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Google Officially Announces the HTC Nexus 9 Tablet


HTC and Google’s Nexus 9 was just officially announced, and it’s quite a powerful tablet. The Nexus 9 boasts a 8.9 inch IPS LCD display and is powered by a 64-bit dual-core NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor with NVIDIA’s awesome Kepler graphics chip and 2GB of RAM. The Nexus 9 also boasts HTC’s patented BoomSound front-facing…

HTC One E8 EYE coming soon?

HTC One E8 Eye taking selfie

After the Desire EYE and One M8 EYE, HTC is preparing to unveil a special version of the One E8. Such device has been caught at the Zauba website, which is known for tracking imports and exports to and from India. The site lists the E8 EYE in two colors, Silver and Gray, with a…

HTC One M8 EYE with 13MP rear camera unveiled in China

HTC One M8 Eye

Yesterday we saw the Desire Eye, now it’s time for its metal-clad sibling – the One M8 EYE. However, this device doesn’t have a powerful front-facing camera with flash; rather it has a 5MP selfie shooter with BSI sensor though with improved camera software. Additionally, instead of an UltraPixel rear camera, the HTC One M8…

XLTE Ready HTC Desire 612 Launches on Verizon Wireless


The HTC Desire 612 is now available from Verizon Wireless, touting decidedly mid-range specs. The Desire 612 includes a 4.7 inch HD display, HTC BoomSound speakers, 8GB of internal storage (expandable to 128GB) a 2040mAh battery and a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. As for the cameras, an 8MP snapper takes up the rear while a 1.3MP…

3 Things to Know About HTC RE Camera


Alongside the Desire EYE, HTC also announced its action camera in New York. What looks like a GoPro killer or at very least a GoPro alternative, is a small, handheld camera that works as a standalone device, as well with Android and iOS devices. The HTC RE is a 16-megapixel shooter that uses Sony’s DSC…

5 Things to Know About HTC Desire EYE

HTC Desire EYE

HTC has officially announced the previously rumored Desire EYE smartphone, and yes it’s made for selfies. Heck, we would easily call it the best such device ever made. You may’ve read the snippets of information on other places around the web; here we want to quickly sum it all up. So we came up with…

TCL to merge with / acquire HTC? *UPDATE*


HTC has seen better days. What used to be one of the best smartphone makers in the world is now struggling to meet investors’ expectations and stay relevant in the ever competitive mobile market. The Taiwanese company is not only facing Samsung and Apple, but also the emerging players from China like Xiaomi, Meizu and…

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