3D has existed for a long time, and with the advancement of technology, it has come to displays such as 3D TVs and projectors, laptops and cameras. And soon, 3D may be on your smartphone display too. At least one phone manufacturer plans to introduce it on their Android smartphone next year.
Another day, another piece of leaked news about a smartphone. This time, the smartphone in question is the upcoming HTC Knight, and based on what preliminary findings have revealed, it is going to be quite the powerhouse in terms of features, hardware and connectivity. More on this coming right up after the break.
The Desire Z and Desire HD are HTC’s latest smartphones to incorporate the new Google Android 2.2 (Froyo) mobile operating system. Both were announced last month and were recently made available in stores. VR-Zone managed to get both phones in for this review. Read on.
Apple may have launched patent infringement suits against the likes of HTC, but you can be sure that OEMs who have committed themselves to Google’s platform are not about to take Apple’s accusations lying down. In a move most would not have anticipated, Motorola has sided with HTC in its attempt to invalidate the patents Apple has used to sue the latter.
Finally, the Windows Phone 7 is here. Today, in Singapore, Microsoft announced the new smartphone with its partners including HTC, LG and Samsung. Telecommunication service provider, SingTel, was also at the event. Read on for the coverage.
Windows Phone 7 has finally been launched, and smartphone makers are quickly moving to push out new smartphones running on Microsoft’s latest mobile OS. HTC brings its trademark innovation and design to a fresh, new Windows Phone 7 portfolio with three new smartphones: the HTC 7 Mozart, HTC 7 Trophy and HTC HD7 Read on
Last night, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled their highly anticipated Windows Phone 7 to the world. The new phones will be available from leading mobile operators in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific this holiday season.
This morning, HTC had a media launch in Singapore for their new Desire HD and Desire Z Android smartphones. Both phones are running on the latest HTC Sense, as well as Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system, and will be available next month.
Another HTC Windows Phone 7? It might be the Mondrian after all. A forum member over at xda-developers has posted photos of the HTC Spark mobile phone, which resembles the Mondrian. Based on information available, the Spark sports a Snapdragon 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera and a large 800 x 480 capacitive
When it was initially announced, the HTC Shift gained fame for being able to dual-boot between both Windows Mobile and Vista itself, making it a unique hybrid netbook/tablet. But booting OS X on it? Apparently, that can also be done, courtesy of a member on XDA forums.
HTC has recently announced the latest Desire HD and Desire Z, both which are running the Android operating system. The Desire HD features a 4.3-inch LCD display, Android OS 2.2, Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual sound, 8-Megapixel camera with dual flash and 720p high-definition video capture, while the Desire Z has a slide out QWERTY keyboard, 3.7-inch screen, 5-Megapixel
Are you a fan of smartphones designed and built by HTC? Because if you are, this latest leak may be of interest: apparently, it shows a mystery HTC smartphone which looks somewhat similar to an EVO 4G. Anyone wants to hazard a guess as to what this new smartphone is called?
While some in parts of the world have gotten the Android 2.2 firmware for their HTC Desire smartphones, many others were still left to wait for telco-specific or regional rollouts. HTC has given the green light for the Froyo update for those in Singapore; so grab your Desire and start updating guys!
HTC has released its Froyo update for the EVO 4G. Meanwhile, a system software update (2.05.707.1) has been made available for the HTC Legend. Just pure coincidence?
If you haven’t bought your HTC phone yet, check out this piece of good news. HTC Singapore has announced a price revision for their Android, Windows and Brew MP smartphones which take effect on 1 August.
HTC has announced the incorporation of Super LCD display (LCD) technology to their phones including the HTC Desire and Nexus One later this summer. This gives better display and viewing angles for images and videos on your phone.
Today, HTC announced the new Wildfire smartphone in Singapore, based on the Android platform. Resembling the HTC Desire, but slightly smaller, the HTC Wildfire appeals to young adults who are into social networking. And its going to be available from this weekend. Update: Brief hands-on with the HTC Wildfire
Ever since its announcement early this year, HTC Desire (codename Bravo) has been the hot topic of most Android discussions. With very similar internal specifications to the Google Nexus One, also manufactured by HTC, the Desire stands among the market as one of the most powerful Android phones. Let us take a look at how
HTC has announced the acquisition of Abaxia, a mobile software company that design mobile phone home screens. The french company’s software has been deployed over 25 million phones and 60 different handset models.
VR-Zone was invited to the launch event of the 1GHz Snapdragon-touting HTC Desire, held on the 14th of May at the Suntec Convention Centre, Singapore. More pictures and the press release after the break.