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On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
HTC has announced that it will be staying in the premium arena in addition to pushing further in the mid-range smartphone category.
HTC not only debunked the speculation of quitting the smartphone market but also talked about its plans for future devices.
Revenues for the month of August were down again, if only slightly in sequential terms and, again, signficantly year-over-year.
Nine Android phones have launched and we expect more to come along soon. We also cover Xiaomi's OPPO Find X and other mobile tech news in our show!
The HTC U12 Life became official today at the IFA 2018 pre-show. It features a notchless design, but it won't be available in the US.
A mid-range U12 could be unveiled in Berlin, so we're asking all the questions left to ask that the leaks have left us guessing about.
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.
It's nearly been a year since the U11 Life came on the scene, so it's natural we may see specs for the next version rumored.
One big tweet suggests that a mid-range HTC phone will soon come with a design motif current ubiquitous the industry over. Plus, a bonus fantasy render for BoomSound fans.
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.