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.
The economical Desire line keeps chugging along as HTC just announced four new handsets for Taiwan, The Desire 300, Desire 501, Desire 601, and Desire 700. The Desire 700 seems to be an affordable version of the One and it has dual-SIM capability (HSPA and GSM/EDGE).
As I notice there are some users who messed up his Desire X Dual SIM because of flashing a Single SIM Desire X ROM and unable to revert to stock, I present you the STOCK Jelly Bean with Sense 4+ for Desire X Dual SIM
For anyone want to use this ROM as his base for a Custom ROM, go ahead no need to PM me for permission
STOCK Jelly Bean with Sense 4+ build 2.21.707.3 for Desire X Dual SIM
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 original HTC Desire is credited with kickstarting the explosive growth of the Android ecosystem in Australia after it launched through Telstra in April 2010. Now HTC and Telstra are trying the same trick again with the launch of the son of Desire. But in a much more crowded smartphone marketplace can they re-kindle the magic? Read on to find out.