Taiwanese handset manufacturer High Tech Computer Corporation has announced that two of their older key mobile phones, last year’s Desire HD and early this year’s Incredible S, are having an major update rolled out in the UK. This is to the current Android ‘Gingerbread‘ 2.3.5 version, and the HTC Sense 3.0 overlay to that very OS.
Solely owned Sony company Sony Ericsson has unveiled that all of their Xperia Android handsets are now able to have 50GBof Internet storage, for life.
Popular Windows Phone and Android developer’s forum xda-developers.com has had one of its members port the very latest version of the Google mobile phone OS, to the three-year-old HTC G1 mobile phone.
Developed by HTC
Technology news and analysis website All Things D has published details that Facebook is working on a mobile phone, in collaboration with HTC who has codenamed the handset Buffy.
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One Mobile Ring has been contacted by an O2 HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7 handset owner, who has received an update to their mobile phone last week from O2 – which has resulted in a constantly changing MAC address, affecting WIFI access on the device.
With Beats audio
American on-line mobile phone news site pocketnow.com has published an image and details of the yet-to-be-announced HTC quad core tablet, known by the codename of Quattro.
With another four cores
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Technology news site Engadget has published an image and details of the HTC Zeta, which is said to contain a Quad Core 2.5GHz processor.
Alongside the HTC Edge
Popular on-line mobile news and commentary site BGR has obtained details of a yet-to-be-announced HTC mobile phone known as Ville, which reportedly due to be launched at Mobile World Congress in February – with a chassis that is thinner than the iPhone 4S.
With an Edge
American on-line mobile phone news site pocketnow.com has published a press image of the yet to be announced HTC Edge, which is reported to be the world’s first mobile phone to arrive with a four core processor.