HTC One Max News
Sense 6 now rolling out for AT&T HTC One M7, obligations nearly complete
After promising last week that their latest version of Sense 6.0 would soon arrive for the AT&T HTC One (M7), the final puzzle piece that was their obligations to the HTC One (M7) have finally been met. True to their word, HTC has successfully rolled out the latest version of their software to the previous […]
Leak: Let’s Talk offering Verizon One Max for $89.99, Note 3 for $179.99 for Black Friday
Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, is almost upon us, and the deals have been rolling in all week. Some folks have yet to even announce their deals, though, including retailer Let’s Talk. According to trusted sources, Let’s Talk will have some of Verizon’s best smartphones on sale for some very attractive prices on that wallet-killing day.
Verizon HTC One Max now available for $300 (or $25.22 per month through Edge)
Sprint’s HTC One Max is already available, but Verizon customers were wondering when they’d be able to get their own oversized version of the HTC One (with an added fingerprint scanner and microSD card slot). This 5.9-inch beast is now available on Big Red’s nationwide LTE network for $299.99 following a new two-year contract.
HTC updates us on Android 4.3 and 4.4 for HTC One for Verizon, Droid DNA too
HTC has been putting their best foot forward this year, updating their customers on the status of Android updates via social networks like Twitter. The smartphone maker once again took their HTC USA Twitter page to discuss Android updates, specifically when it came to the Verizon Wireless version of their popular HTC One flagship and […]
HTC One Max for AT&T being readied, says leaked render
When HTC officially unveiled the HTC One Max, we’d only heard that Sprint and Verizon users in the United States would be getting a crack at it. It was odd considering AT&T is usually gung-ho about getting any of the latest and greatest devices they can from the major manufacturers. Fortunately, their penchant for bringing the devices people want continues with this 5.9-inch beast.