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
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
HTC Source is reporting this morning that the industrious community members over at XDA have created an alpha ROM for the Desire HD out of the HTC Sensation system
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.
A threesome of Android devices from HTC have leaked with a few weeks to go before the big showdown in Spain. What’s on the inside of these phones?
U.S. Cellular’s got a fantastic holiday deal lined up, which kicks off later this week. And like pretty much everything else the provider does, it’s something no other carrier would
The recently-leaked Desire HD ROM, which was ported to the HD2 over the weekend, has now made it’s way to the Incredible, Desire, and Evo 4G. As for many hacked
The Desire Z officially broke cover this morning, joining the Desire HD as part of HTC’s next big phone. If you’ve been following Android for the last couple of months, you’ll recognize the form factor as that of the upcoming G2 from T-Mobile. Physical resemblance aside, what’s going on inside the Desire Z?
The HTC Desire might be old news to some of our international readers, but us Yankees have been wanting to get our hands on one since it was announced. Today, US Cellular is doing their part to help make that possible.
U.S. Cellular has announced this morning that the Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire will be available effective August 27. For those new to Android, the Desire features a 1GHz processor, a
HTC announced earlier today that they are going to offer their own branded handsets in China. Rather than launching through carrier branding or the Dopod moniker, HTC will shipping devices
HTC has announced it will be abandoning the AMOLED screens currently used in the Nexus One and HTC Desire. As a replacement, HTC will introduce SLCD screens to its manufacturing
We’re barely a month removed from the release of the EVO 4G so that means it’s time to look down the road at HTC’s plans. According to a few rumors