HTC Flyer – the first tablet from HTC. We got our hands on of these and I must say, it is one solid device. It is a 7-inch Android tablet that has a layer of HTC Sense on it and below that you find Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The size may not be perfect, but it is still better than what we found on the Dell Streak, a 5-inch display. We did a quick hands-on with the tablet and looked around what it has in store for us.
HTC Sensation is one of the anticipated dual-core devices which are to release sometime in the next few months. The first HTC Sensastion ROM has been leaked, that also includes the beautiful HTC Sense 3.0 UI.
911Sniper has leaked the ROM for developers to play with – and ofcourse, port over Sense 3.0 to other older devices i.e HTC Desire HD, HTC Desire etc. as it is rumoured that HTC Sense 3.0 will be only released for newer devices.
In yesterday’s HTC lineup update, they also announced the new HTC Wildfire S – with a slight redesign, higher screen resolution and ofcourse, the new Android 2.3 update on it.
Just like the updated HTC Desire S, HTC Wirldfire S doesn’t bring any big changes either. All it does is up the screen resolution to 320×480 and brings Android 2.3 to the same old hardware.
HTC announced several new Android-based devices today, starting their updated lineup of phones from the HTC Desire series – HTC Desire S.
HTC Desire S has been announced at MWC’11 which is powered by the Qualcomm’s new 1GHz Snapdragon MSM8255 processor and now has a 3.7-inch display screen.
Frustrated with the poor battery life of your HTC Desire? Well, we all are. Even the Nexus One users are going through the same.
HTC Desire posted a rather ridiculous (but working) trick long back on how you can boost your HTC Desire’s battery life. The same goes for the HTC Evo too. It’s ridiculous, because it involves charging your phone, then turning it off, then again charging and then turning it on and then again charging – Weird, eh?
Finally, the long wait for HTC Evo 4G users is over and Googleâ€™s flagship mobile operating systemâ€™s latest update, Android 2.2 (nicknamed â€œFroyoâ€) is rolling out to all users of Evo 4G. Like the previous Froyo updates given to the Google Nexus One, Evo 4G also gets the latest version of Android operating system via over-the-air (OTA) upgrade from today, August 3, 2010.
HTC confirmed the rumours today of their own display technology which is called Super LCD. SLCD screens will go head to head with the AMOLED display screens.
HTC said they will be replacing the AMOLED screens of HTC Desire and Nexus One with the new SLCDs. HTC has not shown any demo units with the new screens, so we’re not yet sure how better/worse they will be.
Microsoft has been slowly unveiling details about its upcoming smartphone operating system, the Windows Mobile 7. Yesterday, it announced that all Microsoft employees will be getting free Windows Mobile 7 smartphones and today announced the names of the hardware partners which will be launching Windows Mobile 7 on their smartphone platforms.
The wait for Android 2.2 operating system to be supported officially by HTC on its Desire smartphone through an over-the-air update is getting longer and longer by each passing second. Hackers and Linux developers are now constantly coming up with builds of Android 2.2 which can be easily ported and run efficiently on the HTC Desire before the OTA update comes flying in to Desire users.