The former Android darling is now struggling to find its identity.
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HTC released their Facebook-focused First about two months ago and then the priced dropped to just 99 cents earlier this month. Reportedly, Facebook may be delaying the UK launch as it looks at changing the Facebook Home experience.
HTC is planning to release a mid-range device in the Desire range that will include a quad-core processor, 8-megapixel camera and its Sense 5 UI but has not yet confirmed that it will be headed to the UK.
HTCpro, the company's business-ready platform, has added the HTC One to its portfolio. It's plug-and-play with the enterprise, and ready to take on the iPhone's dominance.
Rumours abound that HTC is thinking about releasing a stock Android version of the HTC One — but would this be the best decision?
Several people have recently departed HTC, but that doesn't mean the company is shutting the doors. There may be marketing strategy changes, a focus only on Asia, or some other strategy we do not yet know about.
Taiwanese handset maker says production capacity will ramp up in the next two months to meet "strong demand" as it sees its component supply woes ease.
Like the iPhone and many other modern smartphones, the HTC One has an integrated battery. Mophie was quick to launch its newest Juice Pack solution, and we have been taking it on the road.
We have seen Facebook-focused phones flop in the past (remember the ChaCha), and this current promotion doesn't mean that is happening. Then again, most new phones don't drop nearly $100 within a month.
HTC has pulled out all the stops with the One, which looks great, performs well and includes some clever features. The lack of storage expansion and the persistence of BlinkFeed are irritations, but overall the HTC One stands up well against rival flagship handsets.
Taiwanese phonemaker looks to end its Watch service in countries such as New Zealand and Japan, which have less traffic than other markets, by end-May.
T-Mobile USA is giving away the HTC Car Kit with an HTC One purchase, and after spending a couple weeks with it, I find it to be an essential accessory. It works well and is priced right, at just $60.
The Taiwanese giant's flagship phone for the year so far launched too late to give HTC any reprieve during the quarter, suffering delay after delay in its release schedule.
The microSD card slot and removable battery are the two main arguments people make for the Galaxy S4 over the HTC One. However, only the 16GB S4 is currently available in the US and it has less than 10GB for apps.
HTC's One is now available online and in retail stores, while the new Galaxy S4 won't be coming to most US carriers until May. HTC needs to get the word out now and massively promote the One before the S4 overshadows it.
The iPhone is still a wonderful phone, but the latest handsets from the competition have passed it in form and function.