HTC has revealed on Facebook, that its existing smartphones – the One X, the One X+, the One S and the Butterfly will receive an update that will add the new ‘Sense 5’ interface heralded in the new HTC One. (more…)Google+
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HTC has launched the One S in India, which runs the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich and costs Rs 33,590. The device flaunts a slim design with it measuring just 7.8mm and also features a 4.3-inch AMOLED display with a qHD resolution of 960×540 pixels. (more…)Google+
Even as we wait for HTC to officially launch the One S in India, online retailer Infibeam has jumped the gun and is already retailing it for Rs 36,157. We are not sure about the logic behind this pricing considering the One X is available for Rs 36,099 on the same store.UPDATE: Our reader, Venky, points out the One S is available for Rs 33,000 on Saholic. (more…)Google+
The Samsung Galaxy S III goes on sale in India from tomorrow and HTC is moving the heavy boulders to ensure its One X doesn’t get bulldozed by Samsung’s martketing blitzkrieg and existing hype about the device. It has circulated a cheatsheet for its sales staff to counter customer queries when they compare the One X’s features with that of the Galaxy S III. The cheatsheet has been clicked on camera by Pricebaba and while it is hopeless in many cases, it is good to see HTC finally trying to d...
The HTC One S is now listed on The Mobile Store for Rs 33,000 and is releasing on June 8. Previously, when HTC unveiled its One series to the Indian media, it did not showcase the One S, inspite of it releasing the One X and One V. That said, the company had told us that the device should be expected sometime in June and here it is. The listing was spotted by the folks at InstallorNot. (more…)Google+
A few days ago, Dropbox had teamed up with Taiwanese vendor HTC to offer 25GB of cloud storage for free on its One series of devices. However, a group of devs managed to crack this app which then allowed users to take advantage of this promotional offer (strictly meant for HTC One devices) on any handset. (more…)Google+
Airtel will be HTC’s partner of choice when it launches its One Series of smartphones in India later thus year. HTC has tied up with more than 140 operators and distributors globally and Airtel is its sole Indian partner. HTC expects to launch the One series – the One X, One S and One V – starting in April. All three smartphones feature advance camera and audio capabilities, which made us call them the no compromise phones.Google+
One of the biggest difficulties in being an Android handset vendor is how to differentiate your products from others that are offering similar products running on the same OS and often the same hardware. Samsung did that with it Super AMOLED display technology, which proved to be successful. But others, including HTC that is the second largest Android vendor in the world, faltered. HTC, which had a dream run between 2010 and mid-2011, realized it had way too many products offering nothing different from its c...
As widely expected, HTC today unveiled the One X and One S Android smartphones at MWC. It seems like PocketNow has broken the embargo and let the details lose before HTC could even start its presser. The One X (pictured above) features NVDIA’s Tegra 3 (4-Plus-1) quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch VGA display, 8.0 MP camera with 1080p HD video recording, 1.3 MP front-facing camera and 1GB RAM/32GB RAM. Read on for details of the HTC One S. (more…)Google+
It Orange UK had the HTC One X then the One S cannot be find behind, right? So here we have the first official press shot of the HTC One S that also confirms HTC will indeed be going for a three-button layout in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich rather than having them as a part of the on-screen UI. Yes, it will run Sense 4.0. HTC’s press conference starts in a few hours from now. Stay tuned. (more…)Google+
Hola, HTC One S! Yup, this is indeed the second Android smartphone HTC is expected to announce on Sunday at its MWC press conference. Known earlier as Ville, this will succeed the Sensation and will feature a 1.5GHz dual-core display, 4.3-inch display, 8.0 MP camera and even a micro SIM card slot, according to the folks at ITProPortal. This will be the mid-end smartphone announcement of the evening with the One V being the budget smartphone. The One S will also feature Beats Audio tech. (more…)Google+
Barely minutes after we think we cracked HTC’s MWC teaser, the Taiwanese smartphone vendor posts another one on its Facebook page. We can now believe that HTC is indeed counting down to its press conference on Sunday. This time, the teaser image has the number 4 (as in four days to go?) and comes with a hint that we will “hear something authentic.” Well, this could mean two things – either the Beats Audio running One S aka Ville or HTC’s rumored music streaming service. What it w...