HTC Desire Z

myTouch 4G Source Offered Up by HTC Aside Aria, Desire Z, Desire HD

Oh you lovers of the insides of phones, today is one of those good days. Good days for the HTC involved, that is, as several phones have had their Android source codes released via HTC's Developer Center per their agreement that they'll do so no matter what they're doing with Android, an open-source project. The phones on the block to be chopped and screwed are the myTouch 4G, Desire Z, Aria, and Desire HD. If you're a fan of any of those, we're looking at you myTouch 4G fans, we encourage you to explore the code and bring the community some lovely tidbits that we might feast upon them with joy.

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update Confirmed by HTC (sort of)

When asked by Marc Chacksfield of TechRadar wheather or not they'd be updating (specifically) their HTC Desire HD device to Gingerbread, HTC has stated they'd be updating a number of their devices. Does this mean that the Desire HD will be getting the update, or that because they didn't name it specifically, it'd be left out? Either way, "a number of devices" is exciting.

Vodafone to Stock HTC Desire Z

Although not yet available on the official Vodafone website, ads have begun to be released noting their intent on stocking the HTC Desire Z. It's "Perfect for business." For real, the slide-out QUERTY keyboard and 2.7" touchscreen and everything, all at your favorite red and white flavored phone service provider. It appears that it'll be on a plan at around £30 (plus VAT) per month on business tariffs, shiny as ever.

SlashGear Reviews HTC Desire Z

Our man in the field, Chris Davies, has his hands on an HTC Desire Z, the European version of the T-Mobile G2, and a full review is afoot! It looks basically all good as he notes that while the Android smartphone market continues to get more flooded, "the bar for what makes a great handset keeps getting higher." On the other hand, it seems as though you're going to want to go with the HTC Desire HD unless you've just gotta have that keyboard.

HTC Desire Z Unboxed by SlashGear [Video]

During an HTC event not too long ago, the company showed off their upcoming Android-based smartphones. The pair of devices, the Desire HD and the Desire Z, have their set of features that make them differ from one another, such as their physical attributes, but they've got one big feature that ties them together: the new Sense UI. So, if you've been waiting to see how the Desire Z looks out of the box, check out the full unboxing and hands-on preview of the device that SlashGear put together.

HTC Desire Z Spreads to Canada

Canadians running wild in their plaid boxer shorts and North of the Border themed Android Anticipation t-shirts is the scene in Canada today as Bell Canada announces that it will soon release the HTC Desire Z. This Desire is one of two we've had our hands on, clicking and flicking, and now all those folks up there above our heads will have the chance to rock around with them too. It's unknown how different this version of the Desire Z will be, if they'll be exactly the same as those available in the states or if the usual slew of complaints by abnormally disturbed customers will be rectified. Bell Canada can handle it, right?
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