HTC One smartphone there still seems to be a little trouble in paradise. We're now learning that another high-level exec from HTC has stepped down. This time it's Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello, who isn't leaving the company but will step down and remain on board as an "executive adviser" moving forward.
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Cellpassion to be the HTC Paradise - a sliding QWERTY version of the HTC Aria - and the HTC Fiesta, the Paradise at least had been spotted in an HTC user profile back in January. Full specs for the two handsets are unknown, but the Paradise is believed to fall in line with the Aria - a 3.2-inch display, UMTS/HSPA, WiFi and a 5-megapixel camera - only with the addition of the sliding 'board. The Fiesta, meanwhile, has a confirmed 3.2-megapixel camera but otherwise we're entirely in the dark. Previous rumors had suggested that the handset - believed to be headed to AT&T - had been axed, so it's not clear whether this is a sign those rumors were premature or that this is an abandoned prototype. [Thanks Baz!]
HTC's Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello stepped down, it appeared that HTC was getting its feathers in a tussle. Rumors persisted that they were beginning to become directionless, and even though strong sales opposed those rumors, the shuffling of major forces within the company suggested otherwise. Enter Lorain Wong, HTC's new VP of Global PR and Corporate/Internal Operations. Could stability finally be back in the cards?
many a moon since I dusted off the old firesale HP TouchPad, but now that the CyanogenMod team has advanced its Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the tablet to Alpha 2, I figured it was time to give the mod-friendly slate another go. TouchPad owners can download the latest ROM from RootzWiki, and after you see my experiences here, you'll want to. The TouchPad has become a surprisingly stable and speedy platform for Android, due in no small part to the efforts of the CyanogenMod developers.
HTC ChaCha - aka a QUERTY keyboard-toting 480x320 resolution portrait-mode phone with a physical Facebook button.
been revealed, courtesy of some overzealous publishing of handset user profiles. The seven devices - complete with screen resolution and keyboard details - include a QWERTY-equipped version of the HTC Tattoo, the HTC Halo. Overall there are three with QWERTY keyboards and the remainder rely on touchscreen-only input. The majority have 320 x 480 displays, though there's one device - the HTC Supersonic - with a panel running at 480 x 800. At least one of the devices - the HTC Legend - was included in the leaked 2010 roadmap for HTC late last year. Of course, there's no release schedules linked with the different devices, so we'll just have to wait and see what HTC bring to Mobile World Congress 2010 next month. Android Community will be there to bring back all the details!
- HTC Espresso: QWERTY keyboard, 320x480 pixel display
- HTC Huangshan: No physical keyboard, 320x480 pixel display
- HTC Liberty: No physical keyboard, 320x480 pixel display
- HTC Halo: QWERTY keyboard version of the Tattoo
- HTC Paradise: QWERTY keyboard, 240x400 pixel display
- HTC Legend: No physical keyboard, 320x480 pixel display
- HTC Supersonic: No physical keyboard, 480x800 pixel display
recently leaked Android 2.1 ROM that we saw running on an HTC Hero has given us some clues on this upcoming devices from HTC. According to the folks over at androidspin "Deeply embedded in their latest ROM, HTC has a lot of codenames for existing and upcoming phones: Bahamas, Bravo, DesireC, Dragon, Dream, Espresso, Halo, HeroCT, HeroC, Hero, Huangshan, Incredible, Legend, Liberty, Memphis, Paradise, PassionC, Passion, Sapphire, Supersonic." As you can see, some of those Android phones we already know, but there are others that we just heard of, or we had no idea of. Marc_Hav from androidspin credits maxisma for uncovering the codenames. We do not know for a fact about all this, but is really exciting to see more HTC devices coming, especially if they are running Android.