a CM9 port, you'll soon be able to rock Ice Cream Sandwich on your gigantic proto-superphone along with HTC Sense 4.0 - just as nature intended.
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ePrice found that if they paired certain Bluetooth headsets with the HTC One X, they could operate the shutter mechanism on the camera by pressing button combinations on the headset. It's a useful little trick, and one that's strangely absent from all the HTC documentation we've seen thus far. It's possible, but not confirmed, that the trick could work with the other HTC One phones as well.
HTC One S, a device that brings the full power of the HTC One series made to compete with the best of the best. This device runs Android 4.0.3 right out of the box, has Sense 4.0 (made specifically for the Ice Cream Sandwich environment) and has hardware that backs up the promise of the user interface. This beast is backed up by no less than the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor, otherwise known as Krait and MSM8260A in this case, and ushers in a new era for smartphone cameras as well with not only assistance from the Snapdragon but another chip by the name of HTC Image Chip. Will this member of the One family live up to the new HTC promise?
a Sense 4.0 port to the Samsung Nexus S. It's rather uncommon to see Sense ported to any other device that didn't originally ship with it - so seeing it on the Nexus S will be refreshing to fans of the slick UI.
swamp goblin. Currently the port is in a pre-alpha state, meaning it's about as buggy as a week-old BLT on the sidewalk.