HTC’s U12 Plus will be the only flagship smartphone the company plans to launch this year, according to a report. HTC U12 Plus is likely to launch in May.
HTC has taken the wraps off the Desire 12 and Desire 12+, the company’s latest mid-end smartphones. Both phones will compete with the Redmi Note 5 Pro and Honor 9 Lite.
HTC U Ultra has started receiving Android 8.0 Oreo over-the-air (OTA) update in India, Italy and Taiwan.
HTC has rolled out Android 8.0 Oreo as an over-the-air (OTA) update for HTC 10. Alongside Android Oreo, HTC 10 users will also receive Jio VoLTE update.
A leaked image of an alleged HTC Desire 12 has appeared online, revealing various specifications and features of the upcoming smartphone.
HTC Desire 12 is likely to be the company’s next entry-level smartphone, according to prominent leaker Evan Blass. The device is said to come with the 18:9 display and 2GB RAM.
HTC U11+ has been launched in India, featuring a 6-inch 18:9 display and bigger battery. It is priced at Rs 56,990 and will be available in Amazing Silver colour option on Flipkart from February 7.
HTC U12, the company’s upcoming flagship has been spotted in Taiwan at a 5G industry event, according to reports. Images of the supposed HTC U12 smartphone with ultra-thin bezels on the display were also posted on Twitter.
HTC is apparently working on a new smartphone that might be powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor and Android 8.0 Oreo.
Google has completed its acquisition of a major part of HTC’s hardware division. The $1.1 billion acquisition was announced in September 2017.
HTC has confirmed that its flagship HTC U11 smartphone will get the Android 8.0 Oreo update in India from today. HTC India’s official account posted the details of this on Twitter.
HTC’s long-awaited U11 EYEs has been made official in Taiwan, featuring dual front facing cameras and thin bezels.
HTC U11 EYEs with dual selfie cameras, bezel-less display and Snapdragon 652 processor to launch on January 15.
HTC confirmed in August last year that Android Oreo update will be available for its smartphones including HTC U11, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10.
The second day of CES 2018 featured a keynote address from Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich, unveiling of HTC Vive Pro, Lenovo’s updated ThinkPad lineup, Xiaomi and Oculus partnership, and more.