Android OS powered phones are available in wide range of variety, like you can get a high-end Android phone as well as a mid-range powered phone too, all depends on your budget. High-end comes with everything latest and they are always running on the latest OS version, and mid-range devices are sometimes missing it. Continue reading “Android 2.3 hits Sprint HTC EVO Shift 4G”
We are hearing about the HTC Merge from last year and we have seen a lot of leaked screenshots of it, and HTC officially announced it back in February. As it’s a CDMA device, we were assuming that it will hit either Sprint or Verizon, and we first saw it with Verizon Wireless branding but it looks like the device is now going to hit US Cellular, because they officially announced it. Continue reading “US Cellular officially launches HTC Merge, price and release date confirmed”
Recently, we told you that HTC is now rolling out Android 2.3 for HTC Desire HD and Incredible S. Both devices are amazing and Gingerbread will make the experience even better Continue reading “Desire Z will also receive Gingerbread, says HTC”
Screen Technologies! After monochromatic displays, we had LCDs for a long time, then all of a sudden, we seem to be bombarded by new technologies. OLED, AMOLED, Super-LCD, Super-AMOLED, Clear Black Display, LED, 3D, Retina Display… there are so many we can’t even begin to wrap our heads around.
In this post, we will show you a few pictures to compare the Super LCD display on the HTC Desire Z and the AMOLED Clear Black Display on the Nokia E7.
Ever since the advent of the iPhone in 2007, the mobile landscape changed drastically, with buttons and keys no longer exciting, and mobiles moving more and more towards minimalist designs with as little physical buttons as possible. The form factor that has suffered from this shift, is the communicator-like style: with a big screen and a full QWERTY keyboard, these devices that were always considered the epitome of mobility, are now looked at as bulky, heavy and more fragile offers.
However, 2 recent devices have set out to change the public’s perception on full-QWERTY devices: the Nokia E7 with its solid design, and the Desire Z with its relatively compact size. How do they compare to each other? Follow us after the break to find out.
HTC Desire is known as one of the famous and most selling Android devices of all time. It was launched by HTC last year in February after the launch of Nexus One. As the Nexus One is a Google phone, it always gets the updates before any other Android phone. Nexus One is already running on Gingerbread, where as the HTC Desire users are looking forward it from a long time now. Continue reading “HTC Desire getting Gingerbread this month”
A few months ago, HTC launched two flagship phones known as HTC Desire HD and Desire Z. Desire HD is also known as GSM version of EVO 4G, whereas Desire Z is Global version of T-Mobile G2. Continue reading “HTC rolling out system update for HTC Desire HD and Desire Z”
Remember the HTC Knight we saw a few months ago, and we heard that the phone is coming to Sprint, and it will be Sprint version of HTC Desire Z. The first real picture of the HTC Knight has been leaked, and we can see that the front buttons of the phone are just like the HTC EVO 4G, but the screen is small as compared to EVO. Continue reading “Sprint HTC EVO Shift image leaked!”
Did you miss the chance to pre-order the T-Mobile G2, then there is a better and a quick way to get it. Engadget got their hands on a leaked RadioShack flyer, which is showing that the RadioShack will be the first one to bring the T-Mobile G2 in USA, because they are bringing the T-Mobile G2 in their stores on October 3rd, which is three days earlier than T-Mobile and others. As you can see in the image above, the phone is going for $149.99 with a 2-yr agreement with a $30 data feature. So anyone getting the US HTC Desire Z from The Shack on October 3rd? If you are dying for the G2 then this is the best deal for you !
If you got your hands on the new October Best Buy Buyer’s Guide, then you may have seen the T-Mobile G2 in coming soon mobile section, but if you don’t know what I am talking about, then have a look on the image above, which is showing that T-Mobile G2 is around the Continue reading “T-Mobile G2 coming to Best Buy on October 10th?”
HTC Desire Z will run on the Android 2.1 operating system which can be later upgraded to Android 2.2 OS. Other features are its 3.7 inch touchscreen display with slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
We have already seen the leaked pics of HTC Desire Z, but the confirmed specs of this device was recently posted at mobile.co.uk. HTC Desire Z will run on the Android 2.1 operating system which can be later upgraded to the Android 2.2 OS. Other features include the 3.7 inch touchscreen display with slide-out QWERTY keyboard. This handset may come with an 8 megapixel camera and HD (720p) video recording capabilities. HTC Desire Z is expected to launch on September 15. Check out the specs below.