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We could get a feature very similar to HTC's Edge Sense in future Samsung devices if this pressure sensitive navigation patent becomes real
Remember resistive touch displays where the processor had to work out what pinches were? Perhaps Apple may be aiming for the same... or make it better.
Nearly seven years later, we may finally have reached the end of this argument between two bickering tech giants. That and a really big phone this week on our show!
It's one part refinement and one part addition. All together, it's one large phone that takes great photos, video and audio with a price tag as big as its promises.
Far from perfect, the box design just seems a bit mangled and weird to us. But it has its heart in the right place... if you can call getting most of the items seemingly right.
What to imagine about HTC's Imagine? A lot of the specs have already been laid out, but what's the real name of this phone? And when will it come out?
HTC is not done unveiling own-brand smartphones this year, with a U11 Plus and U11 Life feeling like strong candidates for a November 2 Taipei event.
Google's revived Android One family will further expand in the near future with the addition of the HTC U11 Life, rendered today in standard form.
The HTC U11's biggest call-out is its pressure-sensitive frame. And it can do more wonderful things with this update, rolling out now.
Might you be able to squeeze to get Google Assistant on the next Pixel? It's pretty likely, but HTC has to call it something different.
That 5.2-inch "Ocean Life" handheld with Edge Sense is likely to be called HTC U11 Life for marketing purposes, packing a Snapdragon 630 processor.
Google Assistant, Sense Companion and now, Amazon Alexa. The U11 has access to all three and they can be had in a squeeze.
If you prefer to use Amazon's assistant over Google Assistant, you'll soon be able to get to it with a simple squeeze. But not exactly now.
Security updates that are three months behind, but what if that's all you need to get some big, smart feature enrichments?
A 5.2-inch derivation of the critically acclaimed HTC U11 could be right around the corner, with Edge Sense functionality and a Full HD screen.
HTC is planning to add new abilities to its squeeze-based user interface, Edge Sense, including zooming into maps or pictures and turning off alarms.
What if you could activate the app you want just by squeezing your phone? No picking at a screen. The HTC U11 debuts bringing that thought into the real world.
We are hours away from the official event for the HTC U11, but it seems like someone made a mistake in Vietnam and posted a hands-on video early.
Formerly known as Ocean, the HTC U11 is right around the corner, "squeezable" Edge Sense technology and all, and this is how it looks in snazzy red.
The "U" part of things brings the device close to the new HTC of this year while the "11" acknowledges the big phones scattered through its history.
The non-Ultra HTC U, aka Ocean smartphone, is apparently less than a month away, complete with a "squeezable" Edge Sense frame.
Its codename is "Ocean" and the ocean of rumors is very much thick and frothing with details, speculation and revelations on how Edge Sense will work.
The upcoming flagship phone formerly known as Ocean and now expected to be called HTC U almost certainly packs an SD835 SoC and 3000mAh battery.