Sense UI

HTC Desire for T-Mobile UK Getting Android 2.2 in September

The roll out for Android 2.2, or Froyo, has gone relatively better than expected. It's managed to make its way to some devices that many didn't think would get it until the end of the year (like, Christmas time), and we've even seen a device officially launch with the updated mobile Operating System. With that being said, though, there's still plenty of folks out there waiting for their update. For example, T-Mobile UK customers out there with the HTC manufactured Desire? They're still waiting.

HTC G2 Blaze for T-Mobile Seen on Walmart’s Site

We know that, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that T-Mobile is launching the G2. We've even seen it in pictures now. But, there's something odd about Walmart showing it off on their website. We may be speaking for just ourselves here, but seeing a high profile device, especially one as high profile as the G2 "Blaze" here, listed in full glory (without a picture of its own, though), just seems foreign and unnatural.

HTC Desire Upgraded to Android 2.2 Next Week?

The HTC Desire is one of those devices that, the moment you look at it, you just know it should be running the latest and greatest software. It's just got that look and feel. And, while it may have the same specifications as the Nexus One, there's one big thing that keeps it from getting updates as fast as that vanilla-based device. HTC's Sense UI. Well apparently it's not too bad, because according to some recent tweets from HTC's Regional Director, Mark Moon, Android 2.2 may be coming next week.

HTC EVO 4G to receive Android 2.2 in near future

It has been confirmed by Spring that an update for the HTC EVO 4G is currently being worked on. The update will for the WiMAX-capable smartphone will receive the Android 2.2 Froyo, heard in rumours earlier this week. This update will give the EVO flash support on its browser, Bluetooth voice dialing, an improvement on Exchange ActiveSync support, similar to other devices with Android 2.2.

HTC Aria for AT&T Arriving in Some Stores Early

So much for a release date, right? Originally scheduled to go on sale June 20th (and we're sure AT&T's still sticking to that date), it looks like a few lucky stores out there in the United States have begun to get their hands on the new Sense UI device. Thanks to a tipster, who managed to grab quite a few shots of the new device, unboxed, we can confirm that at least one device, somewhere, made it to a store and broke cover early.

Fancy Widget for Android

No your eyes are not deceiving you, this isn’t the return of the original HTC Sense knockoff Beautiful Widgets. The screenshot is of a new entry in the Android Widget market, Fancy Widget. It bears a striking resemblance to the original Beautiful Widget.

myTouch 3G Slide Pricing

We’ve heard so much about this phone lately except for the most important aspect, the pricing. That mystery has been solved with the latest leak to our friends over at Tmonews. It’s a pretty good deal if you ask me. It will be cheaper than the “Superphones” of today and given the fact that it only has a 600MHZ processor, this is a good move from T-Mobile.

How To Turn Off Sense on The EVO 4G

One of the best features of Sense UI devices is the ability to turn it off and use Vanilla Android. For some reason there are a few newer Sense devices that don’t allow this. Luckily the EVO isn’t one of them, you can turn off Sense in the HTC EVO 4G.

Sprint HTC EVO 4G Hitting Shelves June 4th for $199

If you were waiting for some official wording from Sprint about the HTC EVO 4G's release date, today's the day you've been waiting for. Sprint held their EVO event tonight, and they spilled the beans on a lot of the handset's functionality, which included some demonstrations at the event of features that the majority of people are waiting for. Like video calling.

myTouch 3G Will Get 2.1

According to techland, they had a meeting with Andrew Sherrard, the VP of Production Innovation for T-Mobile and he confirmed that the mytouch 3G will indeed receive the Android 2.1 update. Its currently being tested all we have to do now is wait for the OTA.
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