HTC Set to Raise Production of its HTC One, Starting May

Shortage of components and delay in launches certainly didn’t do HTC any good with the company’s flagship One smartphone. Luckily, it looks like the Sun will shine again for the Taiwanese maker as the firm has decided to raise the production process of HTC One in the next two months in order to meet the strong demand. Increasing the production capacity comes as a ray of hope for HTC, which faced low sales due to the delay in the launch of its flagship the One phone in different markets. HTC is looking forward to double the production capacity, starting this month from April. As per reported in Focus Taiwan, the production capacity for HTC One is increasing on a month-to-month basis as the firm improves its component supply chain issues. “Manufacturing volume will double in May from the previous month and will rise further in June to meet “strong demand”,” [+more]

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HTC One on Verizon all set to Launch Anytime Soon

Here’s interesting news for subscribers of Verizon as HTC has decided to shoot up the manufacturing process of its flagship HTC One smartphone in a bid to meet the devices’ strong demand. Owing to long delay in the supply of HTC One, many people, who were waiting in line to get hands on to this stylish handset moved on to buy other handsets including Samsung’s Galaxy S4. The Taiwanese handset maker is now hoping to cover up for its lost sales. Powerful and stylish, HTC One is HTC’s flagship Android smartphone. The firm faced delay due to shortage in the components of the device. Among other competitive smartphones in the market, HTC has managed to stand ahead in line with a positive response for its products. The Butterfly, HTC’s first 1080p phone, saw a rise of 50 percent sales in Japan after it hit the shelves with some nice on-contract [+more]

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HTC One Update: Touch Key Sensitivity Issue Fixed

Here is an interesting development that’s good news for users of HTC One on Sprint. The Taiwanese manufacturer has lately rolled out a latest software update for its popular smartphone. The move is meant to make HTC One take a leap ahead with the device’s touch key sensitivity feature. The number of this updated version is 1.29.651.10. The update in question for HTC One users comes with a significant advancement in the Back and Home key sensitivity. HTC One users will be automatically notified of this updated version on their devices. It also features upgrades to BlinkFeed and a new Sprint Zone client. For HTC One users, the issue was that the capacitive keys below the screen didn’t always respond as the touch targets were small. Now with this latest update, this issue is fixed as it increases the target size, making it easy to activate. With this upgrade, HTC has taken a [+more]

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HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Apple iPhone 6: Being Big and Bulky Matters?

In the tech world of today, big surely is in – look at how the screen size of the current range of smartphones seems to be growing. If it was the HTC One with its 4.7-inch screen, it got bigger with the Samsung Galaxy S4 with its 5-inch screen. And now, we hear that the iPhone 6 could be a phablet with a 5.5-inch screen. But, as gorgeous as these big screens look, it’s getting harder to carry around these high end smartphones, especially in pockets. Which is why to go with the flow, fashion designers are now coming up with bigger pant pockets, especially for our large smartphones and phablets. Major clothing companies like Dockers, Banana Republic, etc. have been experimenting with new pocket designs to accommodate these massive smartphones conveniently and practically. But even as they come up with pockets that can fit devices like the HTC One [+more]

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With A Huge Cult Following HTC One Amps Up Battery Life to Go Strong Against Sony Xperia Z

HTC’s flagship smartphone has already drawn a huge fan following, and if you’ve picked one of these handsets up for yourself, this one’s a must read for you. The HTC One has a 4.7-inch screen and a powerful quad-core 1.7 GHz processor, both of which drain quite a bit of the device’s battery. Sometimes, you wish there was more juice in the 2,000 mAh battery of the HTC One ( atleast more than Sony Xperia Z) The company claims that the device can be used for browsing and for talking for up to 10 hours and 13 hours respectively on a single charge. And endurance tests have shown that the phone can go up to 48 hours without needing to be plugged in. But here’s how you can make your battery last longer and delay charging. Reduce your screen’s brightness: While a bright screen sure makes colors come alive and [+more]

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HTC One vs. BlackBerry Z10: Which One Makes Us Fall in Love at First Sight?

