The new HTC ONE : Metal Design.
Facebook has launched a standard android home screen launcher with a few tweaks, ‘Cover Feed’ and ‘Chat Heads’ are the main focus as of now, Facebook may add other apps meshed up with this launcher in further updates which it says will update once every month. ‘Cover Feed’ is the News feed reimagined for mobile world and ‘Chat Heads’ brings a system wide messaging system to the device rather than confined inside an app. Initially the app launchef would be available for selected few devices running ICS or JB. The launcher will hit the play store on 12th of April.
Now, it is to be seen whether it will take off or die.
HTC One - The new HTC flagship, love this device.
It feels very iterative. It looks a lot like the Galaxy S III. We were pleased to see no innovation in the design itself.
Full of Bullshit features!
Who really needs
S Voice Drive
Don’t forget the S View Cover!
HTC is acting in the very same way, Nokia did in Feb 2010 when they bet the company’s future on WindowsPhone 7 mobile platform. The OS was very new, although critic reviews were nice, it was yet to gain a substantial market share and now everybody knows what happened to Nokia. HTC is also in a bad shape and instead of going through a transformative phase, they are going with the easy marketing dollars promised by Microsoft. Windows RT is in the very same shape Windows phone 7 was when Nokia bet its Smartphone future, HTC is falling into the very same footsteps. Windows RT has no app ecosystem, it isn’t Windows 8, it’s Office functionality is mediocre. Microsoft has its own hardware offering in the name of ‘Surface’ that has not got all the positive reviews that is a big competitors to all Windows RT tablets. HTC will bring the value of its brand further down with this dickish move, this product is a ‘Dead on Arrival’, but because i love HTC for their Sense (no pun intended) of design, Best of Luck.
Timing Is Everything
Steve Jobs, 2003:
Mark Zuckerberg, 2012:
Google also denied that they would be entering into phone business in 2005 when they bought Android.