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Best Dual Core Android Phones from US Carriers

by: glennAugust 6, 2011

Some time soon, you might find the single core processing power of your smartphone won’t be enough to support all the mobile features you want to try out. Luckily, there are Android phones with dual core parallel processing that are already on the market, and there’s many more scheduled for release in the market soon.

Upgrading can always be a challenge, so to help you make a more informed decision, here’s a brief presentation of these current and upcoming super Android phones that the carriers are or will be offering.

Verizon: Droid Bionic

Droid Bionic is Motorola’s yet to be released Android phone. Verizon subscribers have been anticipating this model’s [...]

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T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G Review

by: Darryl DoakJune 25, 2011

This is our review of the first 4.3″ screened Android phone to come to T-Mobile USA. This is a very odd occurrence, being that T-Mobile was the very first carrier on the globe to support Google’s Android Operating System when it released the G1. T-Mobile was also the first carrier in the USA to launch a 4.3″ screened phone when it launched the HTC HD2 (Windows Mobile 6.5), which was then followed up with the HTC HD7 (Windows Phone 7). So this is a very highly anticipated Android launch that we have here. But instead of just playing catch up and releasing another of the average 4.3″ screens, this one is a Super LCD, qHD screen that really positions [...]

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HTC Launches HTCdev and OpenSense SDK

by: Aerol BibatJune 4, 2011

The driving force behind most operating systems is the developer community. This is because you may have the fanciest and most streamlined OS on the planet, but if programmers aren’t writing applications for your platform then no one would be using it. This is why a lot of manufacturers support developers – because this will also boost their product. HTC maybe on the ropes right now but they’ve recently taken steps to be more friendly to developers, and thus get more apps on their platform.

Their latest bid is to launch, which is a community website dedicated to helping developers create their applications for HTC products. Most of the [...]

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The HTC Flyer: A Different Android Tablet

by: glennJune 3, 2011

HTC has been one of the staunchest supporters of the Android platform and even went ahead to dedicate an entire line of devices to Google’s new OS. It was even the manufacturer tapped by the search company to create its first flagship smartphone, and was also  first to introduce Android phones to masses. Its handsets are some of the most well-built and frequently updated, and even their older models can hold their own against newly released ones by other Android makers.

So when it was rumored that HTC would be launching a tablet, people were anticipating something great. Now that it’s out, you have to admit it’s pretty sleek. So what makes the Flyer so [...]

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HTC to Venture into the World of Cars

by: Chit AgustinApril 30, 2011

Throughout the last several years, HTC has opted for a  quietly brilliant approach when it comes to creating smartphones and tablets. They have made their name as a company behind many of the most popular operator-branded devices on the market. They have reputable and unique partnerships with key mobile brands, together with the five most prominent operators in Europe, the best four in the US, and several fast-growing Asian operators. Indeed, HTC is one of the fastest-growing companies in the mobile world and has made some incredible devices and attained outstanding recognition over the past couple of years.

HTC is famous for its innovation, and they are relentlessly [...]

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Big-Screen Phone Or Tablet? What Android Device To Buy?

by: glennApril 24, 2011

Tablets are a relatively new entry to the Android ecosystem but even so, they’ve quickly become a popular gadget to have. Being always-on and always connected has made it the go-to gadget for checking email, catching up on social sites and browsing the web. On top of all that, some versions can even make and receive calls, turning them into an ideal all-in-one device. Some of the models to currently out (as of this writing) are the HTC Flyer, the newer Samsung Galaxy Tab models and the Motorola Xoom.

Meanwhile, device makers noticed that bigger screened phones measuring 4.0 inches and up have been well-received by Android fans. Where once only a handful of large display [...]

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What’s Next for HTC?

by: Chit AgustinApril 1, 2011

The ‘quietly brilliant’ HTC has recently made known that they will be conducting a press affair in the UK this coming 12th of April. We really don’t know exactly the main reason why they will be having a press event, but we do have a few hints. They sent invites saying “Join us to see what’s next.” HTC’s 2011 lineup seems very promising, and we expect them to have some great news for us on April 12. Also, the theme of the invite looks like metallic liquid. Does this convey anything about what will happen or what will be revealed during the press event? Quite interesting, isn’t it?

We have heard hearsay that it might be the debut of the HTC Pyramid [...]

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5 Android Phones That Won’t Bite Your Budget in 2011

by: glennMarch 30, 2011

Everybody loves shiny new gadgets, especially shiny new Android phones, but the price tag often makes us (and our wallets) cringe. The good news is that nowadays, buying one doesn’t mean you have to scrimp and eat instant ramen for the rest of the year. There are a lot of phones out right now, running Android Froyo 2.2 no less, that are very affordable and right on the mark. If you’ve been looking for a capable Android phone that doesn’t bite your budget, here are five of the best ones you can choose from:

Huawei IDEOS U8150 Display: 2.8-inch TFT, 240×320 pixels, 256K colors CPU: 528MHz ARM 11 with 200MB storage, 256 RAM [...]
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Motorola DROID Bionic vs HTC Sensation: Superphone Standoff

by: Darcy LaCouveeMarch 22, 2011

Honestly, it has never been a better time to be a fan of mobile technology. The performance of the latest and greatest Android Phones of 2011 is looking to truly eclipse anything ever released previously. There are some amazing offerings already starting to trickle into the tech-hungry hands of Android Phone lovers already, like the LG Optimus 2X, the Motorola Atrix, the HTC Thunderbolt, and soon, the LG Optimus 3D. With the Motorola Droid Bionic slated to release on Verizon soon, we thought it appropriate for you to know how it would stack up to HTC’s new Superphone – the HTC Pyramid. Both are undoubtedly going to be amazing devices, and the differences between them will [...]

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HTC Flyer Tablet Specifications Leak; 7 and 10 Inch Units Coming This Year

by: Darcy LaCouveeJanuary 27, 2011
Information regarding the up and coming HTC Flyer has been leaked a lot lately and we’ve just discovered some of what we’ve all been waiting for: its specifications. This particular slate will be available in 7 and 10 inch variations, with the following features listed below. Will this device rock MWC 2011? We’ll see…

Until we also get a clearer picture (an official one maybe) of the slate, let’s find out some specs:

Display: 7/10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixels CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 Connectivity: HDMI, DLNA, HSPA Camera: 5MP, LED flash,facial recognition, 1.3MP video calling camera

LTE will also be available on the tablet, in a version that will be released in [...]

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