Next week we’ll be in Barcelona for MWC 2018, and we’re expecting a few Android smartphones to debut. Alcatel has teased three models, Samsung has a new flagship, Sony is bringing something curvy, and LG has a re-envisioned LG V30. But that’s not all. HTC will be at the event, and thanks to a recent leak, we now know what the Taiwan-headquartered manufacturer has been up to.
HTC has its U 11 flagship smartphone at a discounted price. The deal is active for US customers only and consists of all color options and storage variants. Have a look.
Google’s Senior Vice President of Hardware, Rick Osterloh, announced via the Google Keyword blog today that the company has finalized its deal in acquiring know-how from smartphone maker HTC. Google first announced the strategic partnership with the Taiwan-based company back in September of 2017, but it has now gone official for $1.1 billion USD.
MWC is always full of Android smartphones. However, a trusted source recently reported news coming from an inside source stating that HTC will not present a flagship smartphone in Barcelona next month at MWC 2018. Word is HTC will host a private event after MWC 2018 to introduce a successor to the HTC U 11, which puts us in March or April.
Near the beginning of 2017, HTC approached a new strategy: to launch fewer phones than it had in the past. However, as the year progressed, the company picked up the pace launching numerous HTC U 11 smartphones including a ‘Plus‘ variant and more. For 2018, the company plans to return to its strategy of launching fewer Android smartphone models.
It’s not often HTC runs deals, but when they do, they make them worth checking out. For this Black Friday Weekend, HTC has gone all in, and is offering some of its latest smartphones and accessories at unbeatable prices. Here are the best offers.
At Google I/O 2017, we heard about Daydream 2.0 and standalone Daydream VR headset concepts. Both Lenovo and HTC were confirmed as Google’s manufacturing partners, though one seems to have dropped the project all-together.
Last week, HTC unveiled a pair of new smartphones in Taiwan, the HTC U 11+ and HTC U 11 Life. HTC U 11+ will not be available in the US, and is the company’s utmost high-end Android device of 2017 thus far, upping the HTC U 11. HTC U 11 Life is already available, in the US and additional regions, and is the more affordable model of the two featuring modest specs. Here are all the new wallpapers that can be [Read More]