HTC just makes it really difficult to keep track of their products. I remember they said they will stop making lots of phones and focus on a few models. However, it's hard to remember each model of their phones. Why don't they make the model number/code easy to remember?
I need a clear and simple instruction to play those games. Bought GTA before but gave up because I didn't know how to play it. Reading instruction within the app is a pain in the butt.
Fujitsu is here
All I need to win is you
Please let me have you
Oops! Missed the condition. Here's my short poem:
I'm always a fan of you.
Let me win this one, can you?
Wow! I am always a fan of Fujitsu. Please let me win this.
I've been waiting for so long to be eligible to place a comment.
Love the manly design of this tablet. Please be nice to me and reward me one :-)
162 days ago in reply to Day 9: Win a Toshiba Excite 10
iPhone time is up!
Why they put the photo of HTC phone in here when they're talking about the Galaxy Nexus? Weird!
Keep checking but still not available in Australia for me :-(
My first and only one HTC phone was the Nexus One. Loved it. But for a long time HTC didn't change their design. Most of there phones look alike. Only the One X looks beautiful and caught my eyes, but not good enough for me to pick it over the Galaxy SIII.
Another negative thing about HTC phones is their Sense UI. I just hate the look of it. Boring. So boring and ugly. They should make something that catches your eyes. The arc at the bottom of the screen looks just like the sad smiley (same as the back of Ford cars). Looks sad and boring. I would sack the person who approved that design if I could. And they're still keeping it. It looks so down. No wonder why HTC is heading south.
Hopefully this new handset will offer some freshness in HTC design physically and internally.
166 days ago in reply to A closer look at the rumored HTC M7