The HTC U11 is on sale for the OEM's "Blackest Friday" starting at $599, free JBL USB-C sport earphones and Fetch companion included.
Forgotten by many and updated to Android 7.0 Nougat by T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T a long time ago, the HTC One M9 finally makes the jump on Verizon as well.
Believe it or not, it has taken only weeks for the HTC U11 to beat out the total number of sales for the HTC 10 and One M9 each.
Timely Nougat updates for unlocked LG G5 and AT&T-specific HTC One M9 versions? That ship has sailed a long time ago, but better late than never, right?
It took a while to get this update in, but it's finally come its way. Sprint falls behind T-Mobile, but ahead of Verizon in delivering Nougat.
You may have forgotten all about the 2015-released HTC One M9, but T-Mobile hasn't, officially rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat as we speak.
The One M9, One A9 and HTC 10 are going on sale along with all accessories sold in the company's direct-to-consumer retail site.
The HTC 10 hasn't been very quick to expand its Nougat update to the old continent, but all's well that ends well. For two other HTC phones, too.
Bell is the latest of four Canadian carriers to move the Android Nougat update to the HTC One M9. United States carriers are taking it slow.
Today's the day the unlocked US HTC One M9 follows the HTC 10 on the Android 7.0 Nougat bandwagon, with carrier variants kept waiting.
The discounts are deeper than ever for all the phones, bands and accessories that HTC is currently offering in the US and it starts Monday.
This isn't officially confirmed yet, but the HTC 10 should probably score Android 7.0 goodies soon, with the 10 evo, aka Bolt, headed for EMEA.
HTC's Black Friday deals are already available for US "members" online, including deep discounts on 10, One M9 and A9 phones.
If the HTC One M9 is something you would like for free, we have a giveaway for you. If not, stay tuned anyways — this madness is weekly.
It's archaic for a high-end phone and vastly inferior to the HTC 10, but at $300, the all-metal, Nougat-ready HTC One M9 feels like a decent deal.
T-Mobile is currently waiting for 'manufacturer development' of Nougat goodie packs for select HTC and Samsung phones to wrap up.
Android Nougat should start to roll out to the unlocked HTC 10 between September and December, with the One M9 and A9 next in line for 7.0.
If you're not reading this on July 1 and didn't get to take $350 off the Galaxy S6 edge, you've got a whole July 4th weekend of savings at T-Mobile.
If you trade in a major flagship from Apple, Samsung, LG or HTC from last year and it's in good condition, you'll likely get close to $300 for it.
There are now three variants of the HTC One M9 that focus on the camera, two of them owing to the device's main rehash called the One M9+.
It's after the Google I/O keynote and while we're still digesting what we've learned about Android N, HTC is promising its customers they'll get it all.
Following a "slight" delay that felt like an eternity, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is finally gracing the HTC One M9 and One M8 on AT&T over-the-air.
You might be easily convinced to look the other away when it comes to similarities between the Galaxy C5/C7 and past HTC flagships if this rumor pans out.