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This is what the HTC One A9 looks like head-on, and it comes in white

This is what the HTC One A9 looks like head-on, and it comes in white

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It won't be long until we will purportedly find out all about the HTC One A9 (otherwise known as the Aero) because the most popular speculation at present is that HTC will host a media event to announce it soon in October. There are some reports that... >>

New HTC One A9 specs leak suggests Aero will be a mid-range smartphone not premium

New HTC One A9 specs leak suggests Aero will be a mid-range smartphone not premium

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Just when we thought we'd heard every rumour about the forthcoming prospective HTC One A9 smartphone, famed leakster @evleaks has thrown a curveball into the mix. Evan Blass has tweeted a list of specifications that fly in the face of just about every... >>

HTC One A9 benchmark reveals incredible 10-core processor and 4GB RAM

HTC One A9 benchmark reveals incredible 10-core processor and 4GB RAM

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The HTC One A9 has allegedly appeared on a GeekBench benchmark test that Chinese website Juggly has screengrabbed. And if true, it shows that the forthcoming, much rumoured, handset will have a deca-core Helio X20 processor. When Acer announced its own... >>

HTC One M9 Plus review: Plus and minus
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HTC One M9 Plus review: Plus and minus

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The HTC One M9 was met with a muted response. HTC's efforts in refining design felt like a distraction and the new flagship felt like it was slightly adrift, facing completion from all sides. It was only a few weeks later that HTC announced the HTC One... >>

Will HTC Halfbeak be firm’s first Android Wear smartwatch or will it just be another HTC Petra?

Will HTC Halfbeak be firm’s first Android Wear smartwatch or will it just be another HTC Petra?

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HTC is once again rumoured to be dipping its toes into smartwatch waters with a device codenamed the HTC Halfbeak. Even though the company has been listed as a key partner for Android Wear by Google in the past, a wearable device has failed to materialise... >>

HTC teases it'll unveil a new phone on 6 September: Could it be Aero?

HTC teases it'll unveil a new phone on 6 September: Could it be Aero?

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HTC has an event set for this weekend, and according to the company's teaser, it'll focus on a new smartphone that's apparently really handsome. HTC's last two flagships released with nearly identical designs, but now the Taiwanese phone maker is reportedly... >>

You might be able to get a HTC Vive VR headset before Christmas

You might be able to get a HTC Vive VR headset before Christmas

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With the consumer model of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset not coming until early next year, perhaps in the spring, there's an ideal opportunity for another company to capitalise. But while HTC and Valve were expected to step up to the plate,... >>

HTC One A9/Aero gets pictured next to an iPhone: Can you spot the difference?

HTC One A9/Aero gets pictured next to an iPhone: Can you spot the difference?

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The existence of a new hero handset from HTC has been circulating for a while and new images claiming to be that device have now surfaced.  Coming from a familiar source (@stagueve) we now have a fresh picture of the HTC Aero, or HTC One A9 as it might... >>

HTC One M10, dubbed HTC O2, leaks: Snapdragon 820, QHD and waterproof

HTC One M10, dubbed HTC O2, leaks: Snapdragon 820, QHD and waterproof

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A new flagship HTC One appears to have leaked under the name HTC O2, or HTC One M10. The device is reportedly going to pack some high-end specs. The leaks come from sources of Chinese sites MyDrivers and Mobile-dad. These claim the handset will be unveiled in... >>

Switch to AT&T and get $300 in credits when you buy a Smartphone on AT&T Next and trade in a smartphone

Switch to AT&T and get $300 in credits when you buy a Smartphone on AT&T Next and trade in a smartphone

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Are you thinking of upgrading your smartphone this month? What about getting the new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge or maybe the LG G4? Now, how about getting those smartphones or others from HTC, Apple, Sony and more with up to $300 off in credits? Sounds good... >>