Here’s a bit of welcome news for those of you looking to pick up Sprint’s next big thing. The EVO Shift 4G will not come with the typical $200 price
What started out a custom skin for Android phones back in 2009 has evolved into a user experience that, ultimately, will not be confined to handsets. HTC’s Head of User Experience, Drew Bamford, was recently interviewed by Forbes where he outlined the future of Sense as a platform.
Hey Sprint, why don’t you do us all a favor and just announce the EVO Shift 4G? It’s fast becoming one of the worst kept secrets in Android. Yet more photos of HTC’s next Sprint device have surfaced, showing a working version of the phone.
Our European friends will be happy to learn that their HTC Wildfire will be seeing Android 2.2 within the week.
We’re still waiting to hear something official from Sprint about the sliding QWERTY handset, the HTC EVO Shift 4G due any day. Previously listed with a product number of A7373, the Knight/Speedy has recently been spotted in Best Buy’s internal system with a designation of PG0610.
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
HTC’s Peter Chou confirms that the handset maker is planning LTE devices in 2011. Also on deck, support for NFC chips in select models.
Their tagline says it all, I guess. HTC has been quiet alright recently. Since the release of the G2, we have not heard much from the manufacturer as far as Android is concerned. We saw this past week that Samsung has taken over the top spot as the largest seller of Android handsets recently, but it seems that this may a short lived rise to the top for Sammy.
We know a lot of you guys and gals are anxious to get your Gingerbread fix, however we should remember that there are folks who still want Froyo. One such handset, the HTC Legend has been out for more than a few months now, yet it has been waiting for Android 2.2 to arrive. Great news – the wait is nearly over!
Amazon has some amazing deals for those of you looking to pick up a new Android handset this holiday weekend. These devices are from all four major carriers and run the gamut of handset makers as well.
Android is becoming quite the Hollywood starlet these days as handsets keep popping up on television shows. The latest episode of Fringe had a bit part played by our lovely Sprint beauty, the EVO 4G
We figured we’d better head this one off as early as possible. Those of you with a Sprint Hero are able to check for a software update today.
What do you do when you think the ship you are navigating is sinking? Do you go down with the ship like the guy from “Titantic”, or do you look for a life raft? Well despite all the warning signs that Nokia has been receiving over the past 2 years, they are going to stick with their sinking ship, Symbian.
HTC has released the source code for the G2, MyTouch 4G and the Verizon Droid Incredible today in their Developer Center. The developing community will probably be very happy with those, making a good and stable root possible much easier. Please note: The source of the G2 is not meant for the Desire Z. The G2 is running stock Froyo, while the Desire Z is creamed with HTC Sense.
Target is the latest retail store to have their Black Friday ad leaked online, and as you can already guess, there are Android savings to be had. If you’re looking to pick up an Android handset for yourself and plan to do some of that post-Turkey shopping, swing by Target for discounts on three HTC devices.