Image courtesy of Engadget Most of us remember the Droid Incredible. It was a 2-spectrum phone: not in bandwidth, but in popularity. It was a phone that you either loved or hated, but hardly ever anywhere in-between. Now, Verizon and HTC have officially announced the new …
So, you have an Evo 3D, and you want your ICS update? Good news! You’ve got it! As long as you live in Europe, the Middle East, or Asia, that is. HTC has rolled out the update to the EMEA market, yet US Sprint customers …
The HTC One V has been around for a long time, and it was scheduled to be launched in USA this summer, and we heard that all three regional carriers will be getting it, including Virgin Mobile. Now, Droid-Dog is reporting that Virgin Mobile will …
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 Asian countries; that’s why HTC decided to launch the HTC Desire V and Desire VC …
It’s that time of the month when we come up with a good news for all the HTC fanboys out there, and this one might be the best so far. HTC posted a proper timeline on their support page a few days ago, where the …
Is HTC about to muddy their waters with a lower-powered HTC One S variant?
HTC amazed us at the Mobile World Congress by introducing a bunch of new Android powered phones, like the HTC One X, S and V. All of them are undoubtedly brilliant devices, but it seems HTC still got some stuff in their bag. Almost 2 months ago, …
I love it when Richard Branson gets a bug under his skin and sets out to prove everyone else he’s right and they’re wrong! Kinda “sticking it to the man” (aka the 4 major carriers in the country) he is claiming consumers don’t care about …
The next-generation Droid Incredible is announced on the eve of CTIA 2012.
As if you’d expect anything less, Verizon has some serious Android contenders on the horizon.
When Google decided to release its first official proprietary phone way back in early 2010, it chose HTC to create the Nexus One. While not the commercial success that Google had hoped, it was widely loved by developers and Android OS tinkerers. Fast forward a …
The pieces have seemingly fallen into place… so where’s the announcement?
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