HTC offers customers of its smartphones with free Google Drive storage to get them started on cloud services. Flagships like the One M8, the One Max as well as the recently launched One Remix were offered with 50GB of cloud storage. But now, HTC has decided to double the amount of free storage offered to users,
Verizon has finally broken the silence and announced the HTC One Remix smartphone, with availability commencing tomorrow. The handset will set you back by $99.99 on a two year contract and is also available through Verizon Edge for upgrading customers. The smartphone is nothing but a renamed version of the HTC One Mini 2 and
Last month, we saw HTC filing trademark for the One Remix moniker hinting that a handset carrying the name would surface soon. It was also revealed that the device would break cover via Verizon. And now, a press render of the said smartphone has been leaked out by the same source, thus confirming its authenticity.