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    HTC One X10 images leaked, set to launch at MWC 2017

    Hot on the heels of HTC announcing their new "U" series of smartphones, fresh images of the rumored HTC One X10 have leaked online. A user on the Chinese networking site Weibo has posted images showcasing the front and back of the phone.

    The HTC One X 10 is set to be the successor to the One X9, which was launched way back in 2015. The leaked images point towards the device having a metal unibody design, a fingerprint sensor below the centrally located rear camera on the back and capacitive buttons for home, recent apps and back on the front.

    According to previous leaks and rumors, the HTC One X 10 is set to come with a 5.5' fullHD display with a resolution of 1080x1920, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, the Mali T860GPU  and the octa-core MediaTek MT6755V/C processor clocked at 1.9Ghz.

    On the imaging front, the device is rumored to come with a 16.3MP rear camera and a 7.9MP front camera.

    The One X9, in comparsion had a octa-core MT6795 Helio X10 chip clocked at 2.2GHz, a 5.5' fullHD display, 32GB of internal storage, a 3,000mAh battery, 3GB of RAM, a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP sensor at the front for selfies.

    All in all, the HTC One X 10 seems to be a minor update over its predecessor, with only the front and rear camera seeing substantial updates. The One X10 is most likely to be unvelied later this month at the 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

    HTC recently announced the U Play and U Ultra smartphones, with the latter launching in India on February  21. The HTC U Ultra comes with an all new curved design, a 2' secondary display and HTC's trademark BoomSound speakers.

    HTC Rhyme Gets a Software Update; No, It’s Not Ice Cream Sandwich!

    HTC and Verizon are soon going to start rolling out a new software update for the ladies-droid, the Rhyme. The HTC Rhyme was released around September last year, and is a mid-range Droid targeted mainly towards female Droid lovers. While HTC and Verizon have confirmed that the Rhyme will be getting Ice Cream Sandwich, this new software update is a mere bug fixer. The Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Rhyme is expected to land sometime in late Q2 or early Q3.

    Device Features

    “ Ringtones” has been replaced with “Edit Home” when the Menu key is pressed on the home screen.
    Updated signal strength meter to 5 bar Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI).
    Mobile networks no longer disabled when using Power Saver.
    Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.

    Device Dock Features

    Default applications in Dock Mode have been changed to “Phone” and “Calendar”.
    In-call volume control has been added to Dock Mode.
    “All Apps” option has been added to Dock Mode.
    Resolved issue of dock volume changing to 20%.

    Applications & Widgets

    Device displays available music on the device and provides an option to purchase ringtones from the MOD application when a user is attempting to set a new ringtone through a prepopulated list.
    Mail shortcut now shows unread mail count.

    HTC Sensation Gets The Android 4.0 Update At Vodafone UK

    Earlier this month, HTC already announced their Android 4.0 update plans for smartphones. HTC has also rolled out the Android 4.0 update for the HTC Sensation and Sensation XE owners in Germany and other Nordic countries. However most of the folks living in other countries were still waiting for this update.

    Vodafone was the first carrier to sell the powerful HTC Sensation in the UK. Now, Vodafone is the first carrier to roll out the much-awaited Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update for the HTC Sensation in the UK. The latest update comes with some amazing features such as Beats audio, face unlock, advanced voice and text input, improved email, UI improvements and much more.

    Vodafone UK sent the following message to the HTC Sensation owners.

    Great news. The testing of the ICS update for HTC Sensation is complete, and we plan to start rolling out the update tomorrow.

    The update will be rolled out in phases by the Over The Air service, so if yours doesn’t appear right away, you can either wait for it to appear, or go to Settings > About Phone > Software Update > Check now.

    HTC Rezound Combines 4.3″ True HD Screen with Beats Audio Technology

    HTC and Verizon Wireless have officially announced the upcoming launch of cool new 4G LTE HTC Rezound Android-powered handset, which the companies claim as the only smartphone in the United States to integrate Beats Audio technology. Complemented with Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) connectivity and an included advanced Beats headphones that feature on-cable remote to let users enjoy their favorite music immensely.

    HTC Rezound is initially based on Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Anyway, for those who like to taste the latest Android OS on the Rezound phone, HTC has promised to roll out Google Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upgrade by early next year to deliver noticeably different user experience.

    Key Features and Specs of HTC Rezound:

    Large 4.3-inch multi-touch S-LCD with true HD 720p resolution (1280 x 720 pixels)
    8-megapixel AF camera (f/2.2, 28mm wide-angle lens) with dual LED flash and full HD video capture
    Powerful 1.5 GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor plus 1GB DDR2 RAM
    4G Mobile Hotspot supports up to 10 Wi-Fi devices
    Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/a connectivity
    Huge 16GB internal memory
    Rechargeable 1,620 mAh lithium battery
    Size: 5.08 x 2.58 x 0.54 inches


    First Windows Phone HTC To Launch China’s

    Samsung Offers You Top Quality Touchphones At Afforadble Price.

    In the race to bring the first Windows Phone device to China, it looks like we have a winner: Engadget reports that HTC has just began accepting pre-orders for the Triumph, which is essentially the HTC Titan that we have come to know and love re-branded.

    Running Windows Phone 7.5 Tango, the 4.7″ behemoth will be priced sans-contract at ¥4,399, which is roughly $700 US. That’s quite expensive, and we can only hope that subsidized, contract pricing options as we have in the West are available to allow more people to purchase the device. So, how is the Triumph different from its Western counterpart? It isn’t, for the most part; one thing to note is that local social services Sina Weibo and Tencent Weixin will replace the Facebook and Twitter integration of Tango. SkyDrive is available, but it will be forced to conform to the regulations of the Great Firewall of China.

    Nokia, LG, and ZTE — interestingly enough, Samsung isn’t joining the party just yet — are all poised to release handsets in China sometime this month as well. Throughout the rest of this year onwards, we’ll definitely have to keep an eye out on Windows Phone competition and traction in the Chinese market.

    HTC announces new One X, One S and One V smartphones

    Taiwanese mobile phone giant HTC has announced the new One series of smartphones, including the X, S and V handsets.

    The One X, previously referred to as the HTC Edge or Endeavor, has a powerful quad core 1.5 GHz processor and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with the HTC Sense 4 user interface overlay.

    HTC One X and One S

    The smartphone comes with a 4.7-inch 720p high definition touchscreen (1280 x 720 resolution) and an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p video recorder. It has 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory.

    HTC said that the One X will also be available in select 4G LTE markets with an LTE-enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, including on AT&T in the US.

    The One S also runs Ice-Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4, but has a dual core 1.5 GHz processor. It comes with an 8-megapixel camera, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory.

    Users of both new devices can benefit from an additional 25GB of storage for two years, available through HTC's partnership with cloud storage provider DropBox. The phones also come with Beats Audio software for an enhanced audio experience.

    HTC said that the One V is a lower end smartphone that has a "unibody design", a 3.7-inch screen and a rear camera, but no front-facing snapper.

    "The best moments in life are captured with a photo or remembered by a song, so it was key for the HTC One series to improve these emotional experiences with an amazing camera and authentic sound experience," said HTC Corporation chief executive Peter Chou.
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