HTC gives up chasing specs in favour of distinctive ‘squeezable’ sides
The squeezable phone is back, with HTC's latest flagship smartphone offering quirky features and dual cameras for £699.
The U12 Life has a 6in, Full HD+ screen, stereo speakers, and a big battery for its budget price tag.
The squeezable phones come with Android Oreo, Bluetooth 5.0 and hi-res audio support. The Life is priced at £350, the Plus comes in at £700.
The deal will see a number of HTC employees, many of whom already develop Google's Pixel smartphones, make the permanent move to Google's hardware team...
The U11 deletes a headphone socket in favour of a USB-C port, has a HDR-supported camera and 4GB of RAM.
HTC's new flagship smartphone has been completely redesigned from the ground up, with a big focus on audio performance, including a new BoomSound speaker design, the ability to personalise your audio and new hi-res headphones...
MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) audio will make its debut on a number of playback systems and online streaming and music stores during 2016.
The HTC M10 is likely to be the new HTC phone - we'll find out for sure via an online stream on 12th April.
As gorgeous on the inside as it is on the out, the One M8 doesn’t put a foot wrong, which makes it a very desirable handset indeed
HTC is holding fire on releasing its new flagship phone at Mobile World Congress, instead showing-off big-screen midrange options with high-end styling
Mobile World Congress (MWC) has drawn to a close for another year, with HTC, Samsung and Sony launching new phones and tablets, Dolby and HTC showing off new virtual reality headsets, plus new headphones and more