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Mar
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HTC One M9 announced for March




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After months of rumors, conjecture, and an endless supply of leaks, the HTC One M9 is a reality. HTC today announced its latest flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress,

Keeping in line with the specifications that we’ve come to hear about over the last few weeks, the One M9 is more evolution than revolution. That’s quite alright, however, as you don’t want to stray too far from one of the highest rated smartphones of the last few years.

Powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense UI 7, the phone features a 5-inch 1080p Super LCD 3 display. Internally we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB RAM and XXGB storage.

In terms of cameras, the One M9 boasts a 20-megapixel rear camera with a 4.0-UltraPixels front-facing camera. You’ll also find a sapphire scratch-resistant glass to protect the sensor as well as some software to enhance the images. Speaking of which, the One M9 is able to capture 4K video. HTC promises the best selfie and video chat experience on the market.

As for custom HTC experiences, the M9 boasts an enhanced BoomSound with 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio Surround. Thanks to Harman/Kardon and AllPlay integration, the phone plays nicely with speakers and other connected devices.

The Dot View Case is back however it’s smarter than before. Users can choose from a variety of colors; customization features include personalized messages and games, too.
The HTC One M9 will go on sale later this month (March) in Asian Pacific however there’s no indication of pricing. Color options include dark gunmetal grey, all gold, and pink.

The various U.S. carriers are expected to soon announce intentions to support the One M9.


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1
Mar

Demo video of the HTC One M9 leaks out early, compares all three HTC Ones side by side


It appears a journalist at MWC 2015 has inopportunely (or opportunely for us) released a video detailing the HTC One M9 a day early, even going so far as to compare HTC‘s latest flagship with its two predecessors, the HTC One M8 and HTC One M7. It’s a very brief overview at two minutes, but […]

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25
Feb
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Qualcomm confirms Snapdragon 810 in the new HTC One M9


htc_one_m9_advertising_render_02We already saw nearly everything about the HTC One M9 leak earlier today, but in case you still had any doubts about some of the specs, Qualcomm has all but confirmed the Snapdragon 810 will be present in the device when it’s unveiled on March 1st. 

The company tweeted a Vine showing a mysterious device with a clock imposed over it earlier today, with the clock showing 8:10 (obviously for the Snapdragon 810) then changing to 10:08, which happens to be the same time HTC uses in all of their press renders for their devices. The tweet mentions “It’s almost time for a new #Snapdragon 810 powered smartphone. #MWC15.” With Samsung likely to stick to the Exynos chips this time around, the only reasonable suggestion here is for the new HTC One to pack Snapdragon’s latest inside, hopefully completely bug free.

Guess we’ll find out in a few days.

source: Qualcomm

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18
Feb
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First leaked wallpapers from HTC One M9 suggest 1080p display




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The first three wallpapers alleged to have come from the HTC One M9 have surfaced, seemingly confirming the handset’s 1080p display resolution. Thus far, the trio each feature a 2160×1920 pixel count.

While there may be some that argue the phone should have a higher screen resolution, it stands to reason the move was deliberate. For starters, most average users are not going to be able to discern the differences of 720p to 1080p, let alone squeezing in more pixels. Another benefit of not going the 2K route? Battery life and performance are boosted.

Want to download these to your own phone? Here’s a gallery of the wallpapers thus far.

Wallpapers via LlabTooFeR



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18
Feb

HTC to Reveal Their New One!



Something is coming, and HTC UK Twitter confirmed it. Circle Sunday, 1 March, 2015 with a bright yellow highlighter on your calendars.

While the HTC UK Twitter account has not released any details about that day or what is the big announcement, many are speculating the new announcement is that it will be the new HTC One M9 making its debut.

We will just have to wait and see what happens. Are you excited of the possibility? When will it officially launch? Oh the  many questions we have. The BIG announcement on Sunday, March 1, 2015 is right around the corner.



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6
Feb
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Review – Toast wood cover for HTC One


Back in November, I took the Toast wood cover for the Surface Pro 3 for a test run and liked it so much that I am still rockin’ it today.

Unfortunately, Toast’s line of products includes very few options for Windows and Windows Phone devices. The good news is that with the HTC One now available running Windows Phone 8, it does give us the opportunity to check out another one.

15
Jan
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HTC road map details Lollipop update schedule for multiple devices


HTC-One-M8-Google-Play-editionHTC’s flagship One devices have already started seeing the Lollipop update, but the company has been quiet about getting their other devices caught up. Thanks to a leaked update road map, though, we’ve got a better idea about when specific phones should be seeing the 5.0 upgrade.

The plastic HTC One E8 is next up to bat slated for a second quarter update, and the Desire EYE, One EYE, and Butterfly Fly are expecting the update between April and June.

The third quarter of this year should be busy for HTC, with the HTC One Max, One M7 Dual Sim, Desire 816, Desire 820u, One M8 Mini, and the Chinese One E8 and One M8 EYE all seeing 5.0 updates.

