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HTC M4 vs HTC One: wait for Verizon, or wait even longer?

HTC M4 vs HTC One: wait for Verizon, or wait even longer?

As the HTC One is confirmed for Verizon here in the United States, so too has an "HTC One Mini" been all but confirmed by a set of leaked up-close photos. These photos are either the work of a hardware tester or an extremely dedicated mock-up artist - as we're inclined to believe the former, it's become apparent that a new choice must be made for those waiting for their favorite amalgamation of HTC and Android. Should you pick up an HTC One now, or does it make more sense to wait for the ever-so-slightly smaller HTC M4?

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HTC reportedly scraps 12″ Windows RT tablet plans (but 7″ still on the way)

HTC reportedly scraps 12″ Windows RT tablet plans (but 7″ still on the way)

HTC has reportedly axed plans to launch a 12-inch tablet running Windows RT, sources claim, after deciding demand for the slate would be insufficient, though a smaller version is still said to be on the roadmap. The unnamed 12-inch tablet was sidelined over fears that it would be too expensive, Bloomberg reports, with the components required adding up to too great a bill-of-materials to allow a competitive street price.

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HTC Desire 600 official: Dual-SIM Android with BoomSound and BlinkFeed

HTC Desire 600 official: Dual-SIM Android with BoomSound and BlinkFeed

HTC has revealed its latest Android smartphone, the HTC Desire 600, a midrange dual-SIM handset with a quadcore processor set to go on sale in June. Packing Qualcomm's 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 quadcore with 1GB of RAM, the Desire 600 has a 4.5-inch Super LCD2 qHD display and runs BlinkFeed - launched on the HTC One - on top of Android and HTC Sense. That means custom news stories, interspersed with Facebook and Twitter updates, right on the homescreen.

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GALAXY S 4 Google Edition made real with Vanilla Android

GALAXY S 4 Google Edition made real with Vanilla Android

This week Hugo Barra spoke up at Google I/O 2013 on the devices that make Android a unique and powerful system, including the HTC One and the Samsung GALAXY S 4. This introduction moved quickly to a Google Edition of the Samsung GALAXY S 4. This version of the device will be working on AT&T and T-Mobile 4G LTE with a 16GB internal storage and a vanilla flavoring of Android. This will be sold through the Google Play and will receive updates straight from the company.

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HTC One variant appears in code: Verizon may be brewing

HTC One variant appears in code: Verizon may be brewing

As the HTC One was released in review unit form earlier this year, it became apparent that a cross-carrier release in the USA wasn't as cut and dry as it first appeared. The largest carrier in the United States, Verizon Wireless, was tipped to be considering releasing the HTC One on their 4G LTE network not only breaking from their original passing on such a release, but with an unheard-of lack of additional branding. While the HTC-made DROID DNA still sits as Verizon's hero device by that manufacturer, a deeply embedded code leak discovered this month may be an indicator of Verizon's push to bring the HTC One to its ranks soon.

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HTC Chairwoman will donate tablets to young women in Southeast Asia

HTC Chairwoman will donate tablets to young women in Southeast Asia

HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang announced at a forum that she will be donating 100,000 tablets to young women in Southeast Asia. The tablets will be used to further the education of women throughout the region in hopes of promoting gender equality there. Wang made the announcement at a World Bank open forum held in Washington. The forum was called, "Equal Futures Partnership: From Promise to Progress".

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T-Mobile leaks suggest HTC One will be available on April 24th

T-Mobile leaks suggest HTC One will be available on April 24th

A leak from T-Mobile's planogram, as well as a leaked memo guide for employees, points to a April 24th release date for T-Mobile's HTC One. The leaks were discovered by TmoNews, and they suggest that not all T-Mobile stores will be carrying the HTC One during launch day, meaning there will be many disappointed and aggravated customers. The leak shows a memo directed at employees saying, "Review the attached store list to confirm if your store will be receiving the HTC One."

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