We always enjoy software updates on our phones, especially when carriers and OEMs push out update which fixes issues that were introduced in previous updates. T-Mobile and HTC have a new update available for the HTC Sensation 4G which improves the screen’s responsiveness, handset stability, introduces a new dictionary update for HTC Trace, but also ... Read More »
Tagged #android 2.3.4
The HTC EVO Design 4G has been on the market since October 23, bringing a solid Android experience to Sprint customers at a fairly affordable price. The handset doesn’t feature a dual-core processor, an extra-large display, an 8 megapixel camera or some of the bells and whistles found on phones like the Motorola DROID RAZR ... Read More »
The recent announcement (and preceding months of rumors) have most minds set on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This makes it hard for other manufacturers and products to compete. But if we take a look around, there are other outstanding devices to be had.
From the very first time we heard about the HTC Rhyme, it was clear it would be a phone unlike any other. HTC has a reputation of creating new phones with amazing features and specifications that are hard to rival. But the HTC Rhyme isn’t anything like the HTC EVO 3D, HTC Sensation or any ... Read More »
After 9 long months of waiting, the Motorola DROID Bionic is finally set to launch tomorrow on Verizon. The DROID Bionic marks a key milestone for Verizon, as it will be the first dual-core device to feature support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
If you own the HTC Sensation 4G or the HTC EVO 3D, keep an eye out for a new software update for your device. T-Mobile and Sprint have started pushing out the latest Android 2.3.4 build for the two devices along with a few handset specific fixes and enhancements. T-Mobile plans to complete the OTA ... Read More »
HTC Droid Incredible, that is. Gingerbread is the Android version to have, and manufacturers are continuously trying to get the latest OS on the newest devices. Some older devices are definitely capable of handling a Gingerbread update, though. Like the HTC Droid Incredible, one of the most loved devices Verizon has ever ... Read More »
Samsung Galaxy S II with slide-out physical keyboard coming to AT&T (Updated: Not the Galaxy S II after all / Verizon’s version coming too)
It’s been almost 3 months since the Samsung Galaxy S II was released in South Korea. Though this has been one of the most anticipated devices of the year and has been popping up all over the world, the US remains an exception. In the midst of rage and ... Read More »
We know some of you love those physical keyboards, and the selection of devices with this feature is becoming less abundant. Verizon (like most carriers) doesn’t have many options (mostly just the Motorola Droid family and the LG Ally). If you’ve been waiting for your next slide-out keyboard device, and don’t want to ... Read More »
Owners of T-Mobile’s Nexus S are waking up to a pleasant surprise this morning: T-Mobile has finally started to allow use of Google Talk’s video chat service over their 3G and HSPA+ networks.
When the service was originally launched for Android 2.3.4+ devices (read: Nexus S) back in May, owners of the Nexus S rejoiced at the thought ... Read More »