HTC Exodus Design Possibly Teased By The Company

HTC confirmed earlier this year that it would be launching a new smartphone called Exodus. It would be different from the devices that the company has released so far. It would also be different from most of the devices on the market currently. The Exodus will be a blockchain smartphone. HTC has posted a new teaser online today which possibly gives us our first glimpse at this device’s design.

HTC Exodus Blockchain Smartphone Set For October 22 Announcement

Earlier this year HTC announced that they would be launching a smartphone called Exodus. While HTC launching new smartphones doesn’t come as a surprise, what made the Exodus interesting is the fact that it will be a blockchain smartphone (the same technology behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin).

HTC Reportedly Developing New Flagship Smartphone With 5G Support

It hasn’t been smooth sailing for HTC over the past few years. The company has been bleeding money and its market share has eroded. Even though it has made some good smartphones, customers don’t really seem to be interested in picking up HTC smartphones anymore. Amid rumors that HTC might exit the market entirely, it appears that the company is working on a new flagship smartphone with 5G support.

HTC U12 Life Officially Announced

#IFA18 – After hearing about the phone via rumors for the past few months, it looks like at IFA 2018 HTC has finally made the HTC U12 Life official. As per the rumors, the handset has been designed to be a mid-ranger, but that’s not a bad thing for those who are shopping with a smaller budget or who don’t really care so much about having the most powerful smartphone.


HTC Teases New ‘U’ Handset Announcement For August 30

We have been hearing rumors that HTC might have a new smartphone in the works in the form of HTC U12 Life. The handset has been rumored to launch in the fall, and it seems that this is something that HTC has hinted at. The company has posted a teaser image on its Twitter page where they tease a U-related announcement for the 30th of August.

HTC Vive Wireless Adapter Will Cost $300

The problem with virtual reality (VR) headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive is that they require to be tethered to a computer. This means that in terms of motion, users can end up feeling a bit restricted. Last year HTC and Intel unveiled a wireless prototype which would allow existing HTC Vive headsets to go wireless.

HTC Rumored To Stop Making Its Own Phones

It’s no secret that HTC has been having a rough time in the market. It has been bleeding money and market share. Even the launch of the HTC U12+ didn’t do much to change the company’s fortunes. Perhaps it’s thus not surprising to hear that the company might shift upcoming devices to the ODM model, meaning that it won’t make the smartphone itself.

HTC U12 Life Might Launch With Android 8.1 Oreo

With Android 9.0 Pie having been released, manufacturers are working to bring the update onto phones. In fact recently HTC themselves announced that they are working on the update for some of their flagship handsets. However it seems that for HTC’s upcoming HTC U12 Life that we’ve been hearing about, the phone might launch with Android 8.0 Oreo instead.

HTC Announces Which Of Its Phones Will Receive Android 9.0 Pie

With Essential having rolled out the Android 9.0 Pie update to the Essential Phone and with Huawei confirming that the update is in the works for their phones, we’re sure that there are many other Android users wondering about the status of their update on their device. For those who are using HTC, it seems that HTC has confirmed the update as well.

HTC To Launch ‘Exodus’ Blockchain Smartphone This Fall

HTC confirmed in May this year that it was developing a blockchain smartphone. The company has now revealed some more information about the device. HTC says that its blockchain smartphone is called Exodus and that it’s going to be released in the third quarter of this year. It has put up a website where those who are interested can sign up to receive more information as and when it becomes […]

HTC’s Sales Dropped By 68% In The Month Of June

The HTC U12+ was recently launched and in our review, we gave the handset a pretty good score. There were many things we liked about the phone, but unfortunately it seems that maybe not everyone did. According to a report from Reuters, it seems that HTC has experienced a sharp dip in sales for the month of June.

HTC Lays Off 1,500 Employees To Cut Costs

Things haven’t really been looking up for HTC in the past few years. The company has been bleeding money and even though it has made sincere efforts to turn things around, they haven’t really paid off. To that end, HTC today announced that it’s going to lay off an additional 1,500 employees from its manufacturing division in Taiwan to cut costs and try and restore the company to profitability.

HTC U12+ Review

The HTC U12+ was unveiled on May 23rd 2018 and was initially built for the High-end market. At publishing time, the HTC U12+ was priced at $799 USD. As such, it will compete with the best handsets available today, regardless of their prices (most likely on the subsidized market). We will update this article when we get the retail unit which will be suitable for benchmarks and final photo tests. For […]

HTC U12+ For The US Won’t Include Headphone Adapter

Given how we’re seeing more smartphone manufacturers drop the 3.5mm headphone jack, it’s not a surprise that the HTC U12+ has also done away with it as well. However what we’ve seen some companies do is throw in a dongle/adapter that lets users connect existing headphones via the micro USB/USB-C/Lightning port as an alternative.