On top of the Android 5.0 updates, the company is expected to launch Sense 7 with its new flagship that’s due for an announcement in just a few months.

source: HTCViet

via: Phone Arena

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11
Jan

Android 5.0 Lollipop for the HTC One M7 gets spotted in a video


Looks like the 2013 flagships are getting some love today. After the LG G2 was spotted running the next build of Android, Android 5.0 Lollipop for the HTC One M7 was spotted in a video as well. It’s not entirely clear which variant of the device this is, or how recent this build is, but it’s […]

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15
Nov
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Sprint Buyer’s Guide for Android (November 2014)


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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Sprint? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models to choose from today.

As the last of the big four carriers to adopt Android, Sprint is doing a bang-up job in supporting the platform. It seems we’re constantly hearing about an exclusive model or head start on the competition.

Defining high-end

Today’s top Androids feature big, gorgeous displays, fantastic high-resolution cameras, and lots of memory. Toss in some quad-core and octa-core processors and some killer high capacity batteries and you’ve got mobile devices that would rival your computer from just a few years back.nexus6_chargerAs 2014 draws to a close and we look at the hardware from late model Androids it’s not uncommon to find screens hovering at 5-inches or larger. Thanks to ever-shrinking bezels we have phones with massive displays that also happen to fit comfortably in our hand. And, they’re not only big, but they’re sharp, too. Resolutions across the the top models are 1080p and higher. For what it’s worth, we’re starting to get our first glimpses of 2K and Ultra HD screens. It can be argued that average users cannot discern much beyond 720p/1080p on such a small device.

If you’re not coming to the table with at least a quad-core processor and 2GB RAM then you’re not going to sit at the big boy’s table. Most of the bleeding edge stuff you’ll find today comes with 3GB memory and chipsets of around 2.3GHz – 2.7GHz.

Storage capacities, for the most part, haven’t moved forward quite as quickly as other areas. You’ll still routinely find 16GB and 32GB models in most models though some are creeping into the 64GB space. Given that many handsets offer external storage via microSD cards it should matter little where you start out – especially if cost is a factor.

Another important factor in determining a smartphone purchase is the version of Android. Typically, it’s a simple case of “the newer the phone, the newer the operating system”. Today’s most recent phones are powered by Android 4.4.4 KitKat but anything running at least 4.4 should suffice for the average person. You will still find an occasional straggler, though, running something older.

Flagships & Exclusives

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Launched in October, this is Samsung’s annual plus-sized experience. Thanks to the release time-frame, these are typically a step-up from the Galaxy S series of smartphones. Standout specs include 32GB storage, a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 3GB RAM, an S Pen stylus, and a 3220mAh battery. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: The first device of its kind, Samsung’s plus-sized smartphone is the best of the Note series with some extra ticker-width screen on the side. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Samsung Galaxy S5: Released in spring 2014, it’s the most popular series of Android models to date. Hardware includes a 5.1-inch display, 16-megapixel camera, 16GB storage, and a 2800mAh battery. Sprint | Best Buy
  • LG G3: LG’s increasingly popular family of phones, this one is unique in that it features rear button configuration under the camera. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Google Nexus 6: Motorola’s take on the annual Google flagship experience, the 6-inch handset runs the latest version of Android (5.0) and offers users plenty of battery and top-notch power. Sprint | Amazon
  • HTC One M8: Perhaps the oldest model in this list, HTC’s flagship handset received very high marks for its build quality and toned-down custom UI. Often cheaper than others in the group, it’s still plenty of bang for the buck.  Sprint | Best Buy
  • HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon edition: A beefed up audio experience with Clari-Fi technology and LiveStage enhancing your listening enjoyment. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport: A variation of the flagship with pre-installed apps based around the more active user. Dirt and water resistant, it comes in a pair of alternate colors. Sprint | Best Buy

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Mid-range

While not always the case, the mid-range Android is typically made up of last year’s top models. This is not to suggest, however, that there’s not a one-off model or variation that sneaks in every once in a while. Specs, as you can imagine, are often a step below. Processors, cameras, and batteries are sometimes the key difference though many of them also feature a screen resolution of 720p or 1080p. What follows what could be considered some of Sprint middle-of-the-pack handsets.

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  • LG G2: One of LG’s breakout devices over the last few years, the smartphone was the first to employ the rear button setup. Killer hardware and a refined UI make this one hard to resist even a year later. Sprint | Best Buy
  • LG G Flex: The first smartphone from LG to offer the curved display; six inch screen and a 3500mAh battery make it big and long-lasting. Sprint | Best Buy
  • HTC One (M7): The flagship model that kicked off HTCs current signature look, the phone offers plenty of bang for not much buck. And, thanks to a promised Android 5.0 update, it’s a great bargain with longer term appeal.  Sprint | Best Buy
  • HTC One Max: The plus-sized approach to the 2013 flagship HTC handset line, it comes with a 5.9-inch screen and 32GB internal storage. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Sharp AQUOS Crystal: With an edgeless 5-inch HD display and a quad-core CPU, the Sharp is quite a bit more power for the money than what you’ll find from other brands. The 1.5GB RAM and 2040mAh battery are par for the course in today’s mid-range. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Samsung Galaxy S4: One of the most popular smartphones of all time, this one is offered in a variety of colors.  Features include a 5-inch display, 16GB storage, and a quad-core CPU. Sprint | Best Buy
  • HTC One E8: What happens when you take the flagship One M8 and tap it with a polycarbonate body? You end up with a lower-cost version with very respectable internal hardware. Sprint | Best Buy
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3: As the plus-sized Samsung flagship from 2013, its quad-core CPU and camera make it a moderately strong device one year later. Sprint | Best Buy

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Nov
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AT&T Buyer’s Guide for Android (November 2014)


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In the hunt for a new smartphone from AT&T? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models to choose from today.

