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.
Here we go again with the Facebook phone rumors. Except this time, we have some real-deal looking renders. No seriously. It’s going to happen if we wish hard enough.
Nearly two weeks after we announce a February 24th launch date for the HTC handset, a BGR source confirms the details. It’s not often we say “told ya so”, but told ya so.
Two years and a few spare months have gone by since Google and T-Mobile partnered up to give us the world’s first Android phone, The HTC-built, T-Mobile G1. The G1 pioneered Android’s initial design, hardware and software alike. Tucked behind the 3.2inch LCD display, 528mhz processor, 192mb of ram, and 5-row keyboard was a infant mobile OS with exponential potential. The G1 led the first steps towards Android’s globalization. Over two years later, Google, T-Mobile, and HTC have come together once again to bring us the next generation of the G1…not surprisingly named the G2. The G2 gains a modern upgrade and design along with HSPA+ support, while retaining specific qualities that the G1 possessed, like the physical landscape qwerty keyboard. Evolution, or just a spec bump? Read along through this review to find out!
It seems that every other cell phone provider in America is getting some 4.3″ HTC love expect for T-Mobile. Well that is about to change according to a rumor that was first published on Android And Me and also independently reported by TmoNews. It seems that a previously unnamed HTC phone is in the works for T-Mobile, and it is going to be big, literally. The rumor as it sits right now is that is it going to be a 4.3″ qHD display, with HSPA+ capabilities, and running the first Qualcomm dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz (MSM8x60).
We’ve all heard the news about some new potential Facebook-branded phones, but are they legit?
Dan Rose, head of business development for Facebook stated, “This is really just another example of a manufacturer who has taken our public APIs (application programming interfaces) and integrated them into their device in an interesting way.”
Verizon’s first 4G LTE phone from HTC is expected to be arriving at the end of February with a possible $249 sticker.
A second HTC phone has been found in the wild today, looking very similar to the leaked devices from a week ago.
The rumors are back: Facebook will be releasing their own phones. At least according to an article by the U.K.’s City A.M., which was also an early source of Nexus S rumors. Details are still sketchy, but word is the two phones, made by HTC, will run a modified version of Android that will rely heavily on integrated Facebook features like the news feed and messages.
Prices for two of the most anticipated Android devices have been leaked: Motorola XOOM tablet $699.00 (with no contract) HTC Thunderbolt $249.00 (with a contract) These are not official prices
Fierce Wireless today is reporting that HTC’s CEO Peter Chou has confirmed that his company is indeed working on an Android based tablet, despite statements last year from HTC spokesperson Eric Lin saying that, at the time, there were no plans to build a tablet. (a lot can happen in this time, we know, this statement was made last July).
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?
If you’ve been mulling over the idea of picking up a T-Mobile G2, might we suggest you act fast? The carrier has dropped the price on the flagship device to free for a limited time.
Looking to by one of the hot new phones Verizon announced in the last 2 weeks? After the break is an interesting Info-graphic breaking down the Droid Bionic, iPhone4 and HTC Thunderbolt.
Sprint began airing a revised “Accolades” commercial this week, featuring a brief mention of the new EVO Shift 4G at the end. Touting it as a “smaller EVO with a