MWC 2010: Day 2 Round Up
Day two of Barcelona's Mobile World Congress is drawing to a close. Here's the round up of today's biggest stories, including HTC's latest range of smartphones and Orange's plans for crystal-clear mobile calls. HTC Legend gets UK release date, but…
MWC 2010: HTC Bravo becomes the HTC Desire
The rumoured HTC Bravo handset has been revealed and it's now strutting its stuff under the new HTC Desire name. The Desire is basically a HTC branded version of Google's Nexus One, which HTC themselves had a hand in designing….
Aptly named HTC Incredible revealed, features massive 3.7 inch OLED display
HTC's latest Android smartphone has been revealed. It's called the Incredible, and by the look of its specs, it seems pretty aptly named. There's a massive 3.7 inch OLED display with WVGA resolution powered by a 1GHz snapdragon processor, and…
T-Mobile getting the HTC Bravo in the UK?
It may have been hiding in the shadows of the recent Nexus One launch, but the HTC Bravo is finally out in the open, and it's apparently on its way to UK T-Mobile shops. It's actually very similar to Google's…
Will the Google Nexus One hit UK shores?
Twitter Land has been going wild this weekend with Google employees waxing lyrical about the new Google handsets they've been lucky enough to get their hands on. One Google employee's friend went so far as to tweet "its like an…
Android struggling in Europe
New research from IDC shows that, despite the buzz floating around Google's Android mobile platform, European consumers are steering clear of phones packing the OS. The research shows Android's market share to currently be 5.4% in Western Europe. Though this…
HTC's 2010 plans: Android phones
The leaked HTC 2010 plans have already thrown up the mouth-watering Bravo, but what other Android delights do the mobile phone makers have in store for the new year?
HTC's 2010 plans: Win Mo phones
HTC's leaked 2010 plans have revealed three new Windows Mobile based phones in the piepline.
HTC Bravo: 2010's hottest HTC phone?
Teasingly filed under the "performance" banner, the Bravo looks set to be pretty special.