Both HTC and BlackBerry have brought out strong flagship smartphones to up the ante in 2013. If it was the BlackBerry Z10 that wowed us first with its revamped BlackBerry 10 OS experience, the HTC One made us fall in love at first sight itself. But when you put these phones side by side, which of them do we lean towards when looking at the design and features on offer? Design: There’s no doubt why we pick the HTC One to be a clear winner in the design category. With its all aluminum body, its sleek and sharp body will guarantee a second and even third glance, until you just won’t be able to take your eyes off it. Also, we prefer the HTC One’s 4.7-inch full HD screen over the BlackBerry Z10’s 4.2-inch screen with a resolution of 356 ppi. Features: If you’re looking at just the tech specs, [+more]

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HTC One vs. BlackBerry Z10: It is the Fierce Battle of Interface, Which is More Convenient?

Now that the HTC One and BlackBerry Z10 have been around in the market for a while, we’ve managed to spend considerable time analyzing and comparing the overall experience they have to offer. So, which of these is the leader in terms of user interface? Read on to find out. The BlackBerry Z10 has a 4.2-inch screen, while the HTC One has got a much bigger 4.7-inch screen. The HTC One runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with a Sense 5.0 UI overlay. It gives a smoother experience of Google’s most popular Android version. HTC has spent quite some time reworking the Sense UI, because this one doesn’t lag or hang, even when running heavy apps. We especially like the Blink Feed feature of the HTC One – which posts regular updates from social networks and news sites onto the home screen. It could get a little overwhelming, but it’s convenient [+more]

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Nokia Lumia 928 Vs HTC One—Will Verizon’s Flagship Lumia corner the Haute HTC One?

nokia lumia 920 vs sony xperia z vs apple iphone 5s

  Rumor bell are gonging loud  signalling the arrival of the flagship Nokia Lumia 928 on Verizon and yes! we are almost salivating to get our hands on Nokia  Lumia 928 . We have seen the Samsung Galaxy S4 and most importantly the HTC One but buzz has it that the Nokia Lumia928 could undercut even the latter, thanks to its stunning features. The HTC One has already become cynosure of our eyes (no pun) with its gorgeous screen, the superb shutter speed and the compact size. It packs in power couples with comfort—a combo many smartphones miss out on. All said and done, here is a sneak peek into what the Nokia sequel to the sexy Lumia 920 could be like. The Verizon-exclusive Lumia would have to offer something unique for us to take a notice. Perhaps its promised app companions and the Lytro-style shutter spec would be enough to [+more]

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If You’re Accident-Prone, Samsung Galaxy S4 Is A Better Pick Than Apple iPhone 5 And HTC One

Of all the tests and comparisons you could imagine, here’s one we think is rather important. A team of iFixit decided to dismantle the Samsung flagship to check how easy it was to put it all back together. And the good news is that it’s a lot easier than its main competitors like the HTC One and the Apple iPhone 5. On a scale of 1 to 10, iFixit scored the Galaxy S4 8, which is the same score that the Galaxy S3 also received. In comparison, the iPhone 5 scored 7 while the HTC One turned out to be one of the toughest phones to put back together, scoring just 1. The back of the Galaxy S4 easily snaps open without the use of any tools, and the same goes for its battery too. iFixit also likes the Galaxy S4 for using modular components than can be individually replaced, [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs HTC One: Samsung’s Worries Justified?

Barely a week to go until Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone hits the U.S. markets and everyone’s readying themselves to check out the reviews. But just a couple of days after we told you about how Samsung tried playing dirty by paying for negative reviews of the HTC One, the real question is, does the Galaxy S4 have reason to be worried? There’s no doubt that the Galaxy S4 is a terrific gadget – it’s got amazingly powerful processors, a gorgeous screen, great features and a nice camera too. But the HTC One’s got quite a bit of that going for it, and great looks too! Granted it may be slightly less powerful and slightly smaller, but that’s too small a difference. According to David Pierce at The Verge, while the Galaxy S4 remains fast and impressive, the HTC One scores more because it’s refined, quiet and comfortable. Even Gizmodo [+more]

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