There has been some doubt as to when the HTC Desire C will be released, but if you are looking to purchase the latest HTC Smartphone, the good news is it is now available to buy. Needless to say, we’ve managed to get our hands on one, and we’re able to give you
Posts Tagged ‘Android 4.0’
Sony have done the decent thing (at last) and have started rolling out an Xperia ICS update for their 2011 Xperia range of handsets. This means that the owners of these handsets will no longer have to use the old Gingerbread operating system
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is a sequel, an update if you will. This means that users are expecting an improvement on last year’s model. Slim and bright eyed with a flashy display, and loaded with the usual Samsung hubs, will it prove to be a game changer
The HTC One V is a treat to look at, let’s get that one right out the way first and foremost. The phone is tiny and slim, and this makes for a fantastic user experience as regards feeling like you have a premium smartphone in your hand.
The Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich operating system has been safely parked on thousands of new smartphones for a while now, and it is generally seen as one of the ‘Big 3’ operating systems, the other two being IOS and BlackBerry
Today, I will be reviewing the HTC One X smartphone. This ultra-high end flagship smartphone from HTC is a terrific piece of technology that really shows off what modern phone SoCs (systems-on-a-chip) are capable of, wrapped up in a neat, attractive