HTC is looking to improve its fortunes in the smartphone market. The one-time Android smartphone leader is betting big on Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 platform.
According to a few tweets from @Football4PDA, the One X+ is coming, but is certainly not very impressive. The new phone will be a slightly rehashed version of the One X (with a heavy emphasis on “slightly”), and will be powered by an NVIDIA AP37 quad-core CPU.
At today’s HTC Frequencies II media summit, this two part shelled beauty was handed out. Unfortunately, it’s for celebs only but admiring this from afar is a bit like watching the recent Mars expedition rover, Curiosity land on the red planet.
Over on XDA Developers, a user named “Football” has posted a test only build of Jelly Bean for the HTC One X, identified as 3.00.999.7 with a large 641MB download size. As this is still an unstable build, non-developers might want to steer clear and wait for the official version instead. But if you’re the adventurous type, we have the download link.
And then there was the HTC Endeavour 2. A device so cloaked in mystery, nobody even knows what size it is.
Now that Samsung has finally announced almost everything there is to know about the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Android fans from all over the world have already started comparing the new Note against the other top-end smartphones in the Android ecosystem.
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We are looking at the results of the “People’s Choice Chart” and “Mobile Tech Expert’s Chart” in PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings. Both those charts have the exact same leader right now, which is… drumrolls, please… Samsung’s Galaxy S3.
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If you are looking to experience Sense 4.1, but you can’t wait for an official update, you can now try out the first custom ROM based on Sense 4.1, Android Revolution HD. ARHD brings little changes to the looks of Sense 4.1, but compensates in the under-the-hood department. Check it out after the break.