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HTC EVO 4G LTE Photo Tour: New Orleans, CTIA 2012

HTC EVO 4G LTE Photo Tour: New Orleans, CTIA 2012

This week at CTIA 2012, HTC is taking the press on a tour of New Orleans as they allow us a look at the next hero phone with an HTC ImageSense chip onboard: the HTC EVO 4G LTE. This device is roughly similar in size to the HTC One X, has a black, red, and gray color scheme, and comes with no less than the last embedded kickstand on earth. What HTC is doing today is proving the power of this device's 8 megapixel camera, 1080p video capabilities, and HTC ImageSense chip onboard the next big EVO to hit the market. The following post's gallery of images is being updated throughout the night on May 9th, 2012 at this live bus tour event. Stick around for more!

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HTC One X Review (AT&T)

HTC One X Review (AT&T)

AT&T hasn't wasted any time getting HTC's new flagship, the One X, onto its network, though the US version of the smartphone has seen a few changes along the way. We've already comprehensively reviewed the One X in European, quadcore form, running NVIDIA's Tegra 3, but the AT&T model borrows the dualcore Qualcomm S4 from its smaller One S sibling and pairs it with LTE connectivity. Could this be the best variant of HTC's 2012 line-up so far? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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HTC Media Link HD Hands-on

HTC Media Link HD Hands-on

The hero series of HTC devices known as HTC One has its wireless partner up and running this week and we're taking a look at it first-hand: the HTC Media Link HD is here in all its glory. This dongle was described when the HTC One series was first announced all the way over in Barcelona and comes this week in as simple a form as expected - it's just a little black box. At the bottom end (below the HTC logo) you'll find a microUSB and a full-sized HDMI port, it's connections to your HTC One series phone entirely wireless.

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HTC One V Review

HTC One V Review

While the HTC One X and One S are hogging the limelight with their mix of raw performance and excellent build quality, there’s One more phone in the series that we need to turn our attention to. The HTC One V won’t impress anybody with its spec sheet, but part of HTC’s 2012 strategy is a renewed focus on not just the mid- and high-end of the market, but also the initial point of entry, the affordable smartphone. That doesn’t mean HTC has neglected the software: Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.0 are on this budget offering just like the big brothers. Does the HTC One V strike a balance between hardware, software, and affordability? Let’s find out.

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HTC One V launch date confirmed

HTC One V launch date confirmed

If the HTC One X and One S are just a little bit out of your price range, then HTC has you covered with the One V. It’s not packing a lot of power in terms of specs, but the hardware and software experience aren’t too far removed from what you would get with the more expensive phones. Carphone Warehouse has just announced pricing and availability information for the One V in the UK.

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HTC One V First Impressions

HTC One V First Impressions

The HTC One V went on sale in Taiwan last week, we saw some pricing information announced for UK carriers today, and now HTC has decided to drop us a review unit. The HTC One V is the budget handset in the new One series, with entry level specs: a 3.7-inch 800x480 S-LCD display, 1Ghz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and a five megapixel camera.

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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 S Review

HTC One S Review

The HTC One S may slot into the midrange in the company's 2012 line-up, but HTC knows that it needs more than just average if it wants to reclaim its position in the smartphone segment. To do that, the One S delivers a slimline metal casing and ticks the big consumer draw elements of camera, screen and speed, with 8-megapixels, a crisp AMOLED display and 1.5GHz dual-core chipset brought out to play. Question is, does the One S deliver enough to distract from the heavyweight of the mainstream models, Apple's iPhone 4? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HTC One X Review

HTC One X Review

HTC needed to hit reset on its smartphone strategy. Lulled, perhaps, by several years of leading the Android device market, 2011 brought an incredibly strong push by Samsung and a growing mismatch between the agile software users desired and the bloated, over-stylized interface of HTC Sense. The HTC One X - and the One Series it leads - is the first of the company's attempt to reclaim its former position, a Tegra 3 toting powerhouse with a big screen, boastful camera and slick design. Still with the specter of the Samsung Galaxy S III on the near horizon, not to mention Apple's iPhone 5, the One X needs to do more than storm the spec sheet if it's to make the impact HTC requires. Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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