Posted by htcnews on Feb 5, 2012 in Android, Evo 3D, HTC | 1 comment
While 3D phones haven’t really kicked off in the UK yet, Asda’s price for the 3D HTC phone aren’t to be sniffed at. Asda Direct have reduced the price of the HTC Evo 3D down to just £249.99 online with £2.95 delivery, or free delivery if you get it sent to your local Asda store.
The HTC Evo 3D lets you capture your photos and videos in 3D with it’s dual 5 megapixel camera and you can view the photos on it’s large 4.3″ display. Other specs include 1GB of RAM and a dual core 1.2GHz processor, the same as the HTC Sensation.
Posted by sam on Dec 23, 2011 in Android, Flyer, HTC | 1 comment
If you’re looking for a last minute Christmas gift, or fancy treating yourself, the HTC Flyer has been reduced to just £199 through the Dixons Group, which includes retailers PC World and Currys.
The HTC Flyer was launched with a retail price of £479, which recently has seen a drop to £379 through selected retailers, the Dixons Group included. Now, the HTC Flyer is available for an astoundingly low price of £199.
The sub £200 price tag is a web exclusive price however, so you will either need to order online or reserve and collect in store, other wise it’s the regular £379.
Posted by htcnews on Nov 22, 2011 in Android, HTC | 0 comments
There were rumors last year, that a Facebook phone was in the works but, at the time Facebook denied that such as phone was being worked on and still do. However, the latest rumor is that Facebook is working with HTC to create a fully integrated Facebook phone.
According to the rumors, both HTC and Samsung were in the running to create the Facebook phone but, HTC were onlu recently chosen to build the handset, codenamed Buffy. Apparently the handset will run a modified version of Android, which will be tailored to give the maximum Facebook experience and integration.
Posted by htcnews on Nov 10, 2011 in Android, HTC, Wildfire | 1 comment
Anyone who’s been looking at the HTC Wildfire S will have seen that the general price for the handset is normally around £180. However Carphone Warehouse have the Wildfire S for a much lower price.
The HTC Wildfire S is available for as low as £129.95 from Carphone Warehouse, however a minimum top up is required. The Wildfire S is £129.95 on T-Mobile, Vodafone or Three through Carphone Warehouse with a £10 top up required on T-Mobile and Vodafone, while the handset on Three requires a £15 top up. With Orange and O2, the handset is slightly more at £139.95 and likewise, a £10 top up is required.
This offer is available online at the Carphone Warehouse and in store. It’s not known if these handsets are unlocked or network branded but, it has been known in the past for Carphone Warehouse to provide sim unlocked handsets despite being bought on a specific network.
Posted by htcnews on Nov 8, 2011 in Android, HTC | 0 comments
A lot of smartphone manufacturers are just starting to jump aboard the dual core smartphone bandwagon while HTC have had their dual core phones out for a while now. While the other manufacturers are playing catch up, the world’s first quad-core smartphone has been leaked and it comes from none other than the Taiwan company, HTC.
The leak comes courtesy of PocketNow and the HTC Edge is penned as a premium handset, which for the most part will incorporate the latest mobile technologies. The HTC Edge is speculated to be the successor to the recently unveiled HTC Rezound. The Edge is rumoured to have an Nvidia AP30 Tegra 3 CPU with four 1.5GHz cores, along with 1GH of RAM and it’s 4.7″ display will have a resolution of 720p.
Posted by htcnews on Nov 3, 2011 in Android, HTC | 0 comments
Over at PocketNow, the guys have acquired some official press shots of the upcoming HTC Rezound. A few specifications about the handset are known but, we should know the full specifications of the handset after the HTC Launch in New York, which is due to kick off at 7pm GMT.
What we do know however, is that the Rezound will feature a 4.3 inch display, with a 1280 x 720 resolution on an S-LCD display. Under the hood, the HTC Rezound will be equipped with a 1.5GHz dual core processor running Android 2.3.
Posted by htcnews on Sep 5, 2011 in Android, HTC, Wildfire | 0 comments
The popular HTC Wildfire S is now available in a funky but, subtle pink. Only available in the UK, the pink Wildfire S is available for free on contracts starting at as little as £15 a month. From Phones4U, you can pick the Wildfire S up for £15 a month on a 24 month contract and pay nothing for the handset. This will give you 100 minutes, 3000 texts and 250MB of data. Or, for £20 a month, you get double the minutes and £160 cash back by redemption.