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HTC M10 set to be revealed at April 12 event

HTC went against tradition this year by not unveiling its latest flagship smartphone at MWC. The Taiwanese company preferred to focus on the Vive during the Barcelona-based conference and didn’t want the attention taken away from the HTC 10 by…

HTC One M9 specifications, press photos hit the web

As is becoming the norm in the smartphone industry, a complete list of purported specifications and press images of HTC’s upcoming One M9 smartphone have found their way online roughly a week before its scheduled debut at Mobile World Congress…

Windows Phone version of HTC One M8 may be in the works

It may just be a few days on from the release of the all new HTC One (M8), but rumors are already circulating about a potential Windows Phone version of the handset. WPDang reports that HTC is preparing such a…

HTC to harness cheaper phones to turn company around

It's no secret that HTC isn't performing too well financially, posting its first ever quarterly loss for Q3 2013 after seeing its market share drop drastically over the course of several years. But the Taiwanese company has an idea of…

HTC 'M8' pictured, looks like a One with dual cameras

HTC is preparing a successor to the One for release in 2014, codenamed 'M8', and today the device has been allegedly pictured in a leaked image. The most interesting thing about this leak is the rear of the device: it's styled…

This $1,600 phone trumpet amplifies your HTC One

If you happen to have £999 (~$1,600) to spend on something crazy, consider picking up this new, electronics-free amplifying horn for your HTC One. That's right: for $1,600, you can buy two massive trumpets, connected to a dock, that sit up…

Check out this bullet-time rig that uses 130 HTC One smartphones

Qualcomm recently put together an impressive bullet-time photography rig (think The Matrix) consisting of 130 HTC One smartphones. The handsets are arranged in a circular configuration with all cameras firing simultaneously to capture the same subject from virtually every conceivable angle.

HTC One Mini Review: Downsizing the best Android phone

On paper, the naming of the HTC One mini makes perfect sense. The mini is a mid-to-high-end aluminum-clad smartphone with a 4.3-inch display, designed for those who want a premium device without the massive size that’s often associated with its bigger and faster brother, as well as other Android 'superphones'.

But will HTC’s tradeoffs have too much of an effect on the overall product, keeping it from being a great 4.3-inch device? Or will the price be just right for what you’re getting out of the box?

Is a vanilla version of the HTC One in the pipeline?

HTC is reportedly contemplating the idea of releasing a version of their flagship One smartphone that would ship with a vanilla Android 4.2.2 installation. The current iteration of the One runs the HTC Sense overlay which, according to many, heavily…