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Best Buy’s bonus deal of the day is putting up a very good flagship smartphone for just $300 without a contract. It’s the HTC One M8, and while it may not be the newest slab of metal from the Taiwanese company it still holds its own up against more recent options.
Google Play Edition devices were a great idea that might not have taken off like Google would have liked. That hasn’t stopped them from updating GPe devices to the latest version of Android.
HTC Product Manger Mo Versi revealed on Twitter today that AT&T has finally green lit Lollipop for the HTC One M8. We’re not sure what the hold up was, but we’re glad it’s finally here.
You thought HTC was done duplicating the HTC One M8? Here’s another — it’s the HTC One M8s. It’s identical to the HTC One M8, save for the chipset inside: it’s sporting a Snapdragon 615 compared to the Snapdragon 801 found in the original.
Verizon’s HTC One M8 has been late to the Lollipop party, but as we always say it’s better late than never. The upgrade is now rolling out to users, Verizon has announced.
After all the leaks, rumors, and drama we can finally put the “official” stamp on the HTC One M9. How does it compare with last year’s HTC One? Let’s take a look!
We haven’t even had our morning coffee yet and Mobile World Congress-related leaks are already making their way to the interwebs. The latest shows us yet another look at the controversial HTC One M9.
Another promotional render of the HTC One M9 has been leaked by @upleaks, who believes it’s the real deal. They’re so sure, in fact, that they’ve promised to bring another piece of evidence more strong than anything else — video.
Two great phones on two great carriers will be getting big upgrades today. First up is AT&T’s LG G3, which is now receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop. T-Mobile’s HTC One M8 is also receiving similar goods.
We’re not sure the exact reason, but according to T-Mobile, Android 5.0.1 Lollipop for the HTC One M8 has been delayed. Don’t worry, it’s only 1 day and is currently set to rollout tomorrow.
It’s official: T-Mobile is pushing out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop to the HTC One M8 this Monday, February 9th. Seems HTC missed their 90-day deadline by a little over a week. Not bad.
The Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M7) have already received their upgrades, so what about other popular devices such as the LG G3 and HTC One M8? A leaked timeline says to expect them mid-February.
There’s no arguing the HTC One M8 is a great smartphone (arguably the best), but HTC’s new rap video almost ruined it for us. Yeah, it’s that bad.
Not too long after the Samsung Galaxy S5 received Lollipop on Verizon, T-Mobile has begun rolling out Android 5.0.1 for the HTC One M8. At least very slowly…
European owners of the HTC One M8 will wake up to a nice new software upgrade today. This one is bringing the big Kahuna — Android 5.0 Lollipop — so you’ll officially be on the latest and greatest version of Android.