We have long witnessed some juicy rumors about the upcoming HTC flagship device in the Android arena and now is the time to put these rumors to rest as we have hard facts about this highly anticipated device that some consider to be a worthy competitor to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII. As most people in the industry believed HTC just announced the specifications of its soon to be released HTC OneX device. At the heart of this new baby is a recently released Tegra 3 SoC which we discussed about a lot in the past. Tegra 3 is actually Read More >


HTC official method of rooting their devices is quite cumbersome and involves a number of steps. But there are some talented developers working out to bring us the most convenient methods to root the Android devices from HTC and other popular manufacturers. In this case, an XDA forum developer has come up with a really nice tool to root many recent (and some not so recent) HTC devices in the most simple way possible. The developed tool to do so is called HTC Super Tool and can not only root the device but also unroot, unlock the kernel, disable Sense, Read More >


Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest update to the popular mobile OS from Google that originally featured with the Galaxy Nexus but is now being under active porting effort for a host of other popular devices from different manufacturers. Even the Android community is actively updating the popular open source firmware such as CyanogenMod and MIUI for ICS. I just spotted a slightly older but interesting article on CNET that talks about the upgrade path and release schedule of the Android 4.0 for the devices from Google, HTC, LG, Motorola, Samsung and Sony. Plans from the most vendors Read More >


Now as we know that Google will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in just a matter of weeks this month (still no exact release date). Along this we will also get the taste of the Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) for the first time. Soon after the release of the Galaxy Nexus we can expect the release of the source code for the Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) to follow. As the time will pass by different Android device manufacturers will provide a more clear schedule for the roll out of the new updates for their respective Android devices. Read More >


As we mentioned previously that its known that most Gingerbread based smartphones should be able to get Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.0 treatment. And more specifically Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) is likely to get the update sooner than later considering the close relationship between the Samsung and Google these days. And why not ? Samsung is already the largest manufacturer of the Android based handsets and is expected to even outpace the Apple in terms of total smartphone shipments this quarter. Similarly, we had a statement from HTC that they are closely evaluating the new Ice Cream Sandwich, and Read More >


HCT is traditionally known for making some of the best and most popular smartphones in particular based on the Android OS. However after great success in the smartphone arena they also decided to jump in the tablet market based on the Android. This is from which the HTC Flyer came in – a fantastic 7-inch tablet that might appeal to many users that looking for a more portable tablet with the full feature set but in a more compact form as compared to the 10-inch tablets. However, one of the things that might frustrate some people is that lack of Read More >


We know that HTC Sensation is a very powerful device and supports 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor. 768MB of RAM, Android 2.3 Gingerbread preinstalled and of course excellent 8MP camera on board. In fact, this is such a powerful device and a good match for our favorite Samsung Galaxy S2. Earlier we told you that HTC Sensation XE is coming but despite that HTC Sensation is still a very capable and there are many proud owners of this device. If you are on the HTC Sensation and bought it recently but felt a bit upset by the upcoming release of the Read More >


Few days back, we reported about the imminent release of the HTC Sensation XE in UK and also shed light on some of the specs of this powerful beast. Just to reiterate HTC Sensation XE will be an ungraded edition of the already very popular and powerful HTC Sensation supporting a 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU as well as an extended battery. Another novelty lies in the inclusion of Dr. Dre branded high quality headphones that will for sure appeal to music enthusiasts. You may already know that original HTC Sensation supports 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor. 768MB of RAM, Android 2.3 Read More >


HTC Sensation is a very powerful current generation Android based handset that packs a punch. It supports a powerful 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor. 768MB of RAM, Android 2.3 Gingerbread preinstalled and of course excellent 8MP camera on board. All of this in addition to a pleasing exterior design. HTC Sensation is of course a worthy competitor to the wildly popular Samsung Galaxy S2. For this reason, we also had a head-to-head comparison of these two great smartphones. You might want to check out that detailed comparison to see the strengths and weaknesses of the both these devices. Anyway, the thing Read More >


HTC Holiday is a device that was being speculated for months now. Now Engadget has got some tasteful leaked images of the device as well as some scoop on the specs of the device. According to their sources it will soon hitting the AT&T and will support the 4G LTE technology. HTC Holiday will come equipped with a huge 4.5-inch display, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP rear facing camera and a 1.3 MP rear facing camera. On the software side it should be loaded with the Android 2.3.4 and HTC Sense 3.0. Loos gorgeous visually as Read More >

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