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TalkAndroid 07/17/2019 14:15
It looks like HTC might be revitalizing that phone for another run with the newly rumored Wildfire lineup of devices.
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Phandroid 07/17/2019 08:00
Earlier this month, we reported that HTC had enjoyed a pretty good month of June where thanks to the HTC U19e, it managed to nearly double HTC’s month-over-month revenue.
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Android Police 07/17/2019 06:00
The HTC Wildfire returns, at least in name, in four new phones rumored for release.
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Ausdroid 07/16/2019 18:00
For those with long memories the original HTC Wildfire was released in 2010 but with HTC’s fortunes flagging we have not seen any more of this little smartphone since.
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PhoneArena 07/16/2019 12:42
HTC is working on four Wildfire-branded phones, leaked images reveal.
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Android Authority 07/15/2019 09:55
HTC HTC announced a June 11 event last week, and the company has indeed revealed a new smartphone today.
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NDTV News (India) 07/08/2019 07:21
HTC is rolling out Android Pie for U11+ devices in Taiwan Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has reportedly just started rolling out the Android 9.0 Pie update for its U11+ smartphone.
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9to5Google 07/08/2019 04:23
HTC feels very much like a forgotten smartphone manufacturer.
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UploadVR 07/05/2019 09:52
HTC this week confirmed that the upcoming Vive Cosmos will support the existing official Vive Wireless Adapter.
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