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HTC’s revenue in February drops to its lowest in 13 years

Today’s a bad news day for Android manufacturers, apparently. HTC’s February earnings have been reported and things are looking bleak yet again. Earnings dropped 23% from the previous month and 44% from the previous year, totaling around $ 89 million for the entire month. That’s the lowest HTC has experienced in 13 years, which is really bad. It’s […]

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New report says HTC’s U11 EYEs will launch on January 15th with 6-inch 18:9 display

CES 2018 hasn’t exactly been a motherlode of excitement for the smartphone segment, with most announcements centering around accessories such as smart speakers with Google Assistant built-in and Razer’s Project Linda. Luckily, thanks to a certain serial leaker, we now know that HTC is planning on launching a brand new handset called the U11 EYEs […]

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HTC’s financials are still pretty bad with a 26% YoY drop in November

HTC being in a mess with their finances is no secret, but things really just don’t seem to ever improve for the company. Their latest financials are reporting a pretty significant drop in revenue for November, down a sizable 26% from last year. HTC’s revenues for the month were about $ 188 million, slipping from $ 200 […]

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Vive Focus pegged as HTC’s standalone Daydream virtual reality headset

The HTC Vive was a virtual reality collaboration project between Valve and HTC. It’s expensive, though, running $ 599 even after the most recent price cut. It also doesn’t work without a beefy computer rig to actually handle the heavy lifting. The next big development in VR, therefore, should be a headset that doesn’t need a […]

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HTC’s Ocean will be the HTC U, plans to make some waves in April

We’ve been hearing about the HTC Ocean for a few months now, desperately hoping that it can make up for the fairly disappointing HTC U Ultra. A new report has surfaced that suggests the phone will become official in April, and yes, it should be a pretty big deal. The Ocean will officially be known […]

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HTC’s U Ultra actually isn’t that durable

You’re no doubt familiar with JerryRigEverything, the YouTuber that puts phones through a variety of different bend tests. This time the subject is the HTC U Ultra, and the results aren’t good. If you’re looking for a phone with durability, you might not want to go with the U Ultra, according to JerryRigEverything’s tests. The […]

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Vive Video puts a personal home theater in HTC’s VR headset

We've seen VR video theaters for Oculus and PlayStation VR, and now HTC has an upgrade in that department. Vive Video supports all kinds of media: 2D, 3D, 180-degree or full 360-degree, with options to make the environment as much of a realistic thea…
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HTC’s first smartwatch could arrive in February with a sleek design

HTC wearables have all suffered delays in 2015, but new rumors point to an early 2016 launch for the HTC One Watch. Check here for all of the rumors leading up the eventual announcement!

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HTC’s Black Friday sale includes an Apple iPhone for One A9 trade-in

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With the holiday season quickly approaching, manufacturers and retailers around the world have begun posting Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

For Black Friday and Cyber Monday, HTC will be hosting a plethora of deals on its latest tech gadgets. Between November 26 and December 2, consumers can trade in a fully functional Apple iPhone for a brand new HTC One A9, the company’s latest release. If you trade-in the latest iPhone, nobody will even notice you got a phone! Consumers can also trade in a Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone during the same period for a $ 200 value. The company is also accepting LG G4 and G3 trade-ins for a $ 100 rebate.

HTC has also put many of its devices on sale. Starting November 30, the One M9 will get a 40% price cut and the Nexus 9 will also be slashed 40% of its original price. Buyers of a Nexus 9 32GB will also have the chance to win a totally free Logitech keyboard. Additionally, all accessories will go on sale for the same 40% difference. But perhaps the biggest deal is on the company’s RE action camera, which will be 60% off during the period. And if you’re one of the first 900 buyers, the deal is even sweeter. HTC has agreed to ship the first 900 buyers a bonus RE Protection Pack free of charge.

HTC is in desperation to get back on track after a poor year, and why not start this holiday season. This Black Friday and Cyber Monday will be a great time to invest in the HTC family of products. Now’s the time to save!

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HTC’s cool new One A9 phone gives you Android 6.0 Marshmallow, no waiting involved

Think you’re going to have to wait months for an Android 6.0 Marshmallow phone, outside of the recently announced Nexus hardware? Wrong, HTC’s here with the cool One A9, which comes with the latest Google OS already installed.

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