big and small release phones with their mobile operating system at the core. Choice is among Android’s best qualities, allowing consumers to choose exactly what they want. Android is found on high-end devices with cutting edge specifications, but it’s also powering the phones in the hands of millions in emerging markets. And, of course, mid-range devices with Android are roaming the world as well. Android is for everyone.
With so many Android devices out there, naming the best is quite the task. There really isn’t any phone that can be named the best. Why? Too many of them exist to pick just one! So each member of the team at Talk Android is going to tell you their pick for the best Android phone of 2015.
With CES just around the corner, manufacturers all over the world are gearing up to unveil their latest smartphones, tablets and wearables — and HTC is no different. Earlier today, the Taiwanese company’s Vive Virtual Reality (VR) headset made its debut appearance at the United States of America’s official cellular certification authority, the FCC, where it gained the right to be sold in North America.
HTC CEO Cher Wang has assured fans that the company will continue to have a presence in the market, despite some predictions saying otherwise.
Following months of endless leaks and speculation, HTC has today taken to its official Weibo profile to tease the upcoming unveiling of its latest mid-range smartphone, the One X9, during an invite-only press event in Taipei, Taiwan on Thursday, December 24.
HTC’s Mo Versi, VP of Product Management, announced that Android 6.0.1 is on its way to the Unlocked One A9, followed by Android 6.0 coming to the Unlocked One M9. Updates for both smartphones should be available to download within the next 12 hours.
A few days ago HTC CEO Cher Wang revealed that the company had something really big in store for their HTC Vive virtual reality headset to be revealed at CES 2016. The technological development for the device is supposedly so big that it caused HTC to decide to delay release of the device until April 2016 so the company could jump right in with this new version. The latest rumor does not shed any light on what exactly HTC may have in the hopper, but apparently Audi thinks enough of the virtual reality device to have signed an agreement to use the HTC Vive in their flagship dealerships so that customers can go on virtual test drives and get other information in a fully immersive environment. Read more
HTC CEO Cher Wang has claimed that the group has a big surprise up its sleeve concerning the Vive, promising a ‘breakthrough’ at CES.
Earlier this week a couple images surfaced of HTC’s latest device that appears to be in their pipeline, the HTC One X9. Unfortunately, those images did not reveal much detail about the forthcoming smartphone. Now, only a couple days later, more images have surfaced, this time some good quality images showing the HTC One X9 from different angles and showing some details. Read more