HTC is the first among major manufacturers of Android phones to offer three-dimensional glass-free display naming it HTC EVO 3D. The newest member of HTC’s EVO series features a 4.3-inch qHD display, 5MP dual cameras and 1.3MP front-facing camera for video chat.
What’s more, it is powered by the latest Android platform, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread, as well as the powerful dual-core 1.2GHz processor. And most of all, it works with the latest 4G technology – WiMAX from Sprint. Will HTC EVO 3D live up to its claim of giving new heights in mobile technology or is it just a publicity stunt? Continue reading →
Steve Jobs has resigned as chief executive of Apple, he was responsible for turning the company into one of the world’s most recognizable brands. Jobs has been on indefinite leave since January because of an unspecified medical condition.
Samsung is considered as the best brand in smartphone and smartphone’s technology. This brand has also affected the sales of most known brand i.e. Apple. In month of May, Samsung has launched its smartphone called the Samsung Infuse 4G. This phone has become popular in very less time because of its latest technology and features.
HTC Desire S, the official successor to the Desire, joins a growing camp of Android 2.3-enabled smartphones that’s slathered over with the HTC’s 2.1 sense interface. How does it stand out amidst its siblings? First things first, while the other devices in the Desire lineup set out with niche features (Desire HD with its huge, built-for-entertainment 4.3-inch screen, Desire Z with its slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard), the Desire S was built to sit somewhere in between, offering balance between portability and performance.
The Android world has been stuck by dual core processors. After the LG Optimus 2x and Samsung Galaxy SII, now HTC has come up with a similar device. On paper, the spec sheet of the HTC Sensation looks very similar to the Samsung GS2’s. A 4.3-inch capacitive display, Android v2.3, dual core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 8MP camera, etc. Loaded with the HTC Sense 3, the home screen interface is re¬freshing. We had to drag the ring upwards to unlock the screen and could also customize four shortcuts that can be launched from the lock screen by dragging it to the ring at the bottom. Even the weather app powered by Accuweather had better graphics and close-to-accurate predictions.