After weeks of speculation, it looks like Google won’t be buying HTC’s phone business outright.
It seems like every year, HTC tries it’s hardest to clinch the top Android smartphone spot from Samsung but never seems to do so. It’s not that HTC’s phones are bad, they’re well made with near stock Android and great cameras.
HTC has announced that they’re dropping the price of their Vive headset by $200, making $799 CAD ($599 USD), down from $1,149 CAD ($799 USD).
It’s been a few weeks since HTC revealed their latest flagship phone, the U11 but now it’s officially available, even though as of right now, it’s out of stock.
HTC has officially unveiled their latest flagship, with the HTC U11.
Today, marks the one year since the HTC Vive first launched. To celebrate, HTC is giving away a free month to their Viveport subscription service and a free copy of Arcade Saga to Vive owners.
Today (January 6th, 2017) is the second official day of CES 2016 and there were still a few announcements that were made but not as many as the past few days.
HTC opted to play it safe this year with their flagship line. The HTC 10 still has a metal unibody design like in years past but its more refined that last year’s HTC One M9.
After using the HTC 10 for a few weeks, I wouldn’t say it’s the absolute best phone out there but it’s definitely a runner up to the smartphones that have released so far, in 2016.
HTC has just taken the wraps off their latest flagship, the HTC 10.
HTC and Valve have revealed that their Vive VR system will launch initially in 24 countries in early April for $799 USD.
The countries included are: Canada, the U.S., UK, Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Ireland, Sweden, Taiwan, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.