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A history of HTC’s Android designs

by: John VelascoApril 30, 2016
Looking at the HTC 10’s new look made us think about the company's past. Here's all the memorable Android smartphones HTC has produced throughout the years.
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10 most iconic mobile phones of all time

by: Nirave GondhiaAugust 18, 2015
Ask somewhat what their favourite phones are and you'll probably get a wide range of answers but which mobile phones have withstood the test of time? Here's the 10 most iconic phones of all time and some honourable mentions; does your favourite make the cut?
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Android Flashback – T-Mobile G1 by HTC Unboxing and Initial Setup

by: Joshua VergaraJanuary 29, 2015
In the first edition of the Android Flashback series, we take a quick look at the first Android smartphone ever, the T-Mobile G1 by HTC!
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HTC G1 gets unofficial Jelly Bean port

by: AdrianAugust 9, 2012

Worried that your one-year-old dual-core smartphone might not get an official Jelly Bean upgrade, due to the software not “being supported” by the “outdated” hardware? Well, that’s bull and you know it! And if you doubted that, we now have the most conclusive piece of evidence possible to prove otherwise.

The HTC Dream (aka T-Mobile G1) is the device that started it all, being the first ever Android running phone in history. Back in September 2008 (man, we’re old!), the Dream was introduced powered by Android 1.0, which quickly turned into 1.1 and then into 1.5 Cupcake.

The last official software update [...]

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Is it a BlackBerry? Is it a Symbian? No, it’s the Google Sooner, the first Android reference device

by: AdrianMay 8, 2012

If you had fun with the images of that early prototype of a Google phone we showed you a couple of weeks ago, you should prepare yourselves for something even more “special” today. Developer Steven Troughton-Smith got his hands on the first ever “Android reference device” and we are now excited to show you a few high-resolution photos that document Android’s early days.

The Google Sooner, aka the HTC EXCA 300, wasn’t ever officially released, but it’s interesting to see how much head work Google managed to do between 2007, when this device was in the works, and October 2008, when the HTC Dream (or the T-Mobile G1) hit the market.

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A blast from the past: early prototype of Google phone shows up in trial

by: Bams SadewoApril 26, 2012

In an alternate universe, how fun it’d be to see Palm buy HP only to ditch it months after? You won’t have to build a time travel machine to see what the Google phone could’ve looked like in an alternate universe, though. If there’s anything that the Oracle vs Google debacle can bring us, is a glimpse of the development of Google phone since its inception. We warn you that some of the images aren’t pretty at all, like most phones that came out circa 2006.

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Although the documents presented in court didn’t specify the detailed specs of the 2006 Google phone, they did describe what Google had in mind for it. The GSM phone was to come (at least) with a blindingly fast [...]

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