Posts Tagged ‘HtcSense’
HTC at MWC: AT&T exclusive One X is coming! [VIDEO]
Last Updated on Monday, 27 February 2012 01:14 Written by LoganDX Monday, 27 February 2012 11:00
HTC pulled out another phone at this year’s MWC and it’s heading straight to AT&T. The One X, possible renamed the XL, for the U.S. is slightly different from the international version, losing the quad-core Tegra 3 processor for a Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor. At least it will bring along LTE as a consolation prize.
Tucked away in the thin frame is Beats Audio (an AT&T first!), Sense 4, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, Android 4.0, an 8 megapixel camera with ImageSense, a front facing snapper and a big, beautiful 4.7 inch 1280 x 720 screen. Capable of filming in 1080p, the phone can also snap high-def pics while filming video and HTC is claiming less than a second from lock screen to camera for taking photos in real life.
As with all of the devices in the HTC One family, the battery in non-removable. While this one is coming in at 1,800mAh, it’s still an odd design move. Although we know the carrier for this one, we still don’t know when it’s coming beyond the “coming months” nor do we know the price. Keep it tuned here to find out when we do! Hit the jump to read through HTC’s press release and watch the promo video for the One X(L).
HTC at MWC: HTC One V! [VIDEO]
Last Updated on Monday, 27 February 2012 01:15 Written by LoganDX Monday, 27 February 2012 07:00
It’s that time of year again geeks, that time when our favorite makers of mobile goodness swarm Barcelona and introduce their upcoming devices to the thirsty masses. Mobile World Congress has once again begun and HTC is tossing out some new phones for fans of all ages and tastes.
The HTC One V is the first herald of the manufacturer’s newest offerings. Built as lower end device, it’s a great starter phone for new entrants into the smartphone arena. Running Android 4.0, covered in Sense 4.0 and covered in a dark grey aluminum body, it has that svelte appeal sure to bring in folks looking for something new and friendly.
Inside the device will be a 1GHz simple single processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage, Beats audio, 5 megapixel backdoor camera, omnipresent Gorilla Glass and a smaller 3.7 inch LCD screen. The camera is to benefit significantly from the included ImageSense, an overhaul on the camera side of things. Decked out with an AF f/2.0 lens it will take 720p video like a champ. Sadly, as a lower tiered phone, the One V will not come with a front facing camera. No self portrait shenanigans for you! Also a curious design of the new One series is the enclosed, non-removable battery. The 1,500mAh battery might guarantee users bring along an external power source for extended trips from a wall socket.
No pricing, carrier or release date info has been dropped as of yet. Once we get more solid facts, we’ll drop them on you! Hit up the break and watch the promo video HTC tossed together for their inbound bundle of joy!
HTC Brings An Assortment Of Devices To MWC
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 February 2011 08:12 Written by Carpatus Tuesday, 15 February 2011 08:00
I know that all the Android fans couldn’t wait to see what HTC was bringing to Mobile World Congress. We were all hoping that HTC would bring us something to rival the Atrix and Bionic, well, sorry to say, but that is not the case. There was no dual-core goodness from HTC this time. Guess the dual-core Snapdragron is not quite done yet. Now for those wanting something comparable to the Xoom, you may have just got it. Keep reading for more.
HTC’s Dedicated Facebook-Button Phones Get A Photo Shoot
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 February 2011 03:05 Written by Adam Warren Tuesday, 15 February 2011 04:00
Not too long ago we wrote an article here that touched on the new HTC phones with a dedicated Facebook button. There will be two of these phones, one with a keyboard and one with a full-body touchscreen. The few things we have heard on the phones is that there will be a Facebook button for sure, the camera will upload straight to your Facebook, updates will load directly into the special widget, and the phones will be running a minimalistic Android build with minimal storage. Be sure to check out MWC tomorrow, or just check back here because we will most likely have information. Read more: HTC’s Dedicated Facebook-Button Phones Get A Photo Shoot