Topic / HTC Android

Honeycomb ported to HTC HD2 – no more WinMo for you!

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If you happen to be an owner of the HTC HD2, you would be sad to see that you are stuck with the second-most unusable operating system, Windows Mobile (Not to be confused with Windows Phone 7). Well, now you can experience the freedom of Flash and other goodies with Android, as someone has managed to port version 3.0 Honeycomb to the device. Of course, because it’s not supposed to […]

New HTC Android, Windows Phone 7 phones leaked

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HTC has experienced a major leak on its two supposedly new and upcoming phones for both Android and Windows Phone 7 after video has emerged on the web showing the two, and both were reported by the same team (though on supposedly different websites which are known as 247Android and 247WindowsPhone). The Windows Phone 7 phone has been called Schubert and nothing has really emerged from that other than its […]

Vodafone Australia confirms Nexus One is coming

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Vodafone Hutchison Australia has told ZDNet that it will sell the Google Nexus One phone “sometime [in] 2010”. This comes hot off the heels of Google’s announcement two days ago that Vodafone will be responsible in selling the phone in Europe. VHA has also confirmed that the Vodafone deal covers all geographies where Vodafone is covered. This means that those in New Zealand will also get it under Vodafone, though […]

Google reveals the Nexus One

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You knew it was coming – all the leaks and blog posts from all over the blogosphere – but now it has been confirmed and unveiled. Google has now made a mobile phone. Called the Nexus One, it is a HTC-produced phone that will run on Android 2.1 and will be sold by Google on its website, or by T-Mobile in the US. Verizon Wireless, another US carrier, along with […]

Telstra : HTC Android phone is better than Palm Pre

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Telstra, being the arrogant telecom they are, have said that the Palm Pre, which has gotten many gadget enthusiasts in love with its compact design, QWERTY keyboard and its new, revolutionary operating system, wasn’t “better and more functional” to the HTC-made Android G1 phone. Though the Android was a no-show at CES, a senior executive told SmartHouse that they have “seen both and we believe that the new HTC phone […]

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