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HTC M4 or HTC One Mini the smaller, similar featured version of HTC One

HTC M4 or HTC One Mini the smaller, similar featured version of HTC One

We've heard a lot of speculations in the last months about HTC preparing a mini version of HTC One maybe the HTC One Mini. According to latest leaks( @evleaks) HTC is going to launch a new device, that seems to be a younger brother of HTC One, a HTC One mini, and this device is going to be the popular rumoured HTC M4. HTC M4 is said to have many  similar features to the HTC One. HTC M4 will come up with downgraded specifications and it will be available at a lower price. The design of HTC M4 is more like HTC One but it’s not ...

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HTC First – Facebook phone hands-on

HTC First – Facebook phone hands-on

HTC has employed their typical HTC quality in HTC First “Facebook” phone. Though the specifications were kept hidden during the presentation of the HTC, the specifications can be known through web. HTC First is a mid-range piece of hardware therefore this is not a surprise technically speaking. The nice look of HTC First is very inspiring as the rounded edges give the phone a nice feel when hold it in hand. Its shape makes it very like to the very first range of iPhone. Great features of HTC First include a 1280x720 4.3-inch display, a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.4GHz processor and ...

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The industry leading 468ppi HTC M7, is now called HTC ONE

The industry leading 468ppi HTC M7, is now called HTC ONE

HTC M7 launching event is scheduled to take place just before the MWC, on February 19 in New York City. Every one of us was expecting the HTC’s 2013 flagship, as HTC CEO Peter Chou first revealed the phone to the public at HTC's year-end party in Taipei, Taiwan, when it called HTC M7. According to latest leaks emerged on Twitter form the accurate source @evleaks, the upcoming Taiwanese Flagship will be introduced in less than two weeks and will be simply named HTC One. As this name is certainly reminding us of HTC One X and HTC One X +, let’s ...

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