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HTC M8 Ace plastic phone with 5-inch 1080p display and cheap price tag possibly in the works

HTC M8 Ace plastic phone with 5-inch 1080p display and cheap price tag possibly in the works

By 28 April 2014

HTC wants to jump on the affordable plastic flagship trend by introducing a new smartphone called the M8 Ace, it's claimed. Notable leakster @evleaks published a photo earlier this month of an HTC smartphone with a plastic unibody, and now Engadget is... >>

HTC design boss Scott Croyle to exit the company in 'long-term transition'

HTC design boss Scott Croyle to exit the company in 'long-term transition'

By 25 April 2014

The man who spearheaded the HTC One's design is leaving HTC. HTC has revealedĀ it is losing Scott Croyle, the senior vice president of design at HTC. As part of a "long-term transition", he will depart to work on his own projects. Croyle will assume a... >>

Google and HTC rumoured to release 8-inch Nexus tablet later this year

Google and HTC rumoured to release 8-inch Nexus tablet later this year

By 21 April 2014

Google and HTC are working together on a Nexus tablet, it's claimed. Digitimes, a website with a so-so track record, has claimed Google is developing an 8-inch Nexus tablet with HTC instead of Asus. It'll allegedly release in the third quarter 2014, according... >>

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5: What's the difference?

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5: What's the difference?

By 21 April 2014

HTC announced the HTC One (M8) in March, making it the third major player in the Android space to launch a much-anticipated flagship in recent months. It goes head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy S5, announced in February. We've reviewed the HTC One (M8).... >>

HTC One (M8) vs Sony Xperia Z2: What's the difference?

HTC One (M8) vs Sony Xperia Z2: What's the difference?

By 21 April 2014

HTC and Sony have everything to fight for in the flagship smartphone race. With Samsung typically walking away with huge sales, it's down to the HTC One (M8) and the Sony Xperia Z2 to prove they have what it takes. But these devices aren't just also-rans,... >>

HTC looking to add optical zoom on HTC One (M9) and other 2015 phones

HTC looking to add optical zoom on HTC One (M9) and other 2015 phones

By 18 April 2014

There's no secret which feature of the HTC One (M8) has been pushed to the forefront of the company's marketing for the device most, the Duo Camera. Like with last year's model, HTC has been most proud of its device's photo-taking abilities and it seems... >>

HTC Sense 6 to release for first HTC One in US and Canada next month

HTC Sense 6 to release for first HTC One in US and Canada next month

By 15 April 2014

The first HTC One is about to get a face-lift of sorts. Not everyone can buy the new HTC One (M8), and HTC is aware of that fact. Instead of telling customers that they're out of luck however, the company is giving them a taste of its newest smartphone.... >>

HTC One (M8) mini tipped for May release in Taiwan, 4.5-inch mid-range alternative

HTC One (M8) mini tipped for May release in Taiwan, 4.5-inch mid-range alternative

By 14 April 2014

With the HTC One (M8) readily available in the UK and US, the rumour mill has turned to the next HTC device in the family. A HTC One (M8) mini is being touted, with Taiwanese reports even claiming that it could be release as soon as next month, May. It's... >>

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 April

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 April

By 12 April 2014

Phone season is upon us. As is the Samsung Galaxy S5 which you can go and buy in the shops right now. But is it worth it, and can it better the HTC One (M8) which also landed around the globe this very week? We've got the full review on the site for your... >>

HTC One (M8) vs HTC One (M7): What's the difference?

HTC One (M8) vs HTC One (M7): What's the difference?

By 10 April 2014

The HTC One was one of the best phones of 2013, but that's yesterday's news now that the popular Android smartphone has been replaced with the HTC One (m8). What's the real difference between the two though, and should you bother upgrading? What about... >>


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