We are seeing more and more interesting devices appear in SIRIM’s database. Joining the LG G4 and two 7-inch Asus ZenPad tablets spotted yesterday is the HTC One E9+. Unveiled in China about three months ago, it is essentially a slightly bigger HTC One M9+ with a few hardware changes.
Finally, HTC’s flagship smartphone for 2015 has arrived in Malaysia. But it isn’t the HTC One M9 that was announced at MWC 2015, instead, it’s a bigger and HTC says, a better version – the HTC One M9+ that was first unveiled in China in April 2015. We’ve been using the phone for several weeks […]
Valve has begun shipping the HTC Vive Developer Kit out to selected developers, but it is not yet done teasing everyone else about the VR headset. The company has made the setup guide included with the Developer Kit available for download online. It reveals quite a bit about the HTC Vive and how it will […]
That was quick, in just less than an hour after Google took the curtains off Android M, Jeff Gordon, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC Corp, shared on his Twitter account that the update will be coming to the company’s latest flagship devices and more.
It seems like HTC isn’t done rolling out more and more smartphones into the market yet. A plastic variant of the new HTC One M9+, dubbed the M9e, has been spotted on TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of SIRIM in Malaysia. Interestingly, this particular model will not retain the Duo Camera of the M9+.
The HTC One M9+ has finally been launched in Malaysia just last night. The device will go on sale officially starting tomorrow, 30 April 2015, and you can preorder it right now from our very own Storekini.com.
HTC Malaysia has made a surprising move by bringing the One M9+ to the country, instead of the One M9 that we saw back in MWC 2015 earlier this year. The M9+ was launched in China last month in a rather low-key announcement, but HTC is calling it a more powerful version – and in many […]
If you’ve been waiting for HTC to bring its latest flagship smartphone to Malaysia, your wait is over. The Taiwanese company is launching the HTC One M9+ in Malaysia later this evening, and according to our sources, it will be available for purchase starting 30 April 2015.
HTC fans who have been anticipating the HTC One M9 will have a very long wait ahead of them. Wayne Tang, Product Marketing Manager, HTC South Asia, has said that the HTC One M9+ is the only flagship coming to Malaysia, and that this is all part of a larger strategic plan.
Developers planning to work with the HTC Vive VR headset can now apply for the chance to receive one for free. The Valve-backed headsets will be shipping to developers in this spring, and will continue throughout the summer. It is expected that this means Valve will keep sending out new dev kits as more applications […]
28 April 2015 is looking to be a very busy day indeed. Just this morning, we received an invitation from Honor Malaysia to the launch of its two latest flagship devices in the country and now, here’s an invitation from HTC to the launch of its latest device and you might stand a chance to […]
Huawei seems to be releasing a slew of new devices today. Just this morning, the company announced its latest flagship, the P8. Unveiled alongside the flagship device is its phablet cousin, the aptly named P8max. Turns out, there is also a particularly interesting product that Huawei has also announced: a new magnetic leather case that is a […]
If you’ve been waiting to get your HTC Desire EYE, One E8 or even the relatively old Butterfly S updated, the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update is now available for these smartphones. Strangely enough, it is coming in from various countries, so it might take some time before Malaysian units get the update.
The HTC One M9’s camera performance has been under scrutiny for quite some time now. Thankfully, the Taiwanese company has released an update to rectify this issue. However, just how much of a difference does it make? A big one.
HTC has released multiple One smartphones in a rather short amount of time. Just yesterday, the company has announced the One M9+ and One E9+ for the Chinese market, which now join the HTC One M9. So how do these three One smartphones compare to each other?
HTC has taken the lid off its highly leaked One M9+; a super-sized version of its flagship One M9 that was announced not too long ago. The larger size allows for some variations in the specifications, although the most striking difference is the addition of the finger print sensor on the home button.
HTC just announced a refreshed One M8 for the European market – HTC One M8S, that features mid-range specs and of course, a much lower price tag.
After months of waiting, it looks like HTC One M7 users in Malaysia can now finally get a taste of Lollipop on their device. The update is now rolling out and if you’d like to get it, make sure you’re connected to Wi-Fi because the file size is pretty big.
Impressed by the HTC One E9 leak we saw early this month? HTC China has quietly published the HTC E9+ onto its official website, confirming the specs we saw earlier.