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HTC One X detailed

HTC One X detailed

HTC's One X/Edge/Endeavor flagship continues to spill its secrets ahead of its expected MWC 2012 debut, with the Android smartphone tipped to do the impossible and deliver a super-slim handset that's still has premium construction. While HTC's rivals have flirted with thin designs, such as the Galaxy S II and the DROID RAZR, the HTC One X is going to show them how to do it properly, according to Modaco's sources, being both slimline and delivering HTC's traditional quality. Plenty more details after the cut.

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HTC One X and One S coming to MWC

HTC One X and One S coming to MWC

Official branding for HTC's Mobile World Congress smartphone line-up has emerged, suggesting that the quadcore device codenamed Edge/Endeavor will launch as the HTC One X, while the dualcore Ville will be the HTC One S. Insiders confirmed the impending One X branding to Pocketnow for HTC's flagship, fitting with information SlashGear has heard independently about the mid-tier Ville's launch name.

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HTC streaming Spotify rival tipped

HTC streaming Spotify rival tipped

HTC could take on Spotify and Pandora with a streaming music service for its mobile devices, sources indicate, building on its Beats Audio investment with more unique features to differentiate its smartphones. The company is working with music producer and Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine on the unnamed streaming service, GigaOm's sources claim, in addition to new music-centric hardware such as Bluetooth-connected speakers that might debut as soon as Mobile World Congress later this month.

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HTC Endeavor ROM hints at HTC Speak potential Siri rival

HTC Endeavor ROM hints at HTC Speak potential Siri rival

The HTC Endeavor continues to give up its secrets, with diagrams of the upcoming smartphone along with hints of an "HTC Speak" potential Siri-rival being dragged from the leaked ROM. Curiously, although the quadcore Tegra 3 based Endeavor is believed to be the same as the HTC Edge, the graphics used in the ROM as part of the SIM-insertion sequence show the angular Android device leaked last week. Meanwhile, HDBlog's digging has apparently unearthed a movie editing app - and not the regular Google one - along with HTC Speak, a voice command system.

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HTC Endeavor leak spills Sense 4.0 secrets

HTC Endeavor leak spills Sense 4.0 secrets

Details on the HTC Endeavor have emerged this weekend, after a ROM for the Android smartphone - believed to be the same device as the HTC Edge - revealed it as a Tegra 3 powered 4.7-inch superphone with an 8-megapixel camera. The ROM was turned up at xda-developers, detailing Android 4.0.3 and Sense 4.0 along with NFC and Beats Audio; then HTC-Hub did some digging, pulling out screenshots of exactly what we have to expect from the newest iteration of HTC's UI.

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HTC Android 4.0 phone shows up with Incredible styling

HTC Android 4.0 phone shows up with Incredible styling

A new HTC smartphone running Android 4.0 has leaked, packing LTE, a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and, supposedly, an AMOLED display. The unnamed handset, which is presumably headed to the US market considering the 4G support onboard, may well be the HTC DROID Incredible 3 phoneArena speculates, given the angular rear panel is reminiscent of the original Incredible and Incredible 2.

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HTC increasing Tegra 3 focus as mobile stakes rise

HTC increasing Tegra 3 focus as mobile stakes rise

HTC's increasing reluctance to commit solely to Qualcomm chipsets in its devices and instead look to NVIDIA and others is gaining momentum, with further signs that Tegra 3 is set to feature in HTC devices in the first half of this year. Shipments of the quad-core chip are tipped to explode in early 2012, DigiTimes' sources claim, with "increasing cooperation with NVIDIA" expected to result in a Tegra 3 based HTC Edge and likely more.

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HTC forms Studio for Hero Device makeover

HTC forms Studio for Hero Device makeover

HTC has formed a new Studio division to helm its "Hero Device" strategy for 2012, reporting directly to CEO Peter Chou and comprising design, engineering and software specialists with a relatively blank slate on components. Revealed by chief financial officer Winston Yung during HTC's financial results call yesterday, Unwired View reports, the Studio could well look beyond the company's current chipset relationship with Qualcomm, among other changes. Yung had conceded that HTC's 2011 range fell short, with LTE devices proving oversized and under-performing on battery life.

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HTC reports dire Q4 2011 with worse to come

HTC reports dire Q4 2011 with worse to come

HTC had done its best to set expectations low for its Q4 2011 financial results, and with good reason: the smartphone company saw revenue and margins slump, and expects little good news in the short-term. Revenue for the three month period fell 2.49-percent year-on-year and over a quarter from Q3, to NT$101.42bn ($3.44bn), the company has announced today [pdf link], with profit ditching almost 12-percent year-on-year to NT$27.5bn ($933m).

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