Monday, 27 March 2017

At the same time that HTC officially announced the Desire Z they also unveiled the Desire HD (aka Ace), a high-end device powered by Android 2.2 and featuring a 4.3-inch touchscreen, 1 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM, 1.5 GB of internal memory and an 8 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording capability. Specifications […]

HTC officially unveiled the Desire Z in London last week, a phone very similar in design to the Desire but with a slide-out keyboard. Having a physical keyboard will appeal to those who want a large screen and don’t like typing on a virtual keyboard. HTC have done a great job of keeping the Desire […]

Telstra have officially announced, via the Telstra Exchange blog, that the HTC Wildfire will be arriving on their Next G network in August. In a previous post, I said that I expected plans for the HTC Wildfire to be announced by either Optus, Vodafone or Three later this month but now that isn’t going to […]

The HTC Wildfire is a nice looking, mid range smartphone that was officially introduced to the market back in May this year. The Wildfire has a design that looks very much like the HTC Desire but a little shorter – 12.2 mm shorter to be exact. The HTC Wildfire is powered by Android 2.1 and […]

Telstra gets aggressive with its HTC Desire pricing in what looks to be a response to Vodafone’s and Optus’ recent launches of their flagship Android handsets, Google Nexus One and Samsung Galaxy S respectively. Telstra is now offering the HTC Desire on a $49 Next-G Cap Plan with $0 upfront cost on a 24-month contract, […]