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First Windows Phone 8 GDR2 to be the HTC Tiara

First Windows Phone 8 GDR2 to be the HTC Tiara

HTC just announced its 2013 Android flagship smartphone, the HTC One, which is also HTC's trump card in getting itself out of its financial rut. However, if the sales of the HTC One doesn't go as successfully as planned, HTC's going to find itself in a lot of trouble. HTC, however, has a contingency plan, and while it won't launch the company to financial bliss, it will serve as a cushion until the company figures out what to do next.

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HTC One benchmarks: off the charts

HTC One benchmarks: off the charts

This week we've had the opportunity to have a look at the new HTC One with not only a collection of hands-on experiences, but with processor benchmarking as well. Using the standard Quadrant Benchmark test here we're finding that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor is blowing up the charts, destroying the previous high-mark in the basic readout by more than double - those tiny towers on the left are what's left of the original HTC One X, the ASUS Transformer Prim TF201 (with a Tegra 3 processor), and some lesser beings. Even compared with the Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core SoC running on the Google Nexus 4 only reaches nearly 5000 as a final score in Quadrant - the HTC One reaches 12,417!

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HTC One vs HTC One X vs One X+

HTC One vs HTC One X vs One X+

Today the HTC One was introduced to the public, complete with a total overhaul of what it means to bring an HTC device to the market - but is it all that different from the HTC One X released last year? And what about the HTC One X+? Here in the first quarter of 2013 we've got an HTC battle on out hands - and it's really, really pretty!

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HTC One official: 4.7-inch Android with 4MP “UltraPixel” magic

HTC One official: 4.7-inch Android with 4MP “UltraPixel” magic

The HTC One is here, a new Android flagship wrapping the innovation we've known HTC for up in a sleek all-metal chassis with no compromise on specifications. A 4.7-inch Full HD smartphone packing a 1.7GHz quadcore Snapdragon 600 processor, beautiful crafting, and a slick new version of HTC Sense, it'll begin its global roll-out in March 2013. There are some quirks on the spec-sheet, though, not least the "UltraPixel" camera with its 4-megapixel-equivalent resolution but which, HTC insists, is far more suited to the sort of everyday photography common among most users, and the "Zoe" system which blends stills and videos. In short, it's the super-phone HTC is counting on to turn around its fortunes in 2013.

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HTC One leaks in black with carrier pricing

HTC One leaks in black with carrier pricing

This week the HTC One has leaked once again, this time in a lovely black iteration complete with price points on three of the top four major carriers in the United States. This bodes well for the manufacturer as their launch with the HTC One X and HTC One S from a bit less than a year ago ended up not doing as well as they'd expected, largely due to carrier exclusives - rather than the wide release we're seeing here, that is. Will this be HTC's return to prominence with a single smartphone to rule them all?

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HTC teases something new, most likely the M7

HTC teases something new, most likely the M7

We're getting ever so closer to Mobile World Congress, which is set to begin later this month. All of the big Android device manufacturers will be their touting their new smartphones, tablets, what have you. However, HTC is planning their own little shindig a bit earlier on February 19. Today HTC's German division is teasing us with what is possibly a small peak into what they have brewing for the upcoming event, and we think it's the M7 that everyone's talking about.

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HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

It would appear that HTC has sprung a bit of a leak ahead of their February 19th event that'll likely play host to the devices we've seen today, including first and foremost the HTC M7! While the details surrounding the M7 are still largely unknown, a video has surfaced of none other than HTC's CEO Peter Chou showing the device off to a crowd of users at the HTC Year-End Party in Taipei, going on to help the party chant "M7! M7! M7!" while he takes photos with the smartphone itself.

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