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Citing a less-than-desired user experience, HTC details the reasoning for leaving the Desire HD at 2.3.
HTC may be stepping on a few toes with this one, but Telus Canada has just released a document, that shows the Desire HD ICS update has been cancelled. The
Dual-SIM phones are very popular nowadays, and it seems that HTC also wants to hop in and launch some devices with the capability. Actually, dual-SIM devices are very appealing in
Aimed at Europe’s first-time smartphone buyers, the Desire C offers a wallet-friendly Android 4.0 experience.
HTC was noted a while back that they would unlock all their bootloaders. Today, they took a big step in that direction by unlocking the bootloaders for: HTC Desire HTC
Those of you living in the UK who happen to own an HTC Incredible S or Desire HD are advised to keep an eye out for an update. HTC has
A crafty member of XDA -developers has been able to get a working version of HTC Sense 3.5 running on the HTC Desire HD. Things are still in early stages
The HTC Desire Gingerbread story has taken a few turns in the past few months, hasn’t it? First HTC announced back in February that the Desire will receive Gingerbread update.
HTC is working hard to keep their devices up to date and they are already working on Desire Gingerbread update and also on unlocked bootloader update for few devices. HTC
HTC recently made an announcement that Desire would not be getting an update to Android 2.3, due to its lack of sufficient memory. But after some deliberation (and negative response
HTC announced on Facebook today that they are testing an Android 2.3 build for the HTC Desire. As some of you may recall the scare from a few weeks back
*UPDATE: HTC have now specified that they will cut “select apps” from the Gingerbread update for the Desire in order to resolve the memory issues; good news or bad? Well, it
It’s a sad day for Desire users, as HTC has announced that they aren’t able to bring any Gingerbread love to their beloved Sense device. You can read a quote from HTC below, but it basically says that there’s not enough ROM on the device to hold both Gingerbread and HTC Sense efficiently.
So, HTC is producing dual-cores as well now. We’ve seen the Evo 3D, the second mainstream 3D-phone, and now the Pyramid shows up as well, next to the Desire HD.
We can add three more Android devices to the HTC lineup thanks to these new models. Each follows a predecessor with updated software and slightly newer hardware.