A few months still stand between HTC fans and their ration of Ice Cream Sandwich goodness, but time be damned. The fine folks at XDA have done it again, this time managing to get their hands on a very early version of HTC’s Sense UI based on Ice Cream Sandwich.
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EVO 3D and Sensation owners, rejoice! CyanogenMod 7, the leading name in Android Open Source Project ROMs, has finally been made available for your devices.
Released just yesterday, Alpha versions of the stock Android Gingerbread-based ROM can be downloaded from either XDA or RootzWiki. Both ROMs are in the same stage of development, and both ... Read More »
Anyone searching for a new phone on AT&T should give the HTC Inspire 4G a long, hard look. It doesn’t feature a dual-core processor and 1 GB RAM like the Atrix 4G, but not everyone needs a high-end phone and HTC has packed some awesome features into the Inspire 4G.
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A regular poster over on Sprintusers.com, r0fl, just outed a crystal clear image of the upcoming HTC Evo Shift 4G and finally shows off its keyboard in glorious detail.
The phone is sporting a case which throws off the dimensions a little, but it’s a safe bet that if you have seen the ... Read More »
HTC is completely revamping their Sense UI and taking it to a whole new level. What started out as a merely a skin on top of Android is now turning into a whole new level of service with all of your phone’s media, texts and data being backed up to their soon to be released ... Read More »
At first we thought the Desire HD might not make it to our shores, but HTC has confirmed it will be shipping in North America later this year. We already know the Desire HD is HTC’s fastest Android phone, but we haven’t spent much time talking about all the new features packed ... Read More »
Google released the source code for Android 2.2 last month and Nexus One owners have already been treated to the latest firmware via an over the air update. Outside of Google’s official Android phone, other customers could be waiting months.
The problem (or is it a feature?) with other Android phones is the multiple ... Read More »
AT&T customers will get their first taste of an Android 2.1 device when the HTC Aria goes on sale later this month. This mid-range Android phone features almost identical insides of recent HTC phones like the Legend and Slide mixed with the design of their Windows-powered HD Mini.
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It just makes sense. T-Mobile spent a ton of time and money customizing HTC’s Sense UI for their upcoming myTouch 3G Slide and they will be bringing it to multiple devices. Techland scored a meeting with Andrew Sherrard, the VP of Production Innovation for T-Mobile, who revealed that first generation myTouch 3G owners will ... Read More »
20 new screens of the Espresso Sense UI featured on the new myTouch 3G Slide.