Is Google Working on Nexus Version of HTC One? Is It In Competition With LG Nexus 5?


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 [+more]

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A 5+ Inch HTC One Phablet Coming to Lock Horns with Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Who Knows?


With the grand success of the HTC One, certain sources expect that HTC might emerge again in the competitive smartphone market with all new and fresh look. Certain rumors are swirling around HTC as we hear that the Taiwanese firm is planning to unveil an HTC One with a display size bigger than 5-inch along with a mini version of its flagship HTC One device. A savior of the company, the HTC One is a stylish and beautiful device that’s one of the best smartphones ever made. A title that usually goes to Apple’s iPhone, the HTC One sets itself apart from other cheap plastic Android smartphones that are over flooding in the market. Designed with an anodized aluminum unibody case, the HTC One is carved in a stylish manner that makes it extremely comfortable to hold and use. The design, style and features of the smartphone make it a [+more]

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The HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S4: Who is The Real Hero?


Touted as one of the most stylish and beautiful device, the HTC One has made the firm pop up again in the world of smartphones. Recent reports suggest that the Taiwanese firm is now planning to give a Nexus treatment to its flagship device- the HTC One. This means that we will soon see a Google edition of the HTC One with the stock Android operating system. The news followed Google’s decision to start the sale of Samsung Galaxy S4 with stock Android. Preparing to be rolled out this summer in the United States, the Google Edition HTC One will come out along with Samsung’s Galaxy S4. There’s a reported time frame of next two weeks for the release. However, details whether the smartphone will be put on the market via Google Play just like the Samsung Galaxy S4 or through any other means is still unknown. It will be [+more]

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Staff Layoffs, Disastrous HTC One and First Sales Make HTC Lose Sleep Against Samsung Galaxy S4


Dark clouds seem to be hovering over HTC for the past few months as we hear constant news of old staff fleeing, following the disaster that hit the firm with failed sales of HTC One and HTC First phones. The Taiwanese company recently saw the departure of Lennard Hoornik, its former CEO of HTC Asia, who left the firm last week. Earlier also Jason Gordon, HTC’s Vice President of Global Communications and Kouji Kodera, Chief Product Officer were also in reports for leaving the firm. And now there’s buzz around the corner that Elizabeth Griffen, HTC’s Head of Global digital services also plans to leave HTC. The news is not really welcomed by the company as HTC had hopes pinned on recovering from losses with its HTC One and HTC First devices. What could have lead to the failure? Well there are certain factors including the manufacturing of phone to [+more]

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Hot on The Heels Would HTC One Take A Charge Against Samsung Galaxy S4 This Summer?


    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 [+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 Set To Enchant Smartphone Lovers—Will Samsung Galaxy S4 Escape Its Magical Web Or Get Spellbound?


The smartphone party is getting hotter. With HTC looking to snap at any counterpart coming close to its territory, the scenario seems justified. Now here is more news that escalated the HTC flagship avatar—HTC One – to a height most brands crave to reach. Ever heard of popularity even before real-time availability? The HTC One breathes life into such a tag. A number of friends have already received notification from Rogers about the One set to be shipped in five days. The pre-order book has only stacked on more pages till date. Adding fuel to such fiery heat of the rumors that US stores have received stocks of the HTC One and customers would just have to wait until the official release date. Reminds me of the excitement I had while waiting in queue for the Apple iPhone and iPad way back. The Super LCD 3 capacitive touch screen is [+more]

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Why HTC One Is Being Considered The Super Hero Against Samsung Galaxy S4 And Sony Xperia Z


When HTC finally unveiled its flagship smartphone this year, we knew the company had finally done something right and things would definitely look up for it in 2013. But if you are still unconvinced about why you could consider the HTC One as your next smartphone, here are 5 reasons that can help you make up your mind. Good looks: The first thing that caught our eye about the phone was its sleek all-aluminum body. And its curves make sure that it doesn’t just look good in your hands, it also fits in there like it belongs! Amazing screen: With the highest resolution in a smartphone screen yet, the HTC One’s 4.7-inch screen with its ppi count of 468 is the best display you can fit in the palm of your hands. The all new and improved HTC Sense 5.0 overlay: It’s not just the Android Jelly Bean experience that [+more]

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Is The First Facebook Phone To Die For: HTC Design Doesn’t Shout For Attention


Finally, we got a peek into HTC’s Facebook phone, called the First, and so far, we have to say, we like what we saw. First off, it’s got a typical HTC design – minimalistic, nothing that shouts out for attention. The phone isn’t exactly a powerhouse – it’s got a 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1280X720 pixels and reminds us of the first iPhone. It’s powered by a decent dual-core 1.4 GHz Snapdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM. There’s 16 GB of internal storage, but no microSD card slot and a 2,000 mAh battery. The camera turned to be a bit of a disappointment with a resolution of just 5 MP. For a Facebook phone, focused so much on social networking, we would’ve loved at least an 8 MP offering. As for the front-facing camera, there’s a 1.6 MP one for your video calls. The device runs on [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy IV—Out And Out Success Or In Line For Hiccups With HTC One And Sony Xperia Z On Prowl?


It has become a legacy for Samsung fans to ponder and wonder over how their wares would be like. This time the Samsung Galaxy S IV is all set to see drapes lifted off and fans are concerned about how bright a future this gadget would have. Until now, I am hardly sure on this but read up on what other fans think on this count. With the brand image that Samsung has built, a whopping 50.76 per cent fans voted in favor of its success. What’s more is that, most of Samsung Galaxy loyalists believe that it shall remain the undisputed leader in the Android market. Now, on the other side of the coin, 40.21 per cent voters believe that with Sony  Xperia Z and HTC One  are buckling their laces tight enough to give Samsung galaxy S4 something called competition.

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