With Google announcing that it will soon be selling a Nexus-like Samsung Galaxy S4, people have started expecting the same experience with HTC One. After initial declination the company officially announced that it will soon introduce an HTC One along with Nexus like user experience.
Along with this HTC One news posted on the HTC blog, it was also mentioned that most reviewers like the HTC One for its software and hardware. The HTC One Smartphone with the Nexus experience will be the special edition Smartphone which will be sold by Google through its Play Store for $599–from 26th June.
Coincidentally, on 26th June even Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy S4, which will have a Nexus user experience and will be sold for $649.The device will be sold in the unlocked version and will harness the support to run on T-Mobile and AT&T’s 4G LTE networks. The smart phone units will be shipped with unlocked boot loaders and will boast of an internal storage space of 32GB.
If you thought that it’s only Google who announced a Nexus-like Samsung Galaxy S4, you can now think about owning an HTC One with the same experience as well!… Read the rest
Recently in the news were rumors of Google working on a Nexus version of HTC’s flagship smartphone; the One. Now certain reports speculate that the Google Edition HTC One will hit the shelves in exceptionally small numbers.
The Taiwanese firm is planning to opt for a limited run because several features on the HTC One are included into HTC Sense 5, the custom skin HTC runs on top of Android, and some of those features will not run on stock Android. However, HTC would also want to double the production process of its own flagship smartphone instead of focusing on the Google Edition.
HTC announced selling around 5 million HTC One units since its launch due to delay in the launch and shortage of devices. Currently, the T-Mobile HTC One is available only in selected stores due to unavailability.
As per sources, HTC wants a trial run for the Android version of it’s the One to see how the device does in sales and therefore will offer around 1 per cent of total sales of the smartphone so far. In case that’s true, HTC would launch only around 50,000 units of the Android-based One smartphone.
However, nothing official has been announced as yet.
Hot on the heels, HTC’s latest flagship smartphone; the One has turned to be a stylish and beautiful device that has brought great fortunes to the company. The Taiwanese firm not only impressed users with its the One device but also the internet search giant- Google. Certain rumors are surfacing round the corner, suggesting that Google and HTC might be in talks to release HTC One Google Edition this summer.
Following the Google’s announcement of releasing the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition at the I/O Developers Conference, online forums and Twitter became a great platform for many Android fans who expressed their desire to see the HTC One Google Edition.
Aiming not to hurt the sales of the HTC One, the firm has denied working on a ‘Nexus Edition’ of its flagship device.
However, a recent tweet by HTC’s developer, LlabTooFeR says that Google and HTC are working together to release an HTC One Google Edition smartphone. In order to run Android on its device, the HTC One Google Edition will drop Sense 5. Samsung, we hear is also dropping TouchWiz in its Galaxy S4 in order to run stock Android.
The Google Edition smartphones will run on Android with unlocked bootloaders to make it easy for developers to work with the device. These Nexus smartphones will also offer prompt system updates, which otherwise at times take months to reach the smartphones or tablets.
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