The Desire 8, a stylish new mid-ranger, leaks for all to see, just days after HTC’s top executives promised a greater focus on mid-range devices,
An alleged press shot of the upcoming HTC Zara was leaked by @evleaks, along with the phone’s specifications.
As a leader in hardware manufacturing for mobile devices, they supply components to every device manufacturer there is. This sets a dangerous standard; not for quality, but for pricing. Can Samsung be regulated? We take a look at the situation.
Join us for a trip down memory lane, from the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) to the Google Nexus 4, as we discuss the best Android smartphones of all time. Is your pick here?
Likely in response to Samsung’s recent mid-range phone unveilings, HTC has finally taken the wraps off the Desire Q.
The once upon a time mighty HTC Desire line of smartphones has been tainted by one too many mid-rangers lately, but that can’t stop HTC from refreshing the family with yet another modest duo.
HTC enjoyed a meteoric rise with Android and manufactured some of the best smartphones of recent years. Its fall from grace has been spectacular. We examine what went wrong and take a look at how HTC might stage a comeback.
If you had trouble keeping up with HTC’s rather hectic smartphone naming scheme, the company’s latest dual-SIM mid-ranger will only make things harder to understand. The Desire SV is not to be mistaken with the recently released C and X members of the Desire family, though the three have quite a lot in common.
HTC’s September 19 media event is inching closer, but right now we still have no idea what and how many new gadgets will be on display in New York City. The rumors keep coming though, and it seems that, even though the Taiwanese are in a serious financial pickle, they’ll have quite the show for us.
Although the eager hackers from XDA developers have already launched a Jelly Bean port for the Google / HTC Nexus One, the people behind CyanogenMod have recently announced that the first Nexus smartphone ever will not be officially compatible with Cyanogen versions beyond 7.x (Gingerbread). Unfortunately, there are also a bunch of other smartphones that won’t be getting official support for Cyanogen Mod 9+, namely almost all smartphones that are based on the first generation Qualcomm Snapdragon processors (this translates into “all smartphones using a QSD8x50, MSM7x25, MSM7x27 or MSM7x27T SoC”). Some of the most popular smartphones based on the…