After comparing and contrasting Samsung’s Galaxy S5 with Sony’s Xperia Z2, the GS5 with last year’s S4, HTC’s One (M8) with the 2013 One and the S5 with the M8, it’s come down to this. The One (M8) against the Xperia Z2 for the final win. Two apparent dark horses for the top-shelf Android crown,
New HTC One
We recently spoke about Verizon offering a buy one get one (BOGO) offer on the new HTC One (M8). The carrier is now offering an even better deal, thanks to a new coupon code that has surfaced. Using the coupon VERIZON30 during check out can now fetch you the device for just $139.99 with a two year
When Samsung unveiled the somewhat underwhelming Galaxy S5, HTC brashly suggested buyer’s remorse will be coming soon to early adopters of the “next big thing”. They also promised competition will be “one-upped” by the sequel to the outstanding if not underrated 2013 HTC One, raising the bar of expectations way beyond the company’s real potential.
It’s only a matter of hours before HTC takes the stage to announce its latest flagship, the All New One, but it looks like one of the few publications that got early access to the device decided to upload their full hands-on review ahead of the official unveil. Well, given the insane amounts of leaks
Well this sucks. In a lot of ways. Not only is the new Gold HTC One going to be a Best Buy exclusive, only Verizon will be carrying it on March 25th. This means that customers of AT&T, Sprint, or T-Mobile who want the device mere hours after it’s introduced will have to wait a
It’s time to place your bets, ladies and gentlemen, on what new high-end Android smartphone you think will dominate sales for the remainder of 2014. Or at least until the second wave of launches comes, probably headlined by Google’s Nexus 6, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 and LG’s G3. So will it be the shoo-in favorite,