AT&T already launched the HTC One X+ back in November, and the device made a good amount of sales so far. This month AT&T is planning to launch its middle-spec cousin, the HTC One VX.
HTC One VX will launch during this week as an AT&T spokesperson announced that all channels (stores, agents, online) will be fully stocked with the new One VX by December 7th, No info about the price yet.
HTC has released the source code of its Verizon's monstrous phone DROID DNA on its developers website.
Naturally, the source code is based on Android 4.1, and should prove to be pretty useful for custom ROM developers. The code can be downloaded from HTC's own HTCDev site, which can be found as a source link below.
HTC Windows Phone 8X
"The Windows Phone 8X by HTC is our signature Windows Phone available at AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless in the U.S. With our focus on the Windows Phone 8X by HTC, the Windows Phone 8S is not currently planned for distribution in the U.S. market."
Also, Verizon's HTC Windows Phone 8X will be sold unlocked and it's compatible with whatever microSIM you may have from carriers around the globe.
HTC has just launched the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for the One X in Asia, the update is now available for "CID_038" and "CID_044" versions of the device around the world.
HTC Jelly Bean Update is 364MB in size and requires users to download а precursory 1.6 MB file, bringing the software to version 3.14.707.24 and then the regular Android 4.1.1 update process will begin. As you can see on the screenshots above, the software bump brings HTC Sense 4+, new landing page in the gallery as well as improved battery management.
The HTC One X owners bound to a carrier contract will have to wait probably to the beginning of next year to get the 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update. HTC One S will get the same Update before the end of this year.
Still trying to find a way out of the grievous situation HTC has found itself in, the smartphone manufacturer has now decided to try to build some much-needed brand recognition by opening its own retail stores, in similar fashion to what Apple and Microsoft are doing these days.
HTC, the Taiwanese smartphones manufacturer, still struggling with their low profits this quarter. HTC decided to build some much-needed brand recognition by opening its own retail stores, in similar fashion to what Apple and Microsoft are doing these days.
To cut the expanses a little, HTC will be going with the store-in-store model (See photos above). The company has already set up the first neat HTC area inside a Saturn store in Hamburg, Germany, and plans to continue opening such "sub-stores" around the world. The staff that's going to handle all the clients there will be trained by HTC itself.