When we reviewed the HTC 10 in early 2016, we dubbed it the comeback we had been waiting for. HTC managed to address many of our complaints with the previous year’s One M9, while also making major refinements to features like BoomSound. Although it didn’t quite outdo the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, it surely gave consumers an excellent alternative to Samsung’s predictable flagship.
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Appropriately named after famous Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, the HTC Bolt is the first smartphone to support Sprint’s LTE Plus network, which promises unprecedented data speeds. But [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may have been recalled, but the explosive smartphone still has plenty of users out there, at least according to mobile research firm Apteligent. In the firm’s “2016 Mobile Year in Review” report, it claims that global use of Samsung’s phone is still higher than many high profile phones that have been recently launched.See also: Samsung brand escaped the Note 7 recall untainted, poll finds 4 weeks ago
The report, which takes a look at phones that were released in the second half of 2016, claims Note 7 usage has exceeded those of the LG V20, the HTC Bolt and the OnePlus 3T. However, other phones launched during that time, including [...]
The HTC 10 evo, the international version of the previously announced HTC Bolt, has officially been announced. Rumors about its reveal made the Internet rounds last week, thanks to a invite sent by HTC to a press event earlier today in Taiwan.See also: The Bolt is HTC’s new flagship for Sprint: we go hands-on 2 weeks ago
Aside from the name, the HTC 10 evo’s hardware specs are nearly identical to the Bolt, which is already available as an exclusive in the US via Sprint. One of the only differences between the two versions is that the HTC 10 evo will be available in 32GB and 64GB storage variants, versus just the 32GB option for the Bolt. The other difference [...]
HTC, the struggling manufacturer from Taiwan, has recently announced its latest smartphone called the Bolt. The device offers quite a bit of power and looks very similar to the HTC 10. Nevertheless, a lot of smartphone enthusiasts across the world weren’t happy when it launched. The reason for this is that the HTC Bolt is a Sprint-exclusive device, and will only be available in the US.
At least that was what we initially thought. According to the latest rumors, the device will eventually launch in other markets as well, under a different name. Well-known ROM developer@LlabTooFeR tweeted that the Bolt will be sold in the EMEA region — Europe, Middle East, and Africa — [...]