HTC One S

T-Mobile’s Carly drops the cute act – dressed in black for brand makeover

T-Mobile’s Carly drops the cute act – dressed in black for brand makeover

After T-Mobile's failed attempts to merge with AT&T they are looking to make some noise in the market and let everyone know they are here to stay. In what we are hearing is a "brand makeover" T-Mobile and their always attractive Carly Foulkes are dropping the cute and nice act in favor of “No More Mr. Nice Girl.” That will be their new tagline as Carly dresses in black leather with her shiny Ducati street bike.

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Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One series: the future war

Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One series: the future war

This Summer's biggest decision for top-tier smartphone customers looking to switch up to the best of the best will be which of the two they'll be choosing: a member of the HTC One family or the inevitable Samsung Galaxy S III. At the moment there's a bit of a block in the way of deciding as the Galaxy S III has not yet been detailed, only having leaks and whispers of details released thus far. On the other hand, Samsung has released a massive amount of smartphones (and tablets) since the last hero in the Galaxy S II, and much is to be gleaned and used in a preview-sort of decision right now before the HTC One series is released in the USA as well.

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HTC One X and S USA release editions snapped

HTC One X and S USA release editions snapped

Both AT&T and T-Mobile will soon be getting their HTC One devices in if the leaked images showing up today have anything to say about it. What we're seeing here today is the HTC One X in its pearly white coating with the AT&T symbol shining above the display in a photo from Wireless Goodness - along with its Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor in place of the NVIDIA Tegra 3 it's packing overseas. Then we're seeing a T-Mobile HTC One S, appearing here in benchmarks to be basically only a hair different from its international edition, Quadrant numbers and all!

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HTC One S vs iPhone 4S Hands-on Part 1

HTC One S vs iPhone 4S Hands-on Part 1

This week we've had ample time to show you everything there is to know about the Android-based HTC One series in the HTC One X and the unit we're looking at today vs the iPhone 4S: the HTC One S. The HTC One S is much more comparable to the iPhone 4S than the X is because of several simple factors: the screen size at 4.3-inches is much closer to the iPhone 4S's 3.5-inches than the X's massive 4.7-inches, the S has a dual-core processor like the Apple-made iPhone 4S rather than the X's quad-core, and their overall chassis size is much more similar to one another than the X. That said, let's have a peek at how these two kings of their own mobile OS's fair against one another.

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Dire HTC Q1 masks rallying revenues

Dire HTC Q1 masks rallying revenues

HTC may have warned of dire Q1 2012 financial results on the horizon, but the smartphone company may also be planning to stage a phoenix-from-the-ashes return to form according to the latest monthly sales stats. Although all eyes have been on the company's 35-percent revenue slump forecast for the first three months of this year, according to the month-by-month sales figures revenues rose over 50-percent in March, part of an upward trend from the beginning of 2012.

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HTC One on sale now: Roundup

HTC One on sale now: Roundup

It's been a big week for Android - and specifically for HTC - with the new HTC One X and One S braving reviewers, being found (for the most part) impressive, and hitting store shelves. UK carriers have begun offering the two new Ice Cream Sandwich handsets priced from free with new agreements, while SIM-free models have already begun shipping out to arrive with pre-order customers. There's plenty of excitement around what's become a significant relaunch for HTC, so read on for all the details you need to know.

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Hands-on with HTC One’s Android 4.0 ICS experience

Hands-on with HTC One’s Android 4.0 ICS experience

We're having a fabulous time taking an extended look at the HTC One lineup (or two thirds of that lineup, at least), this week complete with HTC's user interface Sense 4.0 made specifically for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What we're going to do here is take another look at Sense and what it means for the HTC lineup through 2012. Will Ice Cream Sandwich play a big part in providing HTC what it needs to reclaim the kingship it once had of the Android landscape? We think so!

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HTC One Series April 5 release: Best Deal Roundup

HTC One Series April 5 release: Best Deal Roundup

The HTC One X and One S made their European debut on Monday, impressing us here at SlashGear as well as reviewers across the internet. The phones are expected to ship from retailers tomorrow, and the UK carriers have announced their pricing plans for the handsets. We’ve rounded up all the necessary information, so head on past the jump if you’re interested in picking up either handset and want the best deal. Continue Reading

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