News updated for HTC’s Android phones.
Now that the Verizon DROID DNA by HTC has been announced and is scheduled to launch next week, you’re probably wondering when the global GSM variant of the device will be available. Unfortunately, we don’t have an answer to that question, but a newly leaked press shot of the HTC DLX gives us hope that
Taiwan is homeland to HTC headquarters and since the smartphone manufacturer is a technology leader there it is no surprise that residents are rewarded with modified flagship smartphones for purchase. This time Taiwan will have the opportunity to buy a modified HTC One S.
How has it been modified,
The HTC Droid DNA is now available for pre-order if you are an eligible Verizon Wireless customer or are planning to make the jump. Those of us on networks other than Verizon may want to add this to our Christmas lists, because according to DroidDog the Droid DNA is shipping fully unlocked
If you add up all the specs, the HTC DROID DNA is currently the most powerful phone on the planet. The device comes with the latest quad-core processor from Qualcomm, wireless charging, NFC, an ultra-wide lens mounted on the front-facing 2.1 megapixel camera, a built-in amplifier to enhance your music
The legendary HTC DROID DNA is now official! Verizon and HTC have finally unveiled the first phone to hit the U.S market with a 5-inch 1080p display with a mind-bending 440ppi. The official spec list of the HTC DROID DNA also includes a quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB
More than a month after the unveiling of HTC One X+ and HTC One VX, AT&T has finally announced that both devices will be available starting on November 16th. As expected, AT&T will be selling the HTC One X+ for $199 with a two-year contract while the HTC One VX will be available for $49.99 with
HTC posts jelly Bean update requirements – phones with 512MB RAM or less will not be upgraded to Android 4.1November 12, 2012 | Nick Gray+ | 13 Comments
Android 4.1 for the HTC One X and HTC One S may soon be upon us, but will other handsets in HTC’s portfolio be treated to Google’s Jelly Bean flavored treat? The simple answer is yes, but new details revealed on HTC’s Android 4.1 FAQ page reveal that there are hardware stipulations which must be met.