When the HTC Triumph came into our radar the first time, it was because it had appeared in an internal TELUS inventory screen. Well, now it’s getting a little bit more interesting, as a tipster has sent Mobile Syrup the
T-Mobile USA loves their project names, don’t they? Just as much Project Dark was a big mystery a few months back, now feast your eyes on what’s being whispered around now: Project Emerald. There’s a big, if not
U.S Cellular is a small regional company but they are building quite an impressive lineup of Android devices. They are already scheduled to release the HTC Desire now they have confirmed the release of the Samsung Acclaim. This
This has been a trend for HTC as of late. They have sold out of everything from Vodafone’s Nexus One, the HD2 and a few times with the desire. What’s going on with HTC, maybe they didn’t think their phones would be this
Holding out for the black version of the HTC Desire? Initially promised for the end of April by Orange UK, a combination of volcanic ash and firmware issues have seen the Android 2.1 smartphone delayed. Now, Android Community
Yesterday Modaco promised to release the instructions to root your HTC Desire. Well, today is the big day. If you’re ready to root your Desire and unleash its full potential, follow the instructions after the break.
The HTC Desire is still one of the most wanted Android devices available. Many of thought this device will not see the light of day here in the US. Luckily we were all wrong. US Cellar will be releasing the HTC Desire this July.
Yes, the saga continues. The launch of the HTC Desire in the UK has been a huge mess so far. First it’s ready to go, and then there has been delay after delay. T-Mobile may come to the rescues soon with this large shipment of
T-Mobile UK’s HTC Desire has only been in buyers’ pockets for a week or so, but already the carrier is warning owners to be ready for an OTA update. In a new post on the carrier’s support forum, T-Mobile says
We’re all aware of AT&T’s recent Android releases with certain Google apps removed or replaced. These are the most restricted Android devices on the market today. Orange may be following suit with their upcoming