In order to create enough room for both Gingerbread and the Sense UI on the Desire phone, HTC has again taken to its Facebook page to elaborate further: "to resolve Desire's memory issue and enable the upgrade to Gingerbread, we will cut select apps from the release. Look for status updates starting next week. We…
In under 24 hours, HTC has done a complete U-turn on their former flagship Desire phone after public pressure (we assume), announcing via its UK Facebook page that "contrary to what we said earlier, we are going to bring Gingerbread to HTC Desire." Great news for owners of the year-old phone, though we wonder how they…
There is a catch, however: it looks like it's only available for the Desire HD and Desire Z phones, which should be going on sale any day now. I signed up for it and attempted to use it with my plain ol' Desire, but didn't have much luck.
Heading States-ward later this year (and Europe next month), the Desire HD and updated Sense UI has been shown off in an official video by HTC. How great do the new cached maps looks?
Tomorrow morning at 7am EST HTC will unwrap its new phones for Europe, and going by the mysterious invitation they sent out last month, we can expect something in the Desire family.
We've just heard from HTC, who's confirmed that European HTC Desires will be receiving the Android 2.2 Froyo update from this weekend, with a couple of extras—namely, 720p video recording and the ability to sync music with iTunes.
For all those of you who read Kat's glowing review of the U.K.-only HTC Desire and lamented the fact that you couldn't get your American paws on one, rejoice! The HTC Desire is coming to America starting this August through "select regional operators." More details to come, but rest assured, it'll have the 1GHz…
There's plenty to get excited about in Android 2.2 AKA Froyo, but HTC offered some not very surprising reassurance to people who bought their most recent handsets, including the Droid Incredible, the EVO, the Desire, or, soon, the myTouch Slide—you will probably get Froyo! Android Central reached out to HTC and got…
If you're a Nexus One owner and you have a sense of adventure—or are black-out drunk—you can now flash an alpha version of the leaked HTC Desire ROM on your phone. Speaking of Flash, this ROM has it.
HTC swept the show with the sexy Legend, well-specced Desire and rugged WinMo HD Mini, and while US availability hasn't been confirmed yet we can let our UK readers in on the good news. All phones will hit eXpansys on the 12th of April, with the HD Mini at £349.99, the Legend at £399.99 and Desire at £449.99.
A new feature that's making its way onto all of HTC's Android phones via its Sense overlay is the "helicopter view," as they call it internally. It's like Mac OS X's Exposé function, letting you see all homescreens instantly.
Inspired by the Nexus One (which HTC made), the Desire—or Bravo, if you prefer—has a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen with multitouch, with 480 x 800 pixels. It's the best display I've seen on a phone for a while.