HTC Announces New Blog – Unboxes “Something Amazing” For MWC 2012


HTC has just taken the wraps off their all new company blog they’ve created to give customers, users and fans the inside scoop on all things HTC. Everything from how their phones are designed, to Beats Audio integration and even a behind the scenes look at HTC and some of the crazy personalities of their employees and customers.

Aside from their “hello” announcement, they’ve also teased a box of new devices ready to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress. While it’s tough to see through their protective bubble wrap, I suspect it will be something amazing. I’m rooting for HTC and hopefully this new line of devices — the HTC One V, HTC One S and HTC One X — will be enough to get them back on top.

Press conference starts on Sunday so make sure you keep it locked to Phandroid where the better half of our team will be reporting live from the event.

[HTC Blog]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Evo!!!!!!!!

  2. As long as they don’t take away the micro sd slot or removable battery I’ll still consider them for my next phone

    1. The HTC One S supposedly WILL NOT have a microSD slot :(

      1. personally, i don’t care about the removable sd as long as it has at least 32gb onboard storage. 

      2. No removable memory, No deal!

  3. From the size of it almost looks like a Note rival

    1. I hope it is.  I’ve had an Evo 4G and Evo 3D and just upgraded to the Note LTE and I’d love to have more competition in this niche market.  

    2. Actually, you can somewhat accurately determine the size from the picture:

      They’re using standard double wall corrugated cardboard packing, which is a layer of thick C flute stuck to a layer of thinner B flute. We can see in the picture that there’s 10.5 rows of C flute, and since C flute is 41 flutes per foot, this mystery device is about 3.07 inches wide (or 78mm), which is a bit smaller than the GNotes 83mm width (before removing a few mm for bubblewrap padding)

      So, my dear Watson, we can deduce that this is an above average 4.7″-ish phone :)

  4. Looks like a 7″ tablet to me

  5. Wish more phones would have a kickstand.

    1. That and 3,300mAh battery is what I’m hoping will be mandatory from now on.

      Too bad.. it wont =/

  6. I would really like a copy of the original Nexus One with Killer specks. Love the flashing home button and the phone just feels so good in your hand. I still have and use my N1 every once in a while. That phone with all the modern day killer specks along with a 4 inch screen would be my perfect device. To me that phone still looks better then 95% of all the new phones made. Bring back the Nexus One with killer specks.

    1. YES! I would love one of those too. I actually still use my N1 as I haven’t been able to find a suitable replacement yet.

  7. I really wish htc would come out with a phone that looked like this:

    I know it was a fake, but it’s a damned sexy one!

    1.  Bugger me, that’s ugly!

      1. You, sir, are crazy.

  8. I’m still trying to figure out what exactly “Beats Audio” is. From what I’ve heard it’s just an equalizer software on the phone and overpriced headphones.

    1. It’s not an equalizer, it’s a compressor, and it makes everything sound like crap. But I’m old school when it comes to audio.

  9. it looks like a pack of condoms.

  10. Get back on top? They never left the top.

  11. What’s up with the letters? V for Verizon? S for Sprint?

  12. You want to see a awesome concept HTC phone go to and check out the HTC Dark. That is unboxing amazing.

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