The HTC Holiday is expected to come to America for AT&T and their brand new 4G network and the FCC has somewhat confirmed that. We have an HTC device with the frequencies AT&T uses for its 4G network and a sizable device. We’d say the Holiday fits that profile well with its 4.5 inch display. For specs, there’s a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera with HD video recording, a front-facing camera and more. We’re expecting it to be here in time for the holidays. (OK that’s the last time I do that.) [FCC, via]
android Best of Phandroid
stars Popular this Weeklaunch
Instagram is breaking off direct messages into their own stand-alone app called Direct. The app is currently in testing in select countries but could be rolling out globally soon.
After announcing back in 2016 that Chrome Apps would be removed from the Web Store, Google has officially removed the ability for anyone to download Chrome Apps.
more_vertNew YouTube Music service
The new service could actually be a merging of the existing music services. The branding would be YouTube instead of Play Music.
Google has sent out a new email to developers announcing its temporarily halting its accessibility services ban while it sorts through apps that use the feature in innovative ways.
more_vertHTC U11+ Smart Display app
The U11+ has an OLED display and HTC will be using that display for a feature called “Smart Display.” It’s essentially just their version of an always-on display.
Looking for a new phone? Don’t miss this bundle deal on Amazon for an unlocked Galaxy S8 Plus, Qi wireless charging pad, and $100 Amazon Gift Card.
Some people running Android Oreo are experiencing an issue with syncing their contacts to their Google account. Mostly Pixel & Pixel 2 users seem to be affected, but others report the issue too.
Two new photos showcase the front and back of Sony’s next generation of Xperia devices, revealing a much smaller bezel compared to previous flagships.
OnePlus held an AMA yesterday in their forums and fielded a question about the availability of Project Treble on their current phones, explaining why it won’t be supported.
HTC has revealed its financial report for the month of November, showing that the company has suffered a 25% loss, only further expounding on the 20% loss suffered over the year.