HTC One is finally out.
Today, HTC Corporation finally introduced its newest flagship smartphone, HTC One. It was several weeks ago when the company announced its plans of building-up a new flagship phone as specs and images were leaked in the several websites.
HTC One is priding itself with a 4.7″ full HD 1080P screen with a resolution of 468 ppi. It also features a zero-gap aluminum unibody with a quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU, 32 GB or 64 GB of storage, and 2 GB of RAM. Additionally, it has a 2300 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and LTE.
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On Tuesday, a person familiar with Apple Inc.’s plans, said that the Cupertino-base tech giant has a 100-team performing tests on the rumored wristwatch device that is said to function some of the tasks that a computer does, as well as what the iPad and iPhone do too.
The 100-person team of Apple Inc. is composed of product designers, managers, hardware and software engineers, and members of the marketing group. The team was formed last year and is said to have worked on previous projects such as the iPad and iPhone.
The wristwatch-like device of Apple Inc. still remains to . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. to have a 100-people team for upcoming iWatch
BlackBerry Z10, the recently released smartphone from RIM, had its latest boost in stock after Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins stated that the new BB Z10 are off to a good start in Canada, its hometown.
On Wednesday, Heins noted in a keen statement that the new smartphones had a record-high on its very first day of release in Canada. BlackBerry Z10 sales surged to over fifty percent. This figure is better compared to any launches they had for BlackBerry phones in the same country. In the U.K., the demand is also high with its sales three times better compared . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 boosts in stock
Today, the Chief Executive Officer of tech giant Apple, Tim Cook has announced that LTE-enabled iPhone 5 would be routing to thirty-six new carriers the following week.
According to AppleInsider, the tech giant will unveil and introduce iPhone 5 equipped with 4G LTE with about thirty-six new carriers all over the globe on the last week of January. This is considered as an essential expansion to a lot of countries where data speeds that are super fast are currently not available.
According to Cook, in the present time, Apple has currently twenty-four carriers worldwide, providing LTE support for iPhone 5, . . . → Read More: Apple to launch 36 new carriers for LTE support
A former Chief Executive Officer says that Apple Inc. has to make renovations to its supply chain in order to sustain demand for inexpensive smartphones in emerging markets.
According to John Sculler, former chief executive officer, as the market for handsets, which includes the company’s iPhone, becomes overloaded in developed areas like Europe and U.S.A., the company will gradually depend on development in emerging markets and this includes India.
Furthermore, Sculley noted that Apple Inc. has to become accustomed to a very “different world” right now. The former CEO said that as the industry goes from $500 smartphones to even . . . → Read More: Apple Needs to Adapt to New Markets