Announced to the world around three months ago, we have recently seen a very clear indication that HTC will be releasing its new One A9 into Malaysia soon. However, a rather interesting report has emerged today and pointed out not only the phone’s price tag but also its availability in our market.
It has been a good few months since HTC officially launched the One A9, and it seems like the device is set to arrive in Malaysia soon. Not too long ago, the One A9 has appeared on SIRIM; it seems like HTC Malaysia hasn’t forgotten about its fans here.
While other companies are readying their final, consumer ready VR headsets, HTC and Valve seems to not mind taking more time in developing their take on the consumer VR market. At CES 2016, HTC announced the Vive Pre, which will be the final prototype version of the VR headset.
We’ve previously reported on some of the leaks regarding HTC’s next device, the HTC One X9. The leak seemed too good to be true, and now all has become clear as the HTC One X9 has finally made its debut just before the start of 2016.
When it was first revealed to the world earlier this year, the HTC stated that its Vive virtual reality headset will made its way to consumer during the year-end festive season. Unfortunately, the season has arrived and the headset is still nowhere to be seen. True enough, consumers will only able to get their hands on […]
Just recently, HTC Malaysia has posted a rather intriguing teaser on its Facebook page. Beyond the vague message that “something exciting” is coming for Christmas, the teaser did not mention any particular device. However, things are a little clearer once we did a little searching on SIRIM.
It seems HTC isn’t quite done yet with its One M9 lineup. Joining the One M9 and M9+ is the M9s, which has just been launched in Taiwan. Essentially, the M9s is a combination of the two former devices with several downgrades here and there in terms of hardware.
Not long after the HTC One X9 was rumoured, it has now been registered on TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of SIRIM in Malaysia. Featuring an unspecified 2.2GHz octa-core processor and a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS display, the X9 is set to be a bigger – and more powerful – device than the One A9.
After it was first released in China and India around a year ago, the HTC One (M8 EYE) has finally made its way into Malaysia. We have no idea what actually stopped the company from releasing this particular smartphone in Malaysia for the past 12 months but it is certainly one of the longest delay […]
HTC’s new One A9 phone has received a lot of attention from the press; mainly due to how much it resembles the iPhone. It turns out that Jack Tong, president of HTC North Asia, is fed up with hearing that and thinks that it is Apple that copies HTC designs.
HTC seems to be putting a lot of emphasis on its latest device, the One A9. Introduced earlier today, HTC has mentioned that the One A9 will receive Android updates within 15 days of when the Nexus line receives the software; that’s pretty darn quick.
HTC One A9 Goes Official: All Metal Body, Snapdragon 617, Android Marshmallow, 13MP Camera, Hi-Res Audio and More
After tons of leaks made its way to the net which seemed to be quite accurate, the HTC One A9 is now finally official. Featuring the family’s signature all metal design, HTC stated that the new smartphone is designed for users that want “stunning design without compromising on style, performance or personalization”.
When the Stagefright vulnerability was first uncovered, many manufacturers quickly released security updates to patch the flaw. These include Google itself, LG, and even Samsung. They have even promised that security updates will be released on a monthly basis to patch any security issues that surface over time. HTC, on the other hand, has come out and […]
HTC recently sent out an invitation to an event happening on 20 October 2015. While the invite did not mention anything about what the company has planned, it is believed that HTC will launched the much rumoured HTC One A9 with the codename HTC Aero.
HTC recently launched a new mid-range phablet in China, the Desire 728. The device packs mediocre specs under its 5.5” display, and is priced at 1,699 Yuan – that’s about RM1,152.
The HTC One E9+ has finally landed in Malaysia. The device packs the best of the company’s flagship, HTC One M9+, but into a plastic shell and with a much more affordable price tag of RM1,899. We spent a couple of hours with the device, and here’s our first impression.
As expected, HTC has just launched the HTC One E9+, the plastic version of its flagship HTC One M9+, here in Malaysia. The device features high-end specs, and has a slightly more affordable price tag of RM1,899.
HTC has just launched a slew of Desire devices in the US. These include the Desire 626/626S, Desire 526, and Desire 520. Seeing how these devices are targeted at budget-conscious consumers, all of them are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor, which is an entry-level chipset.
We kind of knew this was coming when HTC unveiled the One E9+. Apparently, the Taiwanese company will be releasing the One E9 in China very soon. As expected, it’s a lower-end version of the E9+ with a more standard 1080p panel – the E9+ has a sharper 2K display.