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Android 7.0 Nougat is Rolling Out to the Unlocked HTC One A9

HTC launched the HTC One A9 back in October of 2015, and it was at a time when the Taiwanese handset maker was really trying to bounce back from financial issues. Many were speculating about whether or not it would be the phone that would save the company, and reviews kept bringing up its design...

HTC Will Only Release 6 or 7 Phones in 2017

At the recent launch event of the HTC U Ultra and U Play in Taipei, Engadget's Richard Lai interviewed Chialin Chang, HTC's President of Smartphone and Connected Devices business. During the interview, Mr. Chang confirmed that HTC is only planning to release 6 or 7 smartphones during 2017. The move will be a significant drop in the number of...

HTC’s 2016 Revenue Hits 11-Year Low, While Huawei Grows Faster than Industry Average

Earlier in 2016, before we knew about the Pixels, everyone was speculating on which OEM would be manufacturing the 2016 Nexus. Leaks pointed out that HTC was on track to produce not one, but two 'Nexus' phones for Google, replacing the top contender Huawei who had been Google's choice for manufacturing the Nexus 6P. But we all know...

‘Leaked’ HTC Promotional Video Shows Smartphone Concept, Possible New Product

We're waiting to hear some gossip on the upcoming HTC flagship, but there's little going around on that phone yet (quite surprisingly, given previous HTC phones have been leaked to hell and back). What we have today is some tidbit on a phone that could be an HTC flagship, and that certainly looks interesting. Leaker @evleaks...

5.5″ HTC One X10 Rumored for Release in Q1 (MediaTek Processor)

We haven't really heard many credible rumors about HTC's upcoming flagship, but we have heard rumblings of the Ocean codename. This week, while many are focusing on the products being announced at CES in Las Vegas, Evan Blass revealed some alleged details about the HTC One X10. If his sources are true, this phone will have...

Google, Samsung, Sony and More Form a VR Association

VR used to be an enthusiast's dream, but we're getting closer to the point where it's going to become mainstream. There are still some hurdles that need to be fixed, but companies like Google and Samsung are making VR accessible to more people than ever before. With it being such an early stage for VR though,...

Android 7.0 for the HTC 10 is Rumored to be Stable, Update Coming Soon

As we finish up 2016, OEMs are just about ready to begin rolling out their official Android 7.0 updates. So far, we've seen OEMs like Samsung, LG, Huawei/Honor, and Xiaomi start to beta test Nougat on their flagship devices. Thus far, we haven't yet heard much about HTC's upcoming 7.0 update for their flagships, but the...

HTC Publishes Revenue for October, Down 12.43% MoM

It's no surprise that HTC has been struggling to bring in a profit and increase the company's revenues for a while now. We have been covering this extensively since the company started seeing a decline and there have not been many positive aspects to look at throughout this troubling time for the Taiwanese technology company....

It’s still possible to enable the AOSP Lock Screen on HTC Devices

Over the years, the lock screen has evolved with the changing design language of Google's Android. Starting with Android 5.0 Lollipop, the lock screen developed a Material Design flavor and implemented rich notification support. But apart from Motorola, OnePlus, and a couple of other outliers, most OEMs have opted to use their own lock screen...

Google Pixel XL costs $285.75 to Manufacture – in line with Rival Smartphones

When Google finally unveiled the Pixel and Pixel XL on October 4th, many people were put off by the price tag of the two phones. While Google is no stranger to sticking a premium price tag on their products, many users hoped that the two Pixel phones would continue bucking the trend of expensive off-contract...

HTC’s Q3 Financial Results Reveal $57 Million Loss

Since the glory days of the HTC Evo 4G, HTC has failed to make significant waves with most of their smartphone products. Even the much venerated HTC One was unable to dethrone its Samsung flagship counterpart. Continuing on that downward trend, it seems HTC is still struggling to recover from the financial issues they've been having...

Google Silently Removed Mentions of an “HTC Cerberus” from Pixel XL Source Code [Update: More Evidence]

Update 5:00PM CST: It has been brought to our attention that there is more evidence regarding HTC's involvement in the software development of the Pixel devices, see the addendum at the end of the article. The "Made by Google" motto represents a dramatic shift in Google's attitude towards Android. Rather than cycle through its various OEM...