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HTC One V

HTC One V

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One of the members of the new HTC One line is precisely the smartphone HTC One V, a more accessible model and that counts as operating system Android 4.0 version. The measures of this edition are 4.74 x 2.35 x 0.36 and weighs 115 g.

HTC One V

The screen that integrates is 3.7 inches with resolution of 480 x 800 pixels with pixel density of 252 ppi with complementary characteristics that indicate light sensor, proximity sensor, and scratch-resistant glass. The processor is single-core of 1 GHz, with RAM memory is 512 mb, and built-in storage capacity is 4 GB expandable to 32.Read More »HTC One V

HTC One X

HTC One X

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HTC One X

The new HTC One X stands for hardware specifications since it includes a 1.5 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor also incorporates 1 GB of RAM and storage capacity of 32 Gb.

Another relevant aspect is the screen of 4.7 inches with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels with features like a pixel density of 312 ppi, S-LCD technology, plus light sensor, proximity sensor and scratch-resistant glass. The physical specifications indicate dimensions of 69.9 x 134.36 x 8.9 mm and weighing 130 grams and available in gray or black.Read More »HTC One X

HTC ChaCha

HTC ChaCha Overview

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The HTC ChaCha is an Android Qwerty smartphone, but unlike any other it’s got a dedicated Facebook button and is in a typical Blackberry form factor. The landscape screen orientation along with the Qwerty keyboard and dedicated Facebook button make the ChaCha a potential social messaging smartphone to rival all others.

HTC ChaCha

Whether or not it will succeed is yet to be seen. I was lucky enough to be invited by Three to a meetup for the ChaCha and get my hands on the handset. The initial impressions are pretty good. It’s a lot smaller than it looks in the pictures. It’s not as flimsy or light as I thought it might be. I’ll be testing it out in the coming weeks to see exactly how this handset performs on it’s main selling points; Facebook integration and messaging.Read More »HTC ChaCha Overview

HTC Hero

HTC Hero Announced – Lives Up To Hype

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HTC announced their latest Android powered handset the “Hero”, now don’t expect it to perform miracles or save lives on demand, but do expect to be wowed and intrigued and maybe a little lustful. Like the HTC Magic it’s a fully touch screen handset without a physical keyboard running on Android, but this is where most of the comparisons stop. The design is more reminiscent of it’s older brother the T-Mobile G1, and in keeping with the branding T-Mobile is aptly calling this the G1 Touch, whilst Orange will be calling it the Hero (probably).

HTC Hero

The handset is very slim, has an angled bottom and bevelled edges and includes a Teflon coated screen to stop fingerprints sticking to it, as the main input method will be touch this is a very good addition. The screen itself is a 3.2 inch HVGA (320×480) display which also supports multi-touch. Also included is a 3.5mm proper stereo headset audio jack and a bumped up auto focus 5 Mega Pixel camera (but still no flash) and MicroSDHC support of 16GB expandable memory. HSPA is also included which will support 2 Mbps up-link and 7.2 Mbps down-link speeds.Read More »HTC Hero Announced – Lives Up To Hype

HTC Sapphire 2.0

HTC Sapphire 2.0 to be G2 Handset

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HTC Sapphire 2.0

We have your usual blurry, poor quality spy leaked pics here of the HTC Sapphire 2.0, which itself can be found on the leaked HTC 2009 roadmap. Looking at the picture it looks very much to be the successor to the G1. There are key differences between both handsets; it’s slimmer, sleeker, does not have a physical keyboard.Read More »HTC Sapphire 2.0 to be G2 Handset

HTC Touch HD

HTC Touch HD Unveiled

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HTC has taken the wraps off it’s awesome looking Touch HD handset which was leaked last week and boy does it look sleek! It seems the previous leaked images and specs were pretty spot on! It’s got some serious features to show off, including 7.2Mbps 3G – nice!

HTC Touch HD

Unfortunately it will run on Windows Mobile 6.1 and have the TouchFlo 3D user interface.

Enjoy music videos, films and streaming like you never thought possible on a mobile device. Experience internet browsing so exhilarating… it feels like you never left your laptop at home. It’s all delivered to you on a pixel-packed 3.8” WVGA screen and seamlessly tied together with touch-responsive TouchFLO 3D.

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