Today, HTC has announced the launch of the Desire S Android smartphone in Singapore. The successor to the HTC Desire is made from a single block of aluminum and features dual front and rear cameras.
Once again, the best toys always find their way into other places well before they ever show up in most parts of South East Asia, and it appears that HTC's latest smartphone is an excellent example of the aforementioned situation. Apparently, the upcoming HTC EVO 3D has been confirmed for both an American and European
First, it was the HTC 10-inch Android 3.0 tablet, then the three smartphones – HTC Ignite, HTC Prime and HTC Pyramid Z710e. And now, it looks like the company has another HTC leak this week. This time, it is a smartphone known as HTC Shooter.
Aside from the 10-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, it looks like pictures of three HTC smartphones have also been leaked online. The three phones are the HTC Ignite, HTC Prime and HTC Pyramid Z710e .
HTC had unveiled the HTC Flyer, their first 7-inch Android tablet, at Mobile World Congress last month. And it looks like the company may also be launching a 10-inch Android tablet.
HTC has announced the Incredible S smartphone in Singapore, which will be available this coming weekend. The Android phone features the company's HTC Sense user interface and 8-megapixel camera with dual flash. More details inside.
Do you happen to own a HTC-branded smartphone that runs off Google's Android operating system? Well, if your answer to that questions is 'yes', this might be just the news needed to kick off your Tuesday morning to a good start: the OEM has confirmed that at least four products in its Android lineup have
Remember how we once spoke about OEMs loving to tease consumers by intentionally revealing a lot of information about an upcoming product, only to withhold the most important parts in order to feed the hype machine? Well, HTC is at it again: after talking about its plans for a tablet and showing off the HTC
This year's tablet wars just got more interesting. HTC has finally joined the crowd with the HTC Flyer, a 7-inch Android tablet that comes with a battery-powered stylus. Read on to find out more.
Photos of a new HTC smartphone were leaked online, just a week before Mobile World Congress, and it was said to be HTC Saga. Could this be the successor to the HTC Desire?
Well, it seems like HTC has done it again. Barely a couple of weeks after an employee was spotted with a prototype model of what appears to be an upcoming smartphone on the subway, it appears that yet another leak of another supposed HTC prototype has somehow managed to make its way online. Now, the
Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC has quietly registered at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and it looks like their act has been uncovered. The company has register for their new product, which according to records, is called HTC Arrive.
HTC may make some of the better Android-powered smartphones in the market, but the Taiwanese OEM has no offerings that can go head to head with the Android-powered tablets currently flooding the market. This does not mean that it has nothing up its sleeves though: now that the company has announced plans to make its
It is official. Android 2.2 Froyo update is now available for HTC Wildfire and HTC Legend smartphones. Well, for HTC Legend owners, the update has already been available in December last month, but if you haven’t updated it yet, you should.
HTC may have unveiled their new 4G phones at this month’s CES 2011, but from some leaked sources, a new Android 3.0 smartphone is in the pipeline and could be launched in May this year. And the name? HTC Saga.
When HTC Sync update came about few days ago, pictures of HTC Thunderbolt, Merge and a mysterious smartphone were seen. And it looks like the unknown phone has no buttons and could be running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).
Despite other manufacturers who have launched their tablet devices, HTC has none yet to compete in this space. But that could change next year as the Taiwanese company has filed a trademark to the names “Scribe” and “HTC Scribe” which hint at the possibility of the tablet device.
Good news for owners of the HTC Wildfire. According to a Facebook discussion post, the Android smartphone will be getting the Android 2.2 Froyo update, starting this week in Europe. And yes, other parts of the world will be getting it too.
Owners of HTC Legend would be pleased to learn that their smartphones are getting the new Android 2.2 Froyo update (although it isn’t the Android 2.3 Gingerbread). Unfortunately, that looks to only be applicable for users in Europe. Update: Android 2.2 update for HTC Legend is available in Singapore. Simply run your phone’s system software update, it is approximately
HTC has opened their new flagship concept store in Singapore, and it is at the new NEX shopping mall at Serangoon Central. The concept store claims to be the first in Singapore to offer HTC products, render personal consultation and product demonstration as well as redemption services for promotions.