Google has partnered with Sprint, Orange, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom (owner of T-Mobile US), and more alongside the GSMA to push for an improved messaging system to replace the aging and limited SMS/MMS service we currently use. The RCS (Rich Communications Services) standard will be used to achieve this.
With the use of RCS, a standard ... Read More »
The HTC One A9 isn’t official yet — that should happen on October 20 — but that hasn’t stopped the French carrier Orange from unveiling the device on their own site.
Orange has recently launched a dedicated landing page for the upcoming, but still unofficial, One A9 from HTC, showcasing the device in a variety ... Read More »
As expected, the HTC Desire C is now available in the UK and will soon make its way to other countries across Europe. The HTC Desire C is the latest budget-friendly Android 4.0 handset from HTC. When you say budget-friendly, we’re talking about a free phone paired with a £13 (roughly $20) monthly contract ... Read More »
Orange UK have announced this morning that they will be carrying the San Diego, the first European phone with Intel’s Medfield chipset, starting this June 6th. The device will launch as a pay as you go phone for £200 with £10 of credit, or on-contract starting at £15.50 per month for a two-year agreement. ... Read More »
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The HTC Desire C is official. HTC’s new entry-level Android 4.0 handset features a 3.5-inch HVGA (320 x 480) display, 600 MHz Qualcomm processor, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage, microSD card slot, 5 megapixel camera, Beats Audio, and a 1,230 mAh battery. For those who want to make sure they have ... Read More »
Folks in France will soon get a taste of Intel’s Medfield, Intel’s mobile chipset which could be about as powerful as Tegra 3 in many areas. The Santa Clara smartphone is heading to Orange later this spring, and thanks to German-based Caschys Blog, we now have some new benchmarks for the Medfield device. Caschy ran ... Read More »
Just yesterday we got a quick look at the leaked RUU for the HTC Endeavor and now we’re hearing that HTC has already secured a massive number of orders for the Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 handset. According to DigiTimes, the Chinese-language Economic Daily News is reporting that Vodafone, Orange and 18 other service providers ... Read More »
Not wanting to let Vodafone UK steal the show with the HTC Sensation; Three, Orange, O2, and T-Mobile all took the opportunity to let us know that they too will get the very anticipated phone. Both Orange and T-Mobile tweeted that they’ll get the phone in June, as soon as ... Read More »
Vodafone, T-Mobile UK, and Orange announce support for the Desire.
New Android phone features a portrait sized QWERTY keyboard and QVGA display.