If you’re into the whole “phablet” form factor, then you need to look into the latest addition to the HTC One line of devices, the HTC One Max! It’s got a nice big 5.9” 1080p display, a nice big 3300 mAH battery, and a fingerprint scanner. More info here: http://s.htc.com/15HvEbp
The HTC One is now available in a sleek-looking new metallic blue flavor! It’s a Best Buy exclusive in the U.S. More info here: http://s.htc.com/1amW30h
Still thinking about the HTC One that I keep going on about? Well now it’s available in a sleak Glamour Red flavor. Do it!
The world’s best smartphone now has a little brother, the HTC One Mini. This little guy has all the same great features of the HTC One but in a more compact 4.3” form factor. Go check it out: http://s.htc.com/14aXKtS
Hey there fellow Sprint people! Remember about a year ago when we were left out of the whole new Windows Phone 8 excitement? Well we finally have something, the new HTC 8XT! It’s pretty similar to the 8X, but it has an upgraded camera, expandable storage, and, my favorite addition, BoomSound! If you’ve been wanting to give Windows Phone 8 a shot, now’s your chance! More info available here: http://s.htc.com/16xOttU
— If only Sprint would bring LTE out here
HTC recently announced that you the new HTC One Google Edition. It’s the same hardware as the HTC One, but it comes with a stock Android experience. The nicest part is that it’s already running Android v4.2 and is supposed to get upgrades as soon as they are released by Google. Rumor has it that there are already some leaked Android v4.3 builds out there. Check out the HTC One Google Edition here: http://s.htc.com/14lVfRM
— going to have to move to stock Android myself I think
BoomSound. Definitely my favorite feature of the HTC One. If you have not heard it yet, find someone with a One and listen. You won’t believe it at first. The sound that comes from the speakers with built-in amplifiers is unbelievable. The experience of getting full stereo sound from the speakers will spoil you. The next time your friend tries to make you listen to some song on his/her single tinny speaker on the back of their plastic pocket-warmer, you will be sad.
HTC’s BoomSound Commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QndUCcObGXM. There’s also a BoomSound simulator on the product page: http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-one.
Those of you who know me personally, and/or follow me on the other social networks, know that I am a bit of a metalhead. Heavy Metal + BoomSound = shattered faces. The downside to BoomSound? It doesn’t get very quite. Even on the lowest setting, everyone will here your phone in a quite room or office. But is that really a bad thing?
— Maybe Samsung will have some S-speakers on the S5, maybe.
There’s another new phone coming from HTC soon. It’s the HTC Desire 600 Dual-SIM. I don’t understand the Dual-SIM part, but I think it’s popular in Europe. It’s a smaller form-factor than the One, but has quite a few of the same features, including a quad-core processor, BlinkFeed, and BoomSound. More on the new device here: http://s.htc.com/11CwI7E
— I’m sticking with my One for now :)