HTC Connects With Users Through New Official Blog

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As we bring you news about smartphones and tablets, we have to think critically about where the latest rumors are coming from: if they’re worth bringing-up to you, and how confident we feel about the information itself. That’s why it’s great to hear about things straight from the horse’s mouth when at all possible. HTC has just given itself a new official mouthpiece – one we’re hoping will become a great resource for fans of its smartphones – in the form of a new blog.

Obviously, we won’t be seeing the latest leaks here, nor a lot of speculation on upcoming HTC hardware, but it still should give the manufacturer a new tool to keep us updated on its latest work. We can probably look forward to HTC using the blog to discuss things like news about software updates, insight into its design process, and what the company is up to with its latest business ventures, like the Beats Audio connection.

The blog shouldn’t replace any existing support resources, but it will still give users a chance to ask questions about what might be coming next from HTC and get an officially-sanctioned response. Right now, the sky’s the limit for what HTC might do with the site, so we’ll be keeping a close eye on it to see just how it ends up developing.

Source: HTC

Via: AndroidSpin

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