Marshmallow is bouncing toward our Android phones left, right and center. It all begins with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P that we are expecting to be introduced during the Google event in San Francisco tomorrow. HTC is also coming out with an early debutante to the fluff. But the One A9 will be in good, mallowy company.
While some One series devices will obviously get the M update with Sense UI 7 in tow, we now have a more inclusive list of which devices from other lineups will make the jump as well.
Note that list is preliminary, some devices with lack [...]
Remember that HTC Aero leak with the side-by-side comparison of the “champagne” iPhone? Remember how intense that hue stared at you into your soul? Are these good or bad memories we’re forcing you to remember? Well, with all the other Aero rumors about the specs and release date still up and walking the moon, we might as well chew on the fruit that drops first.
Six different colors are expected for the HTC One A9 palette. One of them is called “Acid Gold.” Another has gold in the name. Three of them are shades of gray. And the last one is definitely [...]
The slow burn and churn at HTC has produced a series of rather disappointing results seemingly for both the consumer and, as the effect to the cause, the company itself. This so-called “Aero” project that CEO Cher Wang has been touting as the autumn “hero” (no, not that Hero) to save the Taiwanese OEM from the skids has been the subject of a lot of hot talk. Will it be the first Android Marshmallow phone? Will it be everything we dreamed of? Not necessarily.
Evan Blass continues his leaking career with a singular tweet divulging major details of what he [...]
HTC has been in our optical rodeo way too many times. Camera bad. Camera worse. Camera disaster. Sounds like drama much? Probably, but those assessments prove well against the changing camera landscape on smartphones. And each time we find ourselves in the wake of iteration after disappointment after innovation, we put the chips on the table on the Taiwanese OEM’s death knell. The company can’t get away with this anymore, right? Why is it so hard to do something that we, the media and the tech salon lurkers, characterize as a task so damn easy? Is the camera team [...]