Tagged: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Sensation 4G, and low end phones like the pictured HTC Explorer. What we have here is the official press shot of the HTC Explorer, known previously and leaked as the HTC Pico. Along with a slight design change and some Sense UI 3.5 the Explorer aims to be a decent entry level smartphone.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. If you've been been waiting for a gaming-centered smartphone to hit AT&T you are finally in luck. Just like we mentioned earlier this month the SE Xperia Play 4G is available now from AT&T with 4G (HSPA+) for only $49 with a new 2-year contract.
HTC Vigor we all knew it was a codename and we'd eventually hear Verizon and HTC's plan on a name. While we've seen plenty of leaks it appears the new name has finally been decided. The HTC Vigor will be the first HD phone to market as the HTC DROID Incredible HD and feature a 1280x720p HD display.
DROID Bionic. I know a few people will be more than happy to hear and see this so I'll cut the chase and show everything in the video below.
HTC Runnymede have surfaced yet again and sources are claiming it will be called the HTC Bass. Maybe HTC has been telling Dre to hit that beat and he's answered with some bass. We recently received the full spec sheet of the Runnymede and more on that can be seen here. Who thinks the Runnymede will have a nice bassline?
HTC Vigor has finally popped its head out again for everyone to get a quick look. With no surprise here it looks a bit similar to most of the recent HTC offerings, although that isn't a bad thing as they have stellar build quality. This isn't the first time we've seen this 1.5 Ghz dual-core powered LTE rocking phone either. More details after the break.
HTC acquired Beats Audio with the intentions of bringing better audio fidelity to HTC Android phones. We have heard tons of news regarding this the past few weeks, and just this morning HTC announced the HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio. Apparently those smart developers have beat HTC to the punch and have developed a Desire HD rom with Beats Audio integration, details below.