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HTC Droid Incredible 2 struts its stuff in leaked press shots?

8 Apr

If you had any doubts about HTC’s Incredible S electronic gadgets making it to our shores, they’re probably dissipating as we speak — not only has the phone obtained Verizon’s shiny red checkmark, it’s now got the robotic eye of Sauron staring at us with ferocious intensity. PocketNow obtained these pictures of the likely Droid Incredible 2 electronic gadgets without naming so much as an anonymous source, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s Verizon’s way of reminding us that the handset is rapidly on its way to market.

Update: Android Central got hold of some new shots of the actual phone itself, which shows off its model number ADR6350 and firmware 2.2.1. Thanks, Bla1ze.



HTC Arrive review

1 Apr

Though it was teased late last year — on the same day that HTC announced its very first Windows Phone 7 devices, in fact — the company’s QWERTY-packing 7 Pro has taken its sweet time to make it to American airwaves; in the process, it’s gone through a name change and picked up the first big platform update from Microsoft. The phone we now know as the Arrive is finally available from Sprint, becoming the first Windows Phone 7 tech gadgets available on a CDMA network. These days, it’s pretty unusual for an HTC handset — or a handset on any American carrier, really, regardless of manufacturer — to take this long to make it to subscribers’ hands after announcement, but in this case, Sprint’s hands were tied: Microsoft simply didn’t support CDMA initially, which explains why both AT&T and T-Mobile have been enjoying a selection of models from Samsung, LG, Dell, and HTC alike while Sprint and Verizon have been patiently twiddling their thumbs.

The CDMA dry spell’s over, though; the Arrive marks just the first of what should be several Redmond-powered phones over the course of 2011. Is it a fitting first effort? And how does it fare against the GSM models that beat it to market?

Read more http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/31/htc-arrive-review/

HTC EVO 3D coming to Europe, keeping the sexy name and specs

29 Mar

Earlier this year, HTC allowed its previously Verizon-exclusive brand name out to prowl the globe with the Incredible S, and now it’s doing the same with the heretofore Sprint-only EVO moniker. The EVO 3D tech gadgets, says a tweet from HTC’s French mouthpiece, are coming to the land of baguettes, stylish mustaches and stripy pullovers, though a little bit of mystery remains as to when exactly its arrival shall be. Whatever the schedule (the EVO 3D’s set for a “summer” release in the US), the rest of Europe’s unlikely to be left out, meaning a 4.3-inch superphone with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1080p video recording in 2D and 720p in 3D, HTC’s newest Sense skin and Android’s freshest Gingerbread build, is headed out to the Old Wold. And that, fellow pilgrims, is a mighty awesome thing indeed.


Source from Engadget

HTC Thunderbolt Reviews

24 Mar

The HTC Thunderbolt is a fabulous phone that is famed for its superb look and working capabilities. The first thing that we notice in this phone is, it’s not a GSM phone and works only in 2G and 3G networks. It has a dimension of 122 x 66 x 13 mm and it is only 164 grams in weight. Thunderbolt tech gadgets have an outstanding 4.3 inch TFT touch screen display. The phone runs on Android v2.2 operating system. This dazzling device features two cameras with the primary camera being an eight mega pixel camera with dual-LED flash and auto focus and the secondary camera is 1.3 mega pixels. HTC Thunderbolt is truly a wonderful phone.

HTC Arrive to hit Sprint via pre-order

16 Mar

HTC’s Arrive smartphone is also known as the 7 Pro, where it will be available for pre-order from Wirefly for a mere $49 a pop. Now is that cheap, or is it cheap? This new handset did point towards a $199.99 price point during its announcement, but Wirefly has done a pretty good job in lowering the price point that offers Windows Phone 7 smartphone with slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Of course, more savvy consumers would probably know by now that there is a catch attached to this deal, where you will need to sign up for a new Sprint account on a 2-year deal. Basically, even if you’re an existing Sprint user, you will have to either terminate the old account or get a new account if you’re feeling flush. Current eligible Sprint subscribers are also able to take the upgrade path by picking up the Arrive for $149.99. Coolest electronic gadgets!

Source from: Ubergizmo