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HTC Edge by April 2012 but Samsung, LG, Moto readying Tegra 3 rivals

HTC Edge by April 2012 but Samsung, LG, Moto readying Tegra 3 rivals

HTC's recently leaked Edge smartphone is expected to drop in March or April 2012 complete with NVIDIA's freshly confirmed Tegra 3 quadcore chipset, sources have suggested, but the company may be pipped to market by Tegra 3 handsets from Samsung, LG and Motorola. All three rival firms have already committed to using Tegra 3, DigiTimes' sources claim, while of course ASUS will use the new chipset in the Eee Pad Transformer Prime.

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HTC Edge leaks continue: NFC & iPhone-rivaling HD display

HTC Edge leaks continue: NFC & iPhone-rivaling HD display

Tidbits on the HTC Edge, the rumored quadcore smartphone that could potentially catapult HTC back to the top-spot in Android devices, continue to emerge after yesterday's leak. In addition to the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor - running at 1.5GHz, supposedly, and paired with 1GB of RAM - the Edge will supposedly include NFC, according to BGR. That's to go along with the 4.7-inch 720p HD S-LCD 2 display with optical lamination.

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HTC Edge images leaked, quad-core smartphone in the flesh

HTC Edge images leaked, quad-core smartphone in the flesh

In what appears to be images of a very real smartphone by the name of HTC Edge, we may well be seeing the first quad-core handset to hit the streets in the coming months. What this device represents is not only one of the first quad-core mobile devices to arrive in the world, but the first quad-core device to arrive for HTC as a manufacturer. One question that immediately comes to mind is how an HTC device would be running a quad-core chip when historically they've only used Qualcomm in the past and said processor manufacturer doesn't yet have an announced quad-core chip in the works - let's see how this all adds up.

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HTC may unveil LTE quad-core Edge at MWC

HTC may unveil LTE quad-core Edge at MWC

HTC is preparing to unveil a new high-end smartphone sporting NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor along with support for 4G LTE, according to a report by DigiTimes citing Chinese publication Commercial Times. The new device, believed to be the HTC Edge, won't make it to CES 2012, but should debut at Mobile World Congress in February with shipments by April.

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HTC P10110 smartphone clears FCC with WiFi, Bluetooth & EDGE (but no 3G)

HTC P10110 smartphone clears FCC with WiFi, Bluetooth & EDGE (but no 3G)

A new HTC smartphone, the HTC P10110, has shown up in the FCC's test database, though it prompts more questions than we have answers right now.  Thanks to a short-term confidentiality request the P10110's user-manual, test photos and other details are unknown; all we have to go on is the RF testing results themselves, which suggest the P10110 has WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth and GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/1900) connectivity.

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HTC Vive hands-on: That Valve VR wow-factor

HTC Vive hands-on: That Valve VR wow-factor

I’m going to be blunt with you, words can’t do justice to the experience of using HTC’s Vive virtual reality headset. There’s nothing quite like slipping into a virtual 3D world, as I did this week in a preview of Vive ahead of developer units shipping this spring. Cloistered in a room at the back of HTC’s Mobile World Congress stand, and with the reassuring voice of a Vive engineer whispering in my ear, I got to try out a number of demo apps and environments created for the platform by Valve and others, including the first announced title for SteamVR.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge hands-on: 2015’s hard-hitters

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge hands-on: 2015’s hard-hitters

You might want to sit down for this one: Samsung has, with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, finally built the Android smartphones we’ve been asking it for. Freshly announced at Mobile World Congress 2015 today, the new flagship pair also debut a new design language for the South Korean company, taking what was hinted at with the Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Note 4, and finally doing away with Samsung’s old plastic fetish in favor of metal, glass, and - in the case of the Galaxy S6 edge - double-curved AMOLED. Read on past the cut for my first-impressions.

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HTC Vive detailed: Valve’s VR headset team-up begins

HTC Vive detailed: Valve’s VR headset team-up begins

There's a Valve-centric VR headset coming from HTC this year, and it goes by the name Vive. That's HTC Vive, a new take on the virtual reality universe. A headset that works with what HTC and Valve describe as Full Room Scale. This device combines the massive gaming knowledge of Valve, the user base of Steam, and the manufacturing knowhow and high-end craftsmanship of HTC. Just like HTC was early to the game with smartphones with Android, they want to be in on Virtual Reality right this minute.

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HTC One M9 hands-on: Android goes luxe

HTC One M9 hands-on: Android goes luxe

The HTC One M9 is here, and it feels mighty familiar. The company’s new flagship, unveiled here at Mobile World Congress 2015, takes the premium metal unibody of its predecessor and slots in a new chip, new camera, and tweaks what has already proved to be a popular design. And, while it might be easy to discount the One M9 at first for being an evolution rather than a revolution compared to the phones that came before it, HTC’s argument is that such an approach is exactly the route it needs to take: refinement rather than replacement for its own sake. Read on for some first impressions.

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HTC delays Lollipop for carrier models of One M7 and M8

HTC delays Lollipop for carrier models of One M7 and M8

Rome wasn't built in a day, and some things take more than 90 days to make. After starting a new trend of transparency among manufacturers, HTC is now effectively breaking its 90-day guarantee. It has announced that it will take longer for carrier versions of its 2013 and 2014 One flagship to get their Android 5.0 dessert and it is explaining, though very briefly, why. And although one can't probably argue quality vs speed, some might ask why it took so long before HTC formally acknowledged the delay.

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