HTC Vision

HTC Vision/G2 gets some Sense UI Gingerbread Love

As more and more phones get some tasty Gingerbread, Rom developers are busy doing everything they can to make sure everyone gets a taste. Over at VillainROM forums a dev by the name of HomerSp has put together some SenseGinger for all you HTC Vision owners, (aka the Desire Z or T-Mobile G2). This is a purely stock ROM of Gingerbread, with HTC's Sense UI both at the same time. HomerSp and VillainRom's are proud to present the first Sense UI Gingerbread ROM for the Vision.

T-Mobile G2 live photos leak [Updated]

The T-Mobile G2 has had its first live sighting, and it seemingly confirms what we suggested earlier in the week regarding the upcoming HSPA+ smartphone.  Engadget's tipster sent them a couple of photos of the handset, complete with T-Mobile branding, showing the G2 is basically the same as the HTC Vision. That means a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and an optical trackpad, as well as - we've heard - a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.  No word from T-Mobile on when exactly the G2 will launch, but they have promised more details in "the coming weeks". Update: Thanks to a second-set of images, we can now see the strange hinge mechanism that looks to lift the G2's display up and over the keyboard, rather than sliding it straight up.  No word on tilting, though, like the HTC Touch Pro2.

HSPA+ T-Mobile G2 teaser site launches

T-Mobile has launched a new teaser site for their latest Android smartphone, the T-Mobile G2 with Google.  The first HSPA+ capable smartphone to their network, details on the G2 are in short supply right now; only a vague outline of the handset has been shown, though we have heard various rumors about different T-Mobile devices in the past. That includes the T-Mobile G1 Blaze (aka the HTC Vision), a slider-QWERTY handset made by HTC and that would certainly fit in with the carrier's comments that the G2 is the "successor" of the original G1.  However, we've also heard talk of the T-Mobile myTouch HD, a large-screen version of the keyboard-free myTouch 3G. Both are believed to be part of T-Mobile's Project Emerald.  The carrier says it will release more information on the T-Mobiel G2 in the coming weeks, with existing subscribers getting early access to the Android handset. [via SlashGear]

HTC myTouch HD and G1 Blaze to Empower T-Mobile’s Project Emerald Later This Year?

T-Mobile's Project Emerald is still something of a sore subject for a few people out there. Sore, because we still have absolutely no idea what it is. Sure, there's plenty of speculation. Ranging from a new myTouch 3G, to something more akin to a powerhouse like the HTC Glacier, there's no quiet amidst this front. And, it's about to get a lot louder. According to a trusted source speaking with Phandroid, apparently Project Emerald isn't going to focus on one device, after all.

HTC Desire HD and Desire Z spotted at Vodafone Germany

Two new HTC smartphones have apparently been spotted in Vodafone Germany's database, and the names should be familiar from previous rumors.  According to BestBoyz, the HTC Desire HD (aka the HTC Ace) and the HTC Desire Z (aka the HTC Vision) are both imminently close to launch. The HTC Desire HD is tipped to have the 4.3-inch WVGA display of the HTC EVO 4G but cater for the UMTS/HSPA 3G networks of Europe.  It's also expected to use Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, along with an 8-megapixel camera capable of 720p HD video recording. As for the HTC Desire Z, that's been spotted before wearing T-Mobile branding, and is basically an HTC Desire with an added slide-out QWERTY keyboard.  That means a 3.7-inch display, 1GHz CPU and 5-megapixel camera. [via Pocket-lint]

HTC Vision caught with T-Mobile branding; will launch as G1 Blaze?

A new image of the HTC Vision - in which the Android smartphone is T-Mobile branded - has leaked, with Engadget's tipster suggesting that the handset may launch as the G1 Blaze.  The QWERTY Android phone supposedly has a 1GHz processor and 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen. Right now we don't know whether the Vision/G1 Blaze is intended for the US, Europe or both; last we heard, though, T-Mobile USA were looking at it for a September 2010 launch as their first HSPA+ smartphone.  That would make it the fastest wireless device on their network.

T-Mobile Will Launch HTC Vision with HSPA+ In September

According to some new rumors, the HTC Vision is launching this September at the same time as the HTC Vanguard. Also, reports suggest that the Vision will be T-Mobile's first HSPA+ device. HSPA+ basically means that the phone is going to be able to access data even faster than T-Mobile customers already can.

T-Mobile Sidekick to Reincarnate with Android?

You remember the Sidekicks that were offered by T-Mobile, right? It's been awhile since anyone's heard anything about Sidekick, considering it's been discontinued. Well, apparently not all good things stay dead, because rumors have it that the Sidekick line of devices may be reborn -- with Android under the hood.

QWERTY-toting HTC Vision leaks: Desire with a keyboard)

A new HTC smartphone has been spotted in the wild, and answering the prayers of many it's a hardware QWERTY device running Android.  The handset - believed to be the HTC Vision first described back in May - has a 3.7-inch touchscreen, 1GHz processor and a slide-out QWERTY 'board, and was caught by njuskalo.hr. There's also HTC's Sense UI and a large optical trackpad.  We're guessing they keyboard layout isn't finalised, as some of the function keys show generic icons rather than specific links to apps as they normally might.  According to the earlier leaks, the HTC Vision will basically be the HTC Desire with a physical keyboard, not something we'd be disappointed in seeing whatsoever. [via Engadget]

HTC Vision Marries the HTC Desire with Physical QWERTY Keyboard

There's no doubt that the HTC high-end devices out there are lacking one thing or another, but for most, that thing would be a physical keyboard. While HTC has done a bang-up job of making their software version easily accessible and fun to use, there's just something about being able to feel keys give way under your touch. Apparently HTC has been listening, because sure enough, it looks like they may have something in the works to make everyone happy.