The event that HTC has planned for February 19 is getting closer and closer, and it looks more and more clear that we are going to see the launch of HTC’s new flagship device. The front page of HTC’s website has been updated with a countdown clock that points to their event next week, but also hints towards their new device being named the HTC One.
Each time the timer gets to a :01 interval on the countdown the screen flashes and you catch a glimpse of the unannounced device in the background in a short clip. Hints of the phone’s backside, side-profile and camera can all be seen if you watch it long enough. It isn’t much, but HTC seems to be hypebeasting their upcoming flagship pretty well. (more…)
The man behind the @evleaks Twitter account has made a name for finding good information and leaks before they become official. After last week’s information that the HTC M7 would come to market simply named the HTC One, he follows up today with a purported press render of the device, which looks similar to a render we have seen before. (more…)
We expect the official unveiling of HTC’s M7 device at a press conference scheduled for February 19, but if any more information leaks, there won’t be anything left. The latest details we have come from the fairly reliable evleaks twitter account. Posted this morning, he believes that the M7 will come to market under the name “HTC One.” (more…)
The folks over at French Android site FrAndroid, received the screenshot you are seeing above which depicts a launch scenario for HTC’s soon-to-be-announced M7 handset. If real, Phone House, a big electronics retailer in Europe, is expecting to have the device available for sale on March 8 at a price of 649 euros. This date matches up to a previous rumor we saw a few weeks back. (more…)
Developer and HTC insider @LlabTooFeR appears to have leaked the specs to a new version of HTC’s DROID DNA on Verizon. Remember the codename of “dlx” that clung to that phone as it approached launch? That same codename has appeared in a new device but with an addition, making it the “DLXPLUS.” Are we going to see a revamped DNA already or is this Verizon’s version of the HTC M7? (more…)
As we inch closer to the unveiling of the HTC M7 on February 19 in NYC, it makes sense that leaks would continue to pour in. Three new reports from this morning are helping to paint the picture of a device that is becoming less and less a mystery by the minute. (more…)
Talk about HTC releasing a phone under the codename M7 has been growing by the day around these parts, so it seems like a release is imminent. Peter Chou, the CEO for HTC, was in attendance at an end-of-the-year event for HTC and it ended up being televised by many stations. At one point, Chou pulled out a device and proceeded to take a few pictures of the crowd. Could this be the M7? (more…)
When HTC takes the stage on February 19 to unveil the M7 (still just a codename), a new report out of HTC Source suggest that the company will announce its availability on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. If you see a name missing from the last, you are not alone. According to their sources, Verizon will not be one of the launch partners. Their source was not able to elaborate on why, but one would assume it has to do with the DROID DNA still being somewhat fresh. No better way to kill one smartphone than by launching a similar device 4 months later, right?
Other rumors peg the HTC M7 for a March 8 release overseas. We’ll hopefully know on the 19th of next month when it’ll find its way to the States.
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Via: HTC Source