Likely in response to Samsung’s recent mid-range phone unveilings, HTC has finally taken the wraps off the Desire Q.
The HTC Desire P will be available in Taiwan exclusively from Chunghwa Telecom, and is priced at NT $ 10,999 (~$365).
After a series of unfortunate delays, the HTC One is now up for grabs in HTC’s home country of Taiwan.
Despite not being able to make the first Padfone or the second-gen mainstream sales hits, Asus has pushed ahead with the concept of the phone/tablet hybrid by unveiling a third such combo – the Padfone Infinity.
The HTC One is set to arrive in Taiwan on March 29, but the stock apparently will be quite limited.
Wondering when the 5-inch Padfone Infinity and its 10.1-inch tablet sidekick will hit stores? If you’re in Taiwan, you should be able to grab the two starting tomorrow.
The Dual-SIM versions of the LG Optimus L5 II and the Optimus L7 II will be called the Optimus Duet and Optimus Duet+ in Taiwan
Google has started offering paid apps through its Google Play store in Taiwan once again after 20 months of battling with the Taiwanese government.
Meet the Desire U, the newest HTC phone to come to light in Taiwan. This fellow has a lot in common with a bunch of other members of the Desire family, but it does have one or two things that make it special.
It’s never nice to see a phone’s launch being delayed, especially when the device itself doesn’t look awfully attractive to start with, but at least Samsung will be making good on its (second) promise regarding the Galaxy Premier release.