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HTC Predicting 55% Revenue Jump For Second Quarter 2012, Hints At Strong “One” Sales

HTC’s first quarter results for 2012 were decidely less than stellar, fortunately they came too early to see any impact from the start of sales for HTC’s new “One” line of products. According to Reuters, HTC is predicting their revenues will leap up by 55 percent in the second quarter of this year. A 55 percent jump in revenue would equal around $3.56… Read more

HTC Sensation Ice Cream Sandwich Update Rolling Out In The US…For Cincinnati Bell

Well, this is a sticky situation. In the US, the HTC Sensation is known mostly for its variant on T-Mobile. That handset gained decent sales, and was a fairly popular phone. One of the more odd things about it is that we haven’t heard anything about its update to Ice Cream Sandwich, despite being near identical handsets to the international variants (which… Read more

HTC One X: First Impressions and Gallery

Until Samsung show us its cards in just over a week’s time in London, the HTC One X is the device to beat. Its unibody design, fronted with an impressive 4.7-inch (720 x 1280) IPS display makes it an incredibly good looking phone in every aspect. The earpiece and loudspeaker don’t have the usual grill, instead, they’re covered with individually… Read more

HTC Says To Expect Fewer QWERTY Phones In The Future

One more interesting tidbit coming out of the Seattle Frequencies conference at HTC headquarters as the company says to expect less QWERTY devices in the future. HTC creative director Claude Zellweger says that HTC will be “moving away from the QWERTY keyboard in general.” Zellweger explained that the extra effort placed on refining physical keyboard… Read more

HTC One X Partakes In Drop Test, Hurts Our Souls

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=sBo3W6HdPbM What’s more fun than seeing the latest devices reviewed on camera? Seeing them destroyed. The video above is shows a grueling series of drop tests of HTC’s new flagship, and the handset holds up surprisingly well. See what happens in the video above, and try to enjoy it, just a little. Not… Read more