When the Vodafone-branded HTC Desire got Android 2.1, it was blanketed with plenty of Vodafone’s 360 features. So much so, in fact, that plenty of customers out there weren’t happy with the update to their software
HTC’s decision to adopt both AMOLED and Super LCD (SLCD) for their smartphones has led to plenty of arguments over which technology is better, and now HowardForums has waded in. They’ve been comparing a TELUS HTC
We’d already spotted the Acer Stream product page over at Expansys, with the new Android smartphone showing up there with an “early August” release estimate, but now the whole thing has been made official.
As expected, HTC has announced that they will be using both AMOLED and Super LCD (SLCD) panels for their smartphones from now on, in an attempt to work around the shortage of AMOLED screens that has limited their recent handset
Retailer Expansys has announced that it will be the exclusive supplier of the Acer Stream Android smartphone in the UK. Priced at £399.99 ($610) including tax, and set to go on sale come August 3rd, the Acer Stream takes on
The Droid Incredible is still one of Verizon Wireless’ most hotly desired devices, and despite the fact the handset is still on back-order, people are still buying them. One of the reasons for that, other than the 1GHz
It’s a well known fact that AMOLED screen look terrible at best in direct sunlight. This makes the device almost unusable in direct sunlight. This is the one area where an LCD screen has a slight advantage over AMOLED screen.
Earlier today HTC announced plans to bring the Desire to the US. Soon after, Cellular South announces its plans to release the Desire. It currently listed as “coming soon”, let’s just say expect to see it released sometime
Projector phones were supposed to be “the next big thing” in the evolution of cell phones. So far, that hasn’t been the case, there was a non-Android based projector phone released here in the US recently. Needless to say
Although we’ve heard that the Galaxy S was headed to every major carrier in the US, it seems T-Mobile might be the first out the gate with their version. It has just passed through the FCC and it could (highly unlikely) make it