Earlier today we heard that T-Mobile has made available an Ice Cream Sandwich build for its Galaxy S2 version that enables NFC/ISIS features on the handset and at the time we wondered when will ISIS be available on the handset given that the three main U.S. carriers backing the Google Wallet mobile payment rival have not officially announced its availability.
It now looks like we have confirmation that the ISIS mobile payment project developed by Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile will be available to interested consumers in September. According to CNET, Doug Bergeron, CEO of Verifone, “which makes the payment terminals that most mobile payment [...]
While many Samsung Android-based smartphones and tablets are still (un)fashionably late to the Ice Cream Sandwich party, HTC is doing its best to keep its customers happy and updated. Less than a week after the Sensation 4G has received an Android 4.0 official OTA upgrade, the Amaze 4G is currently enjoying the same refreshing treatment.
T-Mobile’s exclusive device is getting the ICS update right on schedule, as it has been announced for a while, which is yet another reason for HTC and T-Mo customers to be happy with their manufacturer and carrier of choice.
If you haven’t yet received a prompt message to download a tasty software package, you can manually check [...]
As owners of the HTC Sensation 4G are gleefully receiving their OTA update of Ice Cream Sandwich, which has been available since May 16, we expect to hear the same collective sigh of relief from HTC Amaze 4G owners pretty soon. It seems we’re not that far off the mark when we said that ICS upgrade for the phone would come not too long after it lands on HTC Sensation 4G.
As can be seen from the updated support page for HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile’s website, the carrier is ready to roll out ICS for HTC Amaze 4G starting May 21. Since it’s an OTA update, all you have to do is check your phone for an update notification on the due [...]
T-Mobile USA has updated its support page for the HTC Sensation 4G, finally bringing some news on the Android 4.0.3 ICS upgrade that owners of the phone have been longing for. After promising early in the month that the update to Ice Cream Sandwich would be here “very soon”, the carrier is now ready to open its dessert bar on May 16.
As stated on T-Mobile’s website, the OTA update for the HTC Sensation 4G will roll out starting May 16. Aside from all of the features of ICS that one can expect, such as Face Unlock and re-sizeable widgets, you will also get HTC Sense 3.6 as part of the package. T-Mobile promises improved battery life performance as well.
Developers everywhere are on a mission to make sure that Android devices with no official release of Ice Cream Sandwich get their own bit of happiness. Yet, even though the HTC Amaze 4G is earmarked for an official ICS update from HTC at some unspecified date this year, users of the amazing phone are getting impatient.
But, apparently, there’s little room for fretting, as the HTC Amaze 4G gets its own early taste of Ice Cream Sandwich in the form of the Evervolv Iaceo Preview 1 ROM, based on AOSP and without HTC Sense. If you’re a fan of the stock, Sense-less Android look, then this ROM is for you.
This ROM was developed by XDA Developers member [...]
Better images can now be taken with your HTC EVO 3D phones. XDA Developers member Igor Bezkrovny has successfully allowed the camera application on the HTC Amaze 4G to run on the HTC EVO 3D.
The ported app can be installed on both rooted and non-rooted EVO 3D handsets. According to Bezkrovny, users of non-rooted EVO 3D units can simply install the Android Package (APK) file that he has created. Owners of rooted EVO 3D handset can either install the APK file or flash the ZIP file containing the app.
Some of the modifications include changing the 3D resolution to 2048×1152, long-pressing to capture photos, and setting the JPEG quality to 100%.
One of HTC’s hard-hitting powerhouse phones, the HTC Vivid and HTC Amaze 4G, are the company’s frontline field marshals in the ongoing smartphone battle. With two phones likely to dominate the market, at this juncture we’ll take a closer inspection on what distinguishing and advantageous features each one has over the other.Display and Design
Announced just recently, the HTC Vivid features a much larger display than that of the HTC Amaze 4G. The Vivid sports a 4.5-inch qHD Super LCD screen while the Amaze 4G has the standard 4.3-inch S-LCD. The screens on both phones are capable of displays at 540×960 pixel resolution. The Vivid stands out strong having the [...]
It will be Canada’s turn to be amazed by the high-end image capabilities of the HTC Amaze 4G, which is now en route to TELUS Canada and arriving on November 4.
A tipster has generously provided MobileSyrup a leaked screenshot of the mobile phone’s official release date and corresponding prices culled from an internal TELUS document.
The device will carry a price of CA$100 with 3-year contract with TELUS. A two-year contract with the carrier will raise the cost a bit to CA$500, and a one-year contract will put the phone price at CA$550. Full retail price of the HTC Amaze comes at an amazing CA$600.
T-Mobile just released a duo of Android smartphones with towering specs and features–the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the HTC Amaze 4G.
Both phones have become available on T-Mobile this week. The Samsung Galaxy S2 continues to be a best-seller, with global sales of the device hitting the 10-million mark within just eight weeks. And, the T-Mobile variant of this wonderphone (formerly codenamed Samsung Hercules) has just arrived on T-Mobile, along with the equally amazing offer from HTC–the HTC Amaze 4G (formerly codenamed HTC Ruby).
How does each one fare when placed side by side with the other? Read on to find out more about these two fresh offerings from [...]