Posts tagged HTC Desire
Are you the resident of Pakistan? Do you love HTC products? Well, if your answer to both of these questions is ‘YES’, then now it is your time to get lucky. How? Well, HTC Pakistan has decided to give it’s fortunate users an exceptional offer which they cannot resist. Read the offer after the break.
The title of the post doesn’t paint a pretty picture does it, particularly if you own a HTC Desire? Engadget reports that Telstra, the Australian carrier of HTC Desire plans on rolling out a Gingerbread update that will be free of HTC’s innovative custom UI, HTC Sense.
We have got some good news for Desire owners. In the latest update from HTC it is confirmed that the company will now serve HTC Desire users with a Gingerbread update along with HTC Sense experience.
A very sad news for all HTC Desire owners, HTC UK recently has made a very disappointing announcement on their Facebook Page that there will be no Android 2.3 update for HTC Desire.
Geekword proudly presents The Desire Family Show. Today’s show is filled with abundance of action and thrill, featuring – HTC Desire, HTC Desire Z, HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire S, this show will be a classical piece of entertainment. So grab your pop-corns and hold your drinks for the Desire family show is about to begin.
They are Android, they are by HTC and they both identically have a letter ‘S’ at the end of their names. Oh yes, today is the time to get yourself thrilled by the comparison of two amazingly stylish gadgets recently introduced by HTC – Desire S and Incredible S.
The question of when will HTC Desire get Gingerbread has been on the top of our minds ever since Gingerbread went live in December 2010. ThreeUK has posted a tweet on their official twitter account which reveals that the carrier will roll out Android 2.3/2.4 update for Gingerbread in late April or early May.
I have said it before and I will dare say it again: When it rains Honeycomb ports, it pours. This morning saw the exciting development of Nexus One getting an early Honeycomb build. XDA developer coolexe, who was inspired by this very hacking act has brought Android 3.0 to one of the most popular smartphones of 2010, HTC Desire.
Have we got good news for our proud HTC Desire owners or what? HTC representative who was at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, told CNET that HTC will be rolling out Gingerbread for the very popular HTC Desire, which we have referred to as the perfected version of Nexus One.
Well Well Well! What we have here? Look who decided to show up in Vodafone Germany’s inventory system. It’s none other than HTC Desire successor, HTC Desire 2. The phone wasn’t shy of posing in front of the camera either which leads us to the image shown below.