HTC and Dropbox have partnered up to feature the “file anywhere” service on all HTC devices going forward. Alongside having the application preinstalled, users will be able to get 3 additional gigabytes on top of the 2 that Dropbox provides for non-paying customers. If you find yourself using that service a lot and don’t want to upgrade for more storage capacity, this is certainly quite the deal. No word yet on if any of HTC’s existing phones will get similar treatment, but we certainly hope so.
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High-res press renders of the LG V30 have finally leaked, showing the upcoming phone from just about every angle. It looks absolutely gorgeous.
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