Posts tagged HTC Sense
What will you call the younger brother of HTC Desire? Desire junior? You can call it by any name you like. However HTC folks have named it HTC Wildfire. Before you start thinking on the wrong lines, let me tell you the specs set is still amazing. The Taiwanese cell phone manufacturers are looking to promote this device as a social networking gadget for the young guns, something which Microsoft adopted for its recently launched social networking phone, Kin. More details on the specifications after the jump.
Here comes the news many Canadians have been waiting for. The super duper HTC Desire is coming to your land with Telus as usual performing the carrier duties. Don’t be surprise if you hear the name HTC Triumph used instead of HTC Desire because this is the name by which the Canadian carriers will be offering the cell phone.
Here at Geekword, we have written a number of posts focusing on the extremely sexy looking HTC HD2. I just thought why don’t we do something different but similar. A review of the Windows Mobile 6.5 device was one of the thing that came up my mind since it will highlight the plus points as well as the shortcomings of the device. So sit back and read the review after the break.
Back in February, HTC while announcing the trio of new cool devices, introduced the new HTC Sense or an update to the Sense UI whatever works with you. One cool feature that is included in the latest update of HTC Sense is Leap View, which of course is available for you HTC Desire folks as well. Leap view is a pretty useful feature that offers you thumbnail view of all your Homescreens ( which are 7) in one place, and allows you to open the desired homescreen by tapping it. The question of how to use the HTC Sense Leap View is answered after the jump.
If you follow Geekword regularly, then you must be aware of our deep rooted love for a trio of HTC devices that were announced at the Mobile World Congress 2010. HTC Legend is one of those devices. The HTC Hero successor has it all be it hardware related or shape related. Of course HTC Sense takes the attraction meter of the device to a whole new level. So, in this post we will be sharing with you a video demo of how the Sense UI works for this cool Android powered device. Video after the jump.
HTC at Mobile World Congress 2010 unveiled three new HTC devices namely HTC Legend, HTC HD Mini and last but not the least HTC Desire. As a matter of fact, the big brother of Nexus One, was the most powerful device of the lot . Folks at TechRadar decided to review the Android 2.1 powered device and the review was totally awesome and full of praises as they called it a phenomenal phone and liked pretty much everything about it both inside (1 GHz processor) and outside (Leap View, sexy UI) and didn’t find any bad side to it.
Have you ever heard about HTC Sense? Yes, the UI customization utility from HTC that allows you to give your Windows Mobile the look you love and want for your mobile device. One thing among many that is admirable about HTC Sense is the cool looking HTC Clock. What if I say you can bring the cool clock to your Windows 7 or Vista powered machine?.
This might be one of the shortest posts I would have ever written. But here it goes. HTC Legend User Manual and Quick Guide has been made available for everyone to see. A big thank goes to ohyeahar of XDA for discovering this little gem. The guidance material are available in various langauges including English, French, German, Spanish and Dutch.
Do you own a Droid Eris? In either case – you would be pleased to know that Verizon has started rolling out the much awaited Android 2.1 update for the sexy looking handset from HTC. To make things more interesting, the update will be bringing HTC Sense UI with it. However it appears that the update hasn’t reached a large audience. Some users confirm the arrival of update while others are still waiting get the latest Android on their mobile phone.
By now you would be aware that HTC Desire has been announced at the Mobile World Congress. The 3.7-inch AMOLED display presents you with an unmatched viewing experience. The 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor delivers superfast web browsing and amazing multimedia. All of this power is wrapped up with the most intuitive user experience – HTC Sense. The official video of HTC Desire can be seen after the jump.