All vendors are looking closely at the new features of Ice Cream Sandwich and eager to announce their update plans for their devices. HTC,as one of the largest mobile phone vendor of course will let this chance pass away with an statement that our goal is to upgrade as many HTC devices as possible and we’ll be sharing details on specific devices and timing in the coming weeks! Recently, news leaked from the website shows that 12 HTC smartphones will update to android 4.0. These sets: HTC Sensation (XL,XE,Original), HTC EVO 3D,HTC Incredible S,HTC Desire HD,HTC Flyer, HTC Rhyme, HTC Desire S,HTC Salsa,HTC Desire Z and Google Nexus One are on the list. It seems … Continue
Another HTC-branded device emerges out and we feel comforted that everyday flagship smartphone is not the phrase to define it, not a HTC Holiday revealed yesterday nor a HTC Lead exposed today, but HTC Puccini, an android 3.0 tablet. Actually, it is not the first time that HTC Puccini comes to the public sight but with few details to know. Now HTC Puccini has something more to let us know.
HTC Puccini promises to feature a1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8660 dual-core processor, a 10-inch display with resolution of 1280*800, android 3.0. Besides, HTC Puccini also sports LTE 4G network, 1080p HD video playback and HTML 5. This tablet is reportedly customized by AT&T. Still, there … Continue
Braving the harsh competition with dominating iPad 2, hot Asus EeePad Transformer and Acer Iconia W500, HTC Flyer, as the first attempt of this smartphone manufacture in tablet PC market, will hit Taiwan officially tomorrow. Flyer, a codename fully carrying HTC’s good expectation, is anticipated to soar up to the sky in sales. It is estimated that 1.5 million units of HTC Flyer will be shipped during this year and possibly earn HTC a substantial revenue of 3 billion Taiwan dollars.
HTC Flyer comes with a portable size of 7 inch, android Gingerbread instead of Honeycomb as OS, a fast 1.5GHz single-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of flash storage, 1024*600 as the screen resolution, … Continue
You may frown at my fuss about an android 2.3 tablet PC. I know what’s in your mind: even android 3.0 tablets, say Motorola Xoom, are moving around in USA and European countries, and who will care whether on earth there is android 2.3 tablets at all. Bingo! I am not flaunting here how awesome an android 2.3 tablet but simply feel delighted at the fact that for the first time tablet PC is followed by android 2.3 instead of android 2.2 in my blog title. But the fact that Google decided not to disclose the source code of android 3.0 in the near future will surely frustrate lots of tablet PC makers and we will be unable … Continue