A HTC Executive just revealed that HTC One sales are very good, as they managed to reach 5 million units sold within the first month of its launching.
During the 3rd quarter of 2011 HTC was the top selling mobile phone…
Android OS continues to be the most important operating system for smartphones in the US with 52% market share in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest numbers released by comScore. Android is still reigning, even if the percents dropped a little bit from December of 2012, when the market share for Android OS was slightly above 53.4 %, yet the difference is minimal.
NASA’s “Phone Sat” network of Android based satellites released the first pictures of Earth taken from orbit. The network consists of three satellites which are basically Android running Nexus One smartphones. After this first success, NASA decided to extend the program.
As many of you might know that HTC is currently holding two conferences. The conferences being held in New York and London simultaneously and are pumping out information like there is no tomorrow. The Taiwanese company has now introduced the HTC One to the world, in an official capacity.
In a confusing turn of event, there is a rumor circulating that the HTC M7 will simply be called HTC One upon release. This comes from a notorious yet very reliable source, @Evleaks. The source is claiming that the latest upcoming smartphone from HTC which was codenamed HTC M7 is now going to be called the HTC One.
The HTC M7 is shaping up to be one of the most powerful smartphones released in recent memory. Looks like the parent company is also much pumped about the device they have made. The Taiwanese company’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Peter Chou, seems to think along the same lines.
The HTC M7 is accumulating some serious attention these days; people are excited to see what the next flagship will do after the amazing HTC Droid DNA/ Butterfly. And the more the product is hyped, the more the leaks, same is with the HTC M7.
Usually the budget devices don’t get the fancy “extravagant” treatment the expensive ones do. As is the case with HTC Desire U, recently HTC has released a spec sheet for the new smartphone which is being targeted towards Taiwanese market. The cleverly named HTC Desire U (HTC Desire YOU), might be a medium range phone, but it does not look the part.
HTC One SV has been announced today as a medium ranged phone. The Taiwanese company reintroduced its popular One S model by lowering the specs and enabling 4G. The design is also drastically changed as the latest iteration is a more rounded affair.
The latest flagship phone from HTC is less a phone more of an international spy. Changing names and aliases where ever it goes and completely avoiding some territories as well, just like there is an agency ban on entering certain air spaces. First the phone was called HTC J Butterfly while it was on a mission in Japan, then its adventures took it to the US and it became HTC Droid DNA. Now it is heading to China with a new streamlined name of HTC Butterfly.