Jacklyn Dallas (aka NothingButTech88) joins us to talk about folding phone branding, Black Friday deals and news of future flagships!
Not only will the HTC U12 Life (also known as Imagine Life) ship with Oreo on-board, but apparently HTC will not be the one manufacturing it.
Sony, Huawei and HTC made their Android 9 update plans official, complete with list of devices that will get some Pie love soon.
Slightly more durable than last year's U11, the new HTC U12+ still presents a number of worrisome build quality vulnerabilities.
Formally unveiled a little over a month ago, the HTC U12+ is now up for grabs and shipping from the OEM's official US e-store, as well as Amazon.
The dual camera HTC U12+ has nothing on the three-lens Huawei P20 Pro, but the "regular" P20 loses its silver medal in the DxOMark Mobile photography and videography ratings.
The HTC U12+ has truly been the tech world's worst kept secret, but our hands-on experience with the phone goes to show you don't need surprises to be left impressed.
Technically, the HTC U12+ is still not official yet, but maybe someone should tell the Taiwanese company that, reminding it of tomorrow's formal launch event.
Color options, camera specifications, storage, memory, display, product dimensions, Edge Sense revisions, battery capacity and more. If you have HTC U12+ questions, Evan Blass can provide the answers.
Whatever phone HTC is launching on May 23, you probably won't be awake to catch the launch event. But you can at least try and attend a pop-up event in San Francisco or New York.
People have noticed that parts from the iPhone 6 and other phones were featured in a teaser image for HTC's next big phone. The company says that's exactly the point it wants to make.
"A phone that is more than the sum of its specs" is coming on May 23, and there are no prizes for guessing said phone is the oft-rumored HTC U12+.
All it takes is 10 little pictures to bring some realism to the HTC U12+. There's gloss, all the features, some minimalism and nearly a complete lack of side bezels.
Whether it's the HTC U12 or U12+, a new high-end smartphone manufactured by the Taiwanese company has recently been certified for a Verizon release.
We may finally be just a little over a month away from the commercial launch of the HTC U12+ at a 128GB price of around $850. Will it stand a chance?
That’s the exact recipe HTC needs for the HTC U12 and U12+ for it to be a success – better support from service providers, a good marketing campaign and a pile of cash large enough to keep the campaign going long after the phone goes on sale.
Relatively speaking, HTC has done nothing in smartphones to make waves so far this year. But it has been able to eke out a little good in a sea of bad news.
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.
They look very bright, glossy and, at the very least, very familiar and accurate shells... but apparently, this is one accessory maker's take on the HTC U12+.
We have a name, we have an ETA, and essentially all of the important specifications "confirmed" by multiple sources. Let the HTC U12+ come to us.
The one big flagship release will be the hill of the year for HTC to fare against future spring and fall phones from the competition.
Former employees say Siri never had a way to lose because Apple never set a way forward for it. Also, Broadcom banned from acquiring Qualcomm.
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?