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Submitted by Vishaka 546d ago | news

HTC One is an iPhone 5 running an Android OS with a Windows Phone skin. It's an interesting mix

mobotalks: HTC unveiled its newest flagship phone, the HTC One at a special press event in NYC and London today,With The HTC One Launch, HTC Tries Apple Tactics To Challenge Samsung’s Android Dominance (Android, Gadgets, HTC, iPhone, Phones)

gunnerforlife  +   545d ago
LOL i bet you anything Apple lawyers are rubbing their hands after this announcemnt.
KingPin  +   545d ago
actually Apple and HTC have come to some sort of agreement regarding phones.

it was the same contract that Samsung wanted to look at regarding which tech Apple were willing to share with HTC after stating clearly that they (Apple) will never share tech.

i dont think there will be anything from apples side this time, but Microsoft might. you never know.

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