HTC’s new Android handset, the Desire, is a Nexus One beating handset that likewise beats the iPhone 3GS in many ways, but will it be enough to beat the upcoming iPhone “A+” update?
on 03/25/2010 – Made popular on 03/25/2010
You might be forgiven for thinking the HTC Desire Z is the misunderstood second cousin in the HTC litter. When the Taiwanese manufacturer already has the Desire, the Desire HD, the Desire S and more, it’s hard to get your head around just why you should care about the Desire Z. But the Desire Z truly offers something the other models don't -- a physical keyboard.
We have good news for the people interested in pickup up the HTC Desire 610 in the United States. According to @evleaks, AT&T will be carrying the device when it reaches here. As of now, it is unknown if other carriers will elect to offer the Desire 610. This mid-range handset will have a 4.7-inch qHD display and a Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.6GHz with 1GB of RAM.
The iPhone is tracking your every move, and secretly logging this information to a file kept on the handset. When you sync your handset with your PC or Mac, that file is copied over to your system. Anyone with access to your handset or computer could get their hands on this information.How uneasy does that make you feel?
A recently leaked image from Verizon’s internal system suggests that the carrier could be prepping to release another HTC-manufactured device later this year. Dubbed the Desire 4G LTE, HTC’s newest handset sheds the usual “Droid” branding, which infers that it could aimed at the lower-end of the market.
A new report from South Korean publication ET News says the iPhone 6, which it calls “iPhone Air,” will be just 6 millimeters thick when it is unveiled later this year, making the handset significantly thinner than its predecessors.