Back in July, HTC introduced a new standalone version of its Vive VR headset at the ChinaJoy trade show. The headset doesn't need to be connected to a computer, and is powered by the same Snapdragon 835 chipset that you will find powering today's high-end Android smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Originally named the Vive Standalone, that might be too much of a mouthful to spit out when you're ordering the device
It looks like Google has started with aggressive Android One strategy. Just days after Xiaomi announced its first, most powerful Android One smartphone, another top-tier company is now rumoured to be working on Android One smartphone. The company in question is HTC, who is
Android One has always been an odd program and, for a time, it seemed that Google would give up on it altogether. That seemed especially possible after it announced its Android Go program for “constrained devices”. But Google insisted that Android One is still a go and it has, in fact, launched the first new device in a long while, … Continue reading
It looks like HTC will be releasing a rebdranded version of their HTC U11 smartphone with Google Android One. The handset will come with stock Android Oreo and it will be an Android One device, it will ditch all of the HTC apps. The news was revealed by LlabTooFeR on Twitter and then later confirmed
HTC is rumored as planning to launch the U11 Life which it is expected to release with stock Android. The device is tipped as running on Android 8.0 Oreo and...
The Android One line is not exactly that popular but it certainly has a market. Those people who want the barebones Android OS look for new Android One smartphones because they usually are less complex and come with less bloatware. Stock Android is the best for some people and if you happen to be one
HTC has seen its struggles in recent years, failing to garner the high sales of competitors like Samsung and LG. As part of the company's efforts to stay afloat, overhead has been trimmed down and the project roster is now confined to essential devices.
A well-known Twitter user and leakster LlabTooFeR reported that the HTC Ocean Life is going to arrive as a part of the Android One program. Another leakster, Evan Blass confirmed the report and added an image of the alleged phone and the name HTC U11 Life.
Rumor has it that Motorola will launch an Android One version of the Moto X4 soon. And it looks like the Lenovo-owned company won’t be the only big name throwing its hat in the Android One ring. According to a tweet from @LlabTooFeR (and confirmed by @evleaks), HTC will offer two versions of an upcoming
Android One is having somewhat of a resurgence right now. Xiaomi just released an Android One phone, and Motorola might be working on an A1 version of the Moto X4. Now it looks like HTC will be releasing one too, albeit with a massive bottom bezel.