On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
Perhaps the HTC U13 will still be out next year, but it won't be the flagship phone that we've expected from this company for years.
As they're running Android, Sony Xperia phones have now joined the Fortnite fray with HTC and Motorola phones and everyone else!
HTC has argued that the wireless charging experience is far from convenient enough to include on the U12+. Wires should get things done quicker.
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.
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.
We're talking around 23,900 or 24,900 New Taiwan Dollars — that's roughly between 800 to 850 US Dollars. And the 64GB pricing isn't so hot, either.
Game Boys and 80's technology be damned, the translucent look is coming back strong. Well, it's coming back from financially-struggling HTC. It's back, at least.
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.