Photos of the rumored HTC One X9 have leaked online just a month after passing through China’s TENAA certification. HTC might have hoped the One A9 would turn its sinking ship around, but it seems like HTC might have another flagship to introduce soon.
HTC today announced that its next Hot Deals product is the RE camera, selling the device for $79.60. That’s 60% off of its original price at $199.99. The deals don’t end there, though. The Taiwanese-based company is also slashing prices on all accessories by 40%.
Unfortunately, HTC is putting some restrictions on the amount of product you can buy. Each customer can only buy up to three RE cameras and only 10 accessories. Additionally, this discount is exclusive to the US market and will only last until 11:59pm Pacific Time or until sold out.
Among all the companies producing Android devices, HTC is probably the most open and honest regarding software updates. While the company hasn’t commented on many of its phones, HTC has revealed when software updates are coming to the One A9 and One M9. The status of other HTC phones could be known as LlabTooFeR laid out an alleged schedule for more than ten others.
HTC has at last unveiled its latest mid-range smartphone, the Desire 828, in India. The handset will be available to purchase exclusively through independent retailer Flipkart for Rs. 19,990 ($299) on Monday, December 14.
We live in a mobility-focused world, and manufacturers from all over the world have risen up to meet this demand. You have Samsung with its new line of premium Galaxy devices, Google revolutionizing the off-contract market with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Motorola’s own off-contract efforts, and even up and comers like Alcatel OneTouch. There are so many different smartphones out there, all for different types of people. With that in mind, it can be difficult to find the perfect handset, especially with how expensive many of these devices are.
Here at Talk Android, we’ve put together a detailed shopping guide on the best smartphones in the market for the holidays. There’s something for everybody on this list, whether it be powerful performance packages that Samsung offers, something more luxury in the Sony Xperia handsets, or even the media production capabilities in many of LG’s new devices.
We’ve taken the liberty of digging through the mire in order to bring you the best Android smartphones for this holiday shopping season. One thing we can guarantee: there’s something for you on this list.
When HTC unveiled the One A9 back in September, it vowed to roll out monthly security updates for the handset based on Android’s latest patches. According to HTC’s Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi, AT&T is the first and currently the only carrier to start pushing out this month’s update.
HTC yesterday released a status update for how far along the HTC Vive is. There’s been some misinformation circulating, according to HTC, and they want to resolve that with a quick update. That said, the Taiwanese-based company is still hard at work on the virtual reality headset and plans on starting out the new year by offering an additional 7,000 developer units to, well, developers.
Back in August, there was a rumour that HTC’s next flagship handset ran under the codename ‘O2’ and featured a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 6-inch display. In theory, it was a monster of a handset, with a fan’s wish list of high-end specifications, which means it shouldn’t be a surprise to learn that the ‘O2’ is dead in the water. Instead, HTC’s next flagship is running under the codename ‘Perfume’. Read more
Being that it’s another Tuesday in December, HTC is back with another round of Holiday Hot Deals. Everything in the company’s online store, for today only, is seeing a 40% discount. Even if you don’t have an HTC phone, you should still take a look at the companies accessories. HTC has earphones, chargers, and battery packs that might be appealing. For those of you that do indeed own an HTC-made device, you’re options include a wide selection of cases and covers.
HTC is also selling the already-affordable Desire 626 for just $149, a cozy $30 discount from its usual $179 price.
Earlier today, HTC’s Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi, took to his official Twitter page to announce that the Taiwanese company will be rolling out the upcoming Android 6.0.1 update to all Unlocked variants of the One A9 and One M9.