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When it comes to Android vs. Apple iOS comparisons, fans of the small green machine have a lot of ammunition they can lob at Apple. Devices tend to be more expensive, other phones often offer more advanced features late in the iPhone's upgrade cycle, and Android phones often have microSD slots for expandable storage. A recent investigation into long-term device support has shone a spotlight on one area where Apple products leave the Android equivalents eating dust: software updates. The situation is honestly worse than we suspected when we alluded to device manufacturers' being entirely focused on short-term profits and quick phone launches. All of the Apple hardware currently for sale, including... Read more...
Nokia World is going on in London right now, but that's not stopping rival HTC from holding their own event in the same city. This morning (in the U.S.), the company responsible for the Droid Incredible and many, many other Android phones has announced two new smartphones for the European market along with a revised Sense and a Sense web portal, HTCSense.com. The Desire HD is the starlet, and basically, it's an EVO 4G for the European crowd. Minus the 4G, of course. There's a 4.3" LCD display, Dolby/SRS sound, a 1GHz Qualcomm 8255 Snapdragon processor, 8MP camera, 720p HD video recording and the new HTC Fast Boot that enables people to quickly make a call or check emails by shortening the time... Read more...
A video of an upcoming high-end smartphone from HTC has leaked. Details and pictures of the upcoming smartphone known as the HTC Desire HD have leaked, though nothing has been officially confirmed by the smartphone manufacturer. Despite no official word from HTC, we already know quite a bit about this upcoming phone. For starters, the Desire HD appears to be similar to the high-end HTC EVO 4G but for GSM-based carriers. The Desire HD will feature a 4.3-inch WVGA touchscreen and will reportedly run on Google Android 2.2 with a 1GHz processor. Other specs include an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 4GB of internal storage, and a possible unibody aluminum design. Based on videos and images,... Read more...
Google's Nexus One made waves in the smartphone industry. Big waves. Everyone knew that the phone was constructed by HTC but labeled by Google, and now it looks like HTC has revealed their own version of the Nexus One: the Desire.Launched at Mobile World Congress, this ultra-sleek smartphone is basically a modified Nexus One, complete with a sensor key instead of a trackball and HTC's own "Sense" overlay atop Android 2.1. Most of the specifications remain in tact, as this one features a 3.7" AMOLED WVGA display, Flash 10.1 support, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a rear camera with flash and a Home, Menu, Back and Search hard key below the screen.The biggest reason to choose this over Google's Nexus... Read more...