HTC Debuts BREW-Based Phone with Sense
Today HTC announced a new phone that uses Qualcomm's BREW platform instead of Windows Mobile or Android. BREW is used by Verizon for a number of its feature phones and AT&T recently announced that it will begin to offer BREW-based phones. It is a lower-cost platform for mobile phones meant for the mass market. The Smart is a slab-style touch phone that features HTC's Sense user interface. Sense is a user interface overlay that HTC uses on both its Windows Mobile and Android devices. It provides a more intuitive way to interact with a phone. It runs on a 300MHz processor and has quad-band GSM/EDGE radios and 2100MHz 3G support. The touch screen measures 2.8 inches and has QVGA resolution. It also offers a 3 megapixel fixed focus camera with flash, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, a 3.5mm headset jack and support for microSD cards. The Smart will go on sale later this spring in Europe and Asian markets.
HTC Updates Lock Screen and Sense Home Apps
HTC has made updates available to its Lock Screen and Sense Home apps for the One M9 and other handsets. The Lock Screen gains a significant refresh thanks to Lollipop-style notifications, full-screen album artwork during music playback, and more detailed local weather information.
HTC Bringing the One M9+ to Europe
HTC today said it plans to expand availability of the One M9+ outside of Asia to select European markets. The One M9+ is a slightly larger version of the M9 that has different camera and processor configuration.
HTC U Ultra to Ship March 10
HTC has indicated via its web site that the U Ultra, the company's flagship handset for 2017, will begin shipping on March 10. The $750 smartphone comes in black, white, or blue, and features a 5.7-inch screen, Snapdragon 821 processor, 16-megapixel camera, and personalized sound profiles.
HTC U Ultra Is New, Glass-Backed Flagship Phone
HTC today announced its new flagship phone, the HTC U Ultra, along with a smaller version, the U Play. Both phones have a new design with colorful glass on the front and back, and a metal frame.
This makes me sad...
I thought BREW was a programming language...