HTC has officially announced their switch from AMOLED to SLCD displays for the Nexus One and HTC Desire. Low supplies of the Samsung sourced AMOLED display has led to manufacturing delays for several HTC handsets.
The new SLCD displays from SONY offer boarder viewing angles, improved battery performance and improved visibility in direct sunlight. ... Read More »
As we all know, low supplies of AMOLED screens has been hindering sales for HTC for nearly two months. Verizon burned through their initial shipment of the DROID Incredible within a few days and has struggled to get more in stock. Though a handful of customers have been receiving the DROID Incredible in the ... Read More »
To what lengths would you go to extend the battery life of your Android phone? Would you switch your display to night-vision mode if it could reduce the power consumption in half?
Android engineer Jeff Sharkey has discovered a fun hack that a allows you to power each specific color channel (red, green, ... Read More »
Don’t expect to find an AMOLED display on your next smartphone, unless you plan on buying a Samsung device. A new report from The Korea Herald states that HTC will be forced to remove the AMOLED displays found in several of their popular Android phones including the Nexus One, Desire, and Incredible.
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The HTC EVO 4G and Motorola Droid X are both awesome, second-generation Android phones and have their own exciting features, but the Samsung Galaxy S line of phones has a few specs we might call third-gen and it could still come out on top as the hottest smartphone this summer.
For starters, ... Read More »
Those in the market for a new Android phone have quite a daunting task ahead of them. Back in the day (only a about a year ago), customers simply had to choose between the touch-only HTC Magic and Samsung Galaxy and the QWERTY equipped HTC Dream. Internal specifications for all three handsets were pretty much ... Read More »
The hottest topic the last few days has been the leaked HTC 1H 2010 roadmap which included five new Android handsets. A couple of the phones had been previously spotted in the 20 HTC product names that were revealed last week and some were a complete surprise.