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HTC: You wanted thin phones so we shelved big battery plans

HTC: You wanted thin phones so we shelved big battery plans

HTC has blamed a buyer obsession with slimline handsets for its decision to prioritize slimline smartphones over longer-lasting but chubbier devices. Speaking at HTC's Frequencies conference in Seattle today, HTC VP of portfolio strategy Bjorn Kilburn cited research the company had conducted in 2011 which suggested users preferred more compact models rather than those made thicker to accommodate a bigger battery.

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HTC One X and S bring an international choice to the USA

HTC One X and S bring an international choice to the USA

There's no denying that reviews of the HTC One series have been extremely favorable thus far, not least of all because both the HTC One X and HTC One S have extremely forward-thinking chips inside them. Now that the USA is about to get a dose of both of these hero phones, it's the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor that's squarely in the spotlight. With the HTC One X's international edition keeping the one NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor on a phone in the world, are we left with the Qualcomm build for the USA, or are we blessed with it?

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T-Mobile HTC One S dated and priced for success

T-Mobile HTC One S dated and priced for success

This week the T-Mobile version of the HTC One S has been both dated and priced, with $199.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. This price has been released in tangent with an April 25th release date, this making the Springtime an HTC One experience as the HTC One X for AT&T is about to be released as well here in the USA. The HTC One S for T-Mobile has been reviewed in full here on SlashGear for your perusal as well!

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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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