As the last of the big four carriers to adopt Android, AT&T is doing a bang-up job in supporting the platform. It seems we’re constantly hearing about an exclusive model or head start on the competition.

Defining high-end

Today’s top Androids feature big, gorgeous displays, fantastic high-resolution cameras, and lots of memory. Toss in some quad-core and octa-core processors and some killer high capacity batteries and you’ve got mobile devices that would rival your computer from just a few years back.

mtoo_x_2014As 2014 draws to a close and we look at the hardware from late model Androids it’s not uncommon to find screens hovering at 5-inches or larger. Thanks to ever-shrinking bezels we have phones with massive displays that also happen to fit comfortably in our hand. And, they’re not only big, but they’re sharp, too. Resolutions across the the top models are 1080p and higher. For what it’s worth, we’re starting to get our first glimpses of 2K and Ultra HD screens. It can be argued that average users cannot discern much beyond 720p/1080p on such a small device.

If you’re not coming to the table with at least a quad-core processor and 2GB RAM then you’re not going to sit at the big boy’s table. Most of the bleeding edge stuff you’ll find today comes with 3GB memory and chipsets of around 2.3GHz – 2.7GHz.

Storage capacities, for the most part, haven’t moved forward quite as quickly as other areas. You’ll still routinely find 16GB and 32GB models in most models though some are creeping into the 64GB space. Given that many handsets offer external storage via microSD cards it should matter little where you start out – especially if cost is a factor.

Another important factor in determining a smartphone purchase is the version of Android. Typically, it’s a simple case of “the newer the phone, the newer the operating system”. Today’s most recent phones are powered by Android 4.4.4 KitKat but anything running at least 4.4 should suffice for the average person. You will still find an occasional straggler, though, running something older.

Flagships & Exclusives

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Launched in October, this is Samsung’s annual plus-sized experience. Thanks to the release time-frame, these are typically a step-up from the Galaxy S series of smartphones. Standout specs include 32GB storage, a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 3GB RAM, an S Pen stylus, and a 3220mAh battery. Best Buy | AT&T
  • Samsung Galaxy S5: Released in spring 2014, it’s the most popular series of Android models to date. Hardware includes a 5.1-inch display, 16-megapixel camera, 16GB storage, and a 2800mAh battery. Best Buy | AT&T
  • LG G3: LG’s increasingly popular family of phones, this one is unique in that it features rear button configuration under the camera. Best Buy | AT&T
  • Motorola Moto X (2014): Motorola’s now annual flagship model, the Moto X is significant for its stripped down Android experience. Slightly bigger than last year’s model, this one has been very well received in the space. Best Buy | AT&T
  • HTC One M8: Perhaps the oldest model in this list, HTC’s flagship handset received very high marks for its build quality and toned-down custom UI. Often cheaper than others in the group, it’s still plenty of bang for the buck.  Best Buy | AT&T
  • Samsung Galaxy Alpha: The first device from Samsung to employ the new “design language”; features a svelte body wrapped in metal trim. Best Buy | AT&T
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Active: A variation of the flagship with pre-installed apps based around the more active user. Rugged and durable, with a trio of new colors. Best Buy | AT&T

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Mid-range

179215-overviewtab-lgz-immerseWhile not always the case, the mid-range Android is typically made up of last year’s top models. This is not to suggest, however, that there’s not a one-off model or variation that sneaks in every once in a while. Specs, as you can imagine, are often a step below. Processors, cameras, and batteries are sometimes the key difference though many of them also feature a screen resolution of 720p or 1080p. What follows what could be considered some of AT&T middle-of-the-pack handsets.

  • LG G2: One of LG’s breakout devices over the last few years, the smartphone was the first to employ the rear button setup. Killer hardware and a refined UI make this one hard to resist even a year later. Best Buy | AT&T
  • LG G Flex: The first smartphone from LG to offer the curved display; six inch screen and a 3500mAh battery make it big and long-lasting. Best Buy | AT&T
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3: As the plus-sized Samsung flagship from 2013, its quad-core CPU and camera make it a moderately strong device one year later.  Best Buy | AT&T
  • Amazon Fire Phone: The first smartphone from Amazon, it’s exclusive to AT&T. It might be a little more gimmick than seasoned Android users might enjoy but plenty for new users. Works great for those who can’t get enough Amazon (Prime). Best Buy | AT&T

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