The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
HTC continues their onslaught of Android-powered smartphones with two new devices, announced at a press conference in London. Here's what went down at the event.
As an affordable alternative to HTC's range of Android smartphones, the HTC Wildfire is similarly equipped with the intuitive HTC Sense UI. If you need to know more about this entry-level Android phone, we share some positive (and negative) highlights of this distant cousin of the HTC Desire and Legend.
Still wondering if you should get Apple's upcoming iPhone 4? There are other choices, so let us point you in the right direction with some alternatives to Apple's current poster boy.
With ample time to refine and enhance the user experience with its HTC Sense UI, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz powered HTC Desire, loaded with Google's latest Android 2.1, is a clear example of how smartphones of today are more than just a cellular device.
Following through with its "You don't need to get a phone, you need a phone that gets you" marketing, the HTC HD mini is aimed at consumers looking for a compact and feature-packed device. Here's our evaluation of this simple, yet feature-packed Windows Mobile smartphone.
First Hero, then Legend. The Legend is HTC's first Android 2.1 equipped device and comes with an improved Sense UI interface and a better physical design that looks ready to dethrone its predecessor. Read on to find out more.
Turning your phone into something funky is made possible with the HTC Tattoo and its customizable covers.