HTC Pyramid Photos and Specs Leak Out, Android 2.4 Onboard

HTC Pyramid next to HTC Desire HD

T-Mobile has yet to make the upcoming HTC Pyramid official but that hasn’t stopped the device from leaking out in a set of photos paired with an exciting list of specifications that should lift the spirits of T-Mobile customers feeling down about the AT&T acquisition. Last week, the Pyramid leaked out in some renders that […]

HTC Flyer Coming to Sprint at CTIA as EVO View Tablet?


Engadget was tipped that Sprint is gearing up to announce an EVO View Tablet, which will further extend the carrier’s EVO lineup, which now includes the HTC EVO 4G and the HTC EVO Shift 4G. Though not much is known about the EVO View Tablet, the EVO branding perhaps suggest that the slate will be […]

HTC Flyer Tablet Debuts with Android 2.4 Gingerbread, Not Honeycomb


HTC’s first Android tablet, the HTC Flyer, which has been rumored for some time, is debuting at Mobile World Congress with Android 2.4, which will also be called Gingerbread like Android 2.3, and not the Android 3.0 version that is debuting on the recent crops of slate such as the Motorola Xoom and the LG […]

HTC Salsa Spices Up Android with Facebook


In addition to the HTC Cha Cha, HTC will be releasing another Facebook-centric Android phone in the name of the HTC Salsa. Utilizing a more traditional candybar touchscreen form-factor, the Cha Cha dances with a 3.4-unch HVGA display, making it a mid-range or entry-level phone offering, and with the Facebook integration and dedicated Facebook button, […]

Facebook Dances with HTC in Phone: HTC Cha Cha

HTC ChaCha 660x440 HTC ChaCha in the flesh at Mobile World Congress   A Facebook phone for the typing types

Facebook seems to be walking the line of not releasing a self-branded handset, but still wanting to be a pervasive experience that invades your phone. The social network giant is partnering with HTC to release the HTC Cha Cha, which was seen at Mobile World Congress, featuring a front-facing keyboard–similar to the T-Mobile Dash 3G–and […]

Rumor: Android 2.4 jumping ahead of 2.3


According to Pocket-Lint, Viewsonic is pushing out their ViewPad 4 smartphone with Android 2.4. The claimed reason they’re skipping ahead of the latest release, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, is to “ensure compatibility with dual-core apps”. Furthermore, they claim this version will retain the “Gingerbread” name, as dual-core compatibility will be the only change.