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HTC Teases The New One Flagship Phone Ahead Of February 19 Event

HTC Teases The New One Flagship Phone Ahead Of February 19 Event
News from eu.techcrunch:

If I was a betting man, I’d bet that HTC was carefully trying to engineer some buzz around its new flagship Android smartphone for the U.S. market, the HTC One we’ve seen leaked plenty of times before. And now, the company has put together a promo page with a countdown timer for its February 19 event in NYC, which all but gives up the goose ahead of an official unveiling.

The page offers a special bonus whenever the timer ends in a “1″, flashing the number in green, which is itself a pretty solid indication that we’ll see a phone called simply the “HTC One” when it’s unveiled next week, but it also offers glimpses of an actual device every time it hits that count, too. These are ultra-zoomed in looks with a blurred filter effect, but it’s still fairly easy to get an idea of what parts of the phone, including the side edge, rear and front case might look like. It’s not surprise that in general, what HTC is showing off resembles very closely what we’ve seen in the latest leaks, including the

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HTC WINDOWS PHONE 8S: Now for something fresh
News from Financial Express:

Perhaps it was the sleek look of the phone in my hands, or the lightness I felt when I lifted it, or maybe it was the anticipation of finally using Windows 8 on a phone, but when HTC’s Windows Phone 8S came for review, I was excited beyond reason. In my experience, I have found that this excitement is often premature—sleek looks often cover an average processor, or a new, much-hyped OS fails to deliver—but I was pleasantly surprised to find that my continued use of the Windows Phone 8S met with none of these disappointments.

The 8S is one of the most eye-catching phones in the market, with a 4-inch capacitive multi-touch screen bordered at the bottom by a bright panel (colours ranging from red, grey and blue) which has three of the six physical buttons the phone provides. With the Back button, Home button and Search button on the panel, a camera button and volume keys on the right side and a lock button on top, the 8S has the perfect combination of touch screen and physical buttons. The curved back also adds a stylish and refreshing touch at a time when most phones are going the block-look way. And it really is light, weighing a mere 113 grams, so much so that my iPhone 4 felt downright heavy in comparison. It did take a little figuring out that it was the coloured panel at the bottom that slid out to house the micro-SIM card, though.

But that’s enough about

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