According to @evleaks, by way of @gadget_pei, we could be seeing the HTC M8, the supposed One successor, on all four major U.S. carriers by the end of Q1 in 2014. We first caught a glimpse of the M8 last week, with what appears to be an oddly-small fingerprint scanner along its backside and wrapped metallic chassis. It should be a good looking device, even sporting HTC’s next-gen Sense 6 user interface. (more…)
The HTC One is beginning to be old news, so it’s time we start focusing on the possible future offering from the hurting Android manufacturer. The One showed people that the company wasn’t completely out of great ideas, and for the most part, the One is a fantastic device. So, can HTC keep it up with the One’s successor, rumored to be the M8, that should be unveiled in the first half of 2014? (more…)
We’ve unboxed the Nexus 5 and given you a tutorial on how to unlock the bootloader, so in this video, we’re taking a look at how it compares in hand and in terms of size to a whole bunch of this year’s flagship phones. Since we have most of them in house (outside of the G2), here is how the Nexus 5 stacks up against the HTC One, Moto X, Galaxy S4, Note 3, and Nexus 4. (more…)
Whenever a new flagship phone from almost anyone is announced, we try to toss together a quick spec comparison sheet of it versus the competition, so that you can see what we’re working with. Since the Nexus 5 is most definitely in “flagship” territory – it’s Google’s only phone after all – then we thought it was time.
So here is how the new Nexus 5 compares to the iPhone 5S, Galaxy Note 3, Moto X, G2, and more in terms of specs. (more…)
Remember that story we posted about an old HTC EVO 3D stopping a bullet and saving a gas station clerk’s life? Well, HTC felt it was appropriate to go ahead and send that man a “get well soon” package, complete with a brand new HTC One smartphone and a ton of accessories to go along with it. (more…)
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon team released a video this morning, showing off what its team can do with 130 Snapdragon-powered HTC One smartphones. Bullet Time photo booth, anyone? Using a specially designed rig, each camera lights up when someone or something is taking place inside the booth. Once all is said and done, the images can be stitched together to give off the look of something you would see in The Matrix. It’s pretty neat to say the least. (more…)