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AT&T announces Galaxy S4 pricing; 16GB for $200, 32GB for $250

AT&T announces Galaxy S4 pricing; 16GB for $200, 32GB for $250

Image Credit: Engadget Just one day after AT&T announced pricing and availability for HTC’s flagship One phone, the company released similar information for the Samsung Galaxy S4. AT&T originally indicated the S4 would retail for $250, though that price point is reserved for the higher-capacity 32GB version of the device. A 16GB S4 will also…

AT&T to launch the HTC One on April 19th starting at $200 for 32GB (Update: Sprint too)

AT&T to launch the HTC One on April 19th starting at $200 for 32GB (Update: Sprint too)

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HTC retires “Quietly Brilliant,” gets bold in new advertising campaign

HTC retires "Quietly Brilliant," gets bold in new advertising campaign

The HTC One is arguably the best phone of 2013. While no other Android phone to date has matched the beauty and build quality of Apple’s iPhone, the HTC One finally brings Android hardware up to par. The HTC One is bold, which is more than what can be said of HTC’s advertising efforts in…

HTC One facing delays due to component shortages

HTC One facing delays due to component shortages

The One was supposed to be HTC’s saving grace. HTC’s latest flagship was well received by early reviewers, with many already calling the One the best smartphone of 2013. The company’s been down this road before with the One X of 2012, but despite a premium and well-reviewed product, Samsung’s Galaxy S III sold over…

LG ad attempts to steal the spotlight from Samsung’s Galaxy S IV

LG ad attempts to steal the spotlight from Samsung's Galaxy S IV

When it comes to Android smartphones, Samsung is the undisputed king of the hill. Companies like HTC, Motorola, Sony and others are releasing devices with specs and features that mirror the Galaxy line of devices, though in the end, more consumers choose the Galaxy over any other Android handset. This trend has largely been attributed…

For HTC, the time for action is now as sales approach pre-Android levels

For HTC, the time for action is now as sales approach pre-Android levels

The HTC One, which the company unveiled back on February 19th, is likely to be the best Android phone of the first half of 2013. HTC has been in this position before; the HTC One X and subsequent One X+ were both widely heralded smartphones, made from top-notch materials which gave the device a premium…

HTC launching the One today, will be DOA unless they can market it

HTC launching the One today, will be DOA unless they can market it

Today, HTC will unveil the HTC One, their latest superphone geared toward the high-end of the smartphone market. It’ll be pretty, powerful (we’ll bring you specs and a roundup of first impressions once the device launches), and many an Android enthusiast will likely be blown away by the device in total. But unless HTC decides…

5 Reasons a Facebook Phone doesn’t make sense

5 Reasons a Facebook Phone doesn’t make sense

New rumors are emerging today about the HTC Myst (via: HTC Source), the latest “Facebook Phone” being developed by Facebook and HTC. To squash the rumors entirely from the outset, it makes absolutely no sense for Facebook to make a phone, and we have no reason to believe they’re looking to get in that game at…

HTC’s plans for growth in 2013? It’s the emerging markets, stupid!

HTC's plans for growth in 2013? It's the emerging markets, stupid!

HTC was once a name synonymous with Android. From the original days of the G1, MyTouch, and Google’s first Nexus phone (the appropriately named Nexus One), the very first purchasers of Android smartphones likely owned an HTC device at some point, and the future was extremely bright for a previously small player in the smartphone…

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