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.
Rumor: HTC Opera UL is the official Facebook phone Zuckerberg said “didn’t make sense”
While some folks have begun reciting their X’s, there are those who are still smitten by HTC’s Desire C. We don’t blame you if you’re rather partial to the Desire C’s premium design, and affordable sticker price. Adding to its desirability factor is the availability of Cricket’s Muve Music service on the compact phone, which can only mean that it is heading to Cricket.
HTC One X+ goes for sale in the UK for £474 SIM-free
The seemingly abandoned One X+ doesn’t seem to get much press time these days, most likely because HTC is planning to focus its marketing efforts on an upcoming 5-inch smartphone instead. If you’re convinced that the revamped One X is the one for you, here’s an update on where you can get the phone SIM-free in the UK.
Smartphone evolution through the eyes of HTC [Infographic]
Are you curious about the long history of mobile phones? Here’s your chance to feed that curiosity it in less than a minute, as HTC takes us on a memory trip down the smartphone lane. The descriptions on the “Evolution of the Smartphone” infographic are full of witty remarks and some pop culture reference. You’re bound to learn some interesting facts.
Another HTC DLX render leaks, official Verizon unveiling is imminent
If you think that HTC has hit rock bottom with their disastrous Q3 financial results, the phone maker has more bad news to share. In a recent statement, the company said that its Q4 revenue is set to drop 14% compared to the previous quarter, signaling that it has yet to succeed in weathering the Samsung storm.
HTC launch new Best Deals service to bring you bargains
Samsung’s dominance over the global smartphone market has stopped being a surprise for a while now, but what may shock you is the pace at which the Android king is continuing to grow. According to a new report conducted by IDC, Sammy has doubled its shipments in just a year, capturing a whopping 31.3% of the worldwide market share in Q3 2012.
Mysterious HTC Operaul unveiled, to come soon with Jelly Bean and 720p display