New Naming Scheme for HTC

By admin | Published November 17th, 2014

According to the release scheme from the previous two years, we are expecting HTC to release the new HTC One (M9) in 2015 and it seems that, according to some rumors, it will be released alongside the M9 Prime in the first quarter of the year. To get unlocked your HTC One please click here.

One trusted source of leaks has stated that the new M9 flagship won’t keep this naming pattern, which will actually be changed for the whole HTC series. What the change will be about we don’t know yet.

We can only speculate related to the new naming...

Android 4.4.3, now on the original European HTC One

By admin | Published August 29th, 2014

The 2013 HTC One is currently receiving a new update, to the new Android 4.4.3 operating systems, after its brother the HTC One (M8) did the same. To get unlocked your HTC One please visit here!

This update has already started to take place in some parts of Europe, beginning with Slovakia and Romania, being available for both career and unlocked smartphones. You can unlock your smartphone here.

Another thing that HTC decided to do is to include the security fixes from Android 4.4.4 into the 4.4.3 update, so this will be the latest upgrade...

HTC prospects for 2014: Selfies, Butterfly 2 and Windows

By admin | Published July 30th, 2014

After having a boosting profit due to the HTC One (M8), the company wants more and is currently preparing the strategy for the end of the year.

Rumors say that this fall we’ll be witnessing an HTC phone enhanced for selfies, a high-end Butterfly 2 smartphone and also some new Windows Phone apparitions. To get unlocked your HTC One please click here!

The selfie phone is called “Eye” and it seems that it will have a front camera for the selfie addicts, rumored for release around the fourth quarter of the year.

The Butterfly 2 high-end...

New Android L, brought to the HTC One

By admin | Published July 4th, 2014

The Android L developer preview has been announced by Google and it’s also available for download, although the fact that the full version it is not completely finished yet and won’t be available for a few months from now. We do have available unlock codes for android handset just visit here!

Despite the fact that Android users still have to wait for the new version, the good news is that HTC has already announced that it will bring the necessary updates from Android L when the time comes, for the HTC One (M8) and for the original HTC...

The HTC One 2014 - Possible specs

By admin | Published March 20th, 2014

HTC ONE M8 RumorsLeaks about expected smartphones always come out from different sources, most of them uncertified, because people are curious and impatient. This time we have some leaks regarding the new HTC One from an official source, the Chinese wireless service Tenaa.

Let’s see what the new HTC One will be equipped with in 2014. It seems that the screen will be a 5” one, with 1080p and the overall dimensions of the phone will be 146 x 70.5 x 9.5mm, weighing 157 grams. It sounds quite good, similar to the Sony Xperia Z2 specs, but with a smaller...

LG G2 vs HTC One Review and Specs

By admin | Published October 2nd, 2013

Lg G2 vs HTC One Review We are witnessing yet another battle of premium flagship smartphones. This time it’s the newest LG G2 that challenges the king of smartphones HTC One. Can the new contender outclass the HTC One, one of the most favorite handsets of 2013? The LG G2 is definitely well-equipped and has many new perks. Let’s see if it can really beat HTC’s wonder kid.

Build and design

There are just a few smartphones that can match the build quality of the HTC One. The LG G2 shows good effort, but HTC One still has a better finish with its rock-solid...

HTC One vs HTC One Google Play Edition

By admin | Published August 3rd, 2013

If you've been keeping up with everything mobile, you'll know that both Samsung and HTC have released their handsets again in a 'Google Play Edition' variant.

This new model is available straight from Google and offers a similar experience to the Nexus range of devices.

This 'Google Play Experience' is known as Vanilla Android, and it's what Android feels like when manufacturers aren't putting any extra software overlays on top.

Which is better- the feature-filled HTC One, or the stripped down and bare HTC One Google Play Edition? Build...

Galaxy S3 VS HTC One

By admin | Published April 21st, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S 3 vs HTC One ReviewAlthough the bets will be on the HTC One and the Galaxy S4 this year round, Samsung’s previous flagship, the Galaxy S3, still has a lot to be applauded for, and if you own a Galaxy S3 handset right now, you may be wondering whether the One is worth upgrading to.

If you’re a Samsung fan, the HTC One certainly isn’t the handset to go for, but it still has a lot of features that may make you choose it over the Galaxy line.

Build Quality The lack of metal on the Galaxy S3 turns many away, and the plastic-y feeling to the S3 certainly...

HTC One Released on April 19th for AT&T and Sprint

By admin | Published April 18th, 2013

HTC One SmartphoneThe HTC One was announced earlier this year, and since then, fans have been waiting patiently for the product to be released, and finally news has hit that both AT&T and Sprint will launch the HTC One on April 19th.

Both customers of each provider will be able to preorder the handset in the same week, however Sprint fans have been able to preorder since Friday April 5th, whilst AT&T customers could preorder from Thursday April 4th.

The 32GB model will also cost $199.99 with a two year contract on both networks.

The other...

The Big Smartphone Camera Battle

By admin | Published April 12th, 2013

Smartphones Camera Reviews Lumia 920 vs Galaxy S3 vs HTC OneWhen comparing Smartphones, many look at the camera specs and leave it with little comments on the actual performance of each camera, whilst instead they focus on benchmarking the hardware performance. But what if you’re looking to purchase a smartphone and the deciding factor will be down to camera performance?

Unfortunately judging by camera parameters and megapixels won’t give you information of the true quality of the camera, and that’s why a lot of testing will have to take place to understand what camera in what phone comes out...