It had come as a shock to HTC Desire S owners when the company cancelled its Android 4.0 update for the Desire devices without any warning whatsoever. Well, HTC had earlier offered Ice Cream Sandwich update for HTC Desire S and Desire HD. But it didn’t come through. And, it has been rumored that HTC took this decision due to the poor device performance by Desire HD.
HTC’s flagship One X is rumored to obtain a minor specification bump prior to the end of 2012. The re-vamped device will be known by its code name HTC Endeavor C2.
Phablet is not a smartphone or a tablet, it comes somewhere in between the two. And, after the arrival of Samsung’s Galaxy Note, the first of this kind, LG introduced their phablet Optimus Vu earlier this year in Korea. The device will soon be available in Japan.
As you know, speaker phones designed to work with our smartphones or MP3 players are mostly not very charming when used in outdoors. Braven seems to have realized that and the result is its new 625 series Blue tooth speakers with smart phone charger and speakerphone.
Sony Xperia P owners, it seems your wait for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update could end soon. We knew the phone would be updated to the new Android OS. But the company had not specified any date for the update. Now we have come across an entry in the Facebook page of Sony Mobile India that the update to Android 4.0 ICS will take place between 19 and 25 of August.
We were indeed shocked to learn that Nokia had considering Android as a back-up. Like the Finnish giant, Research in Motion also had plans at one point to adapt to the little green monster.
Now, this is awesome. More than eight million people have downloaded the Olympics Results app on their smartphone or tablet. Revealed by the CIO of the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG), the number shows the interest the app has generated.
Mega sporting events are the best place to showcase your new products. And there’s nothing bigger than Olympics.
For some time now, the tech world has been hotly discussing the processor that will be featured in HTC One X+. Earlier reports stated that the device will feature the new Nvidia quad-core Tegra 3+ processor that runs at 1.7GHz. Certain other reports said that the smartphone will feature the upcoming quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor.
US carrier AT&T is all set to do away with its 2G service. The service provider plans to bring in its new strategy by 2017. This was revealed by the company in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.