Tag Archives: 4.3

HTC Ruby/Amaze 4G Pictures Plus Specs Leak?

This isn’t what we call a T-Mobile leak per se, but the HTC Ruby/Amaze 4G model has leaked out of Thailand according to local site Droid Sans. According to the site HTC is testing a new Android device that is capable of DC-HSPA+ speeds in Thailand which further gives us hope that this device is capable of 42Mbps data speeds. The images in the pictures themselves match the ones we’ve seen … [read full article]

HTC Ruby Specs Leaked, 4.3″ Of Dual-Core Android Goodness

While the HTC Ruby is a bit of a mystery device a ninja source of ours we’ve been able to gleam a little bit of intel surrounding the specs and eventual launch. First and foremost this is not a myTouch device but will launch with a set of impressive and sure to please specs. The HTC Ruby will pack a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with a 4.3″ qHD display complete with a dedicated … [read full article]

Overview Of The HTC Sensation 4G, HTC Watch And The New HTC Sense

Are you thirsting for more HTC Sensation 4G information but aren’t quite satisfied with the competitive comparison from earlier this afternoon? We’re still trying to nail down a release date but we’ve got a little more intel on the Sensation 4G and all the greatness it brings to T-Mobile. Want to know a little more about HTC Watch and the New HTC Sense? Check. Want three reasons to buy the … [read full article]

Mobile City Online Posts HTC Sensation 4G Pre-order Page

Leave it to a third party seller to be the first to post the HTC Sensation 4G for pre-order. In this case MobileCityOnline get’s the distinct honor of the first pre-order page for the HTC Sensation 4G. T-Mobile’s first 4.3″ Android device can be yours for the low price of $599.99. We hope that T-Mobile’s own retail price will come in slightly lower than that. Unfortunately no shipping date is provided when … [read full article]

T-Mobile Dealer Leak Confirms June 8th Release Date For HTC Sensation 4G

The HTC Sensation 4G news just keeps getting better over the weekend as we just received the above screen shot confirming the much rumored June 8th release date. This comes on top of last nights leaked screen shot that confirmed Target’s release date and pricing. However, this date is for T-Mobile directly and we expect that Target will launch the phone on a Sunday which lines up perfectly … [read full article]

Want 10 Reasons To Make The HTC Sensation (4G) Your Next Phone?

I’m not sure many of you need more than just two reasons to pick up the HTC Sensation when it arrives sometime over the “summer.” Still, HTC has put together this video that has a total of 10 reasons you should make the HTC Sensation your next device: Premium unibody construction gives the HTC Sensation a premium look Contour display – feels great in your hand, protects against dust and sand when face down on … [read full article]

HTC Pyramid Reappears In The Wild, Still No Word From T-Mobile

We’re still waiting for T-Mobile to give the official nod to the upcoming HTC Pyramid, until then we’ll continue to make do with the leaked shots. This time we’re seeing more of the Pyramid in the wild courtesy of XDA-Developers.com. As it stands, the specs acquired by the individual (s) over at XDA differ from our own. The XDA post states the Pyramid will come with a 960 x 540 qHD … [read full article]

HTC Pyramid Found Roaming Chinese Badlands?

There is little question the phone most of you want to know about is the HTC Pyramid, hopefully the first 4.3″ Android phone to hit T-Mobile. As is expected, one of the biggest questions is what exactly will it look like? Thanks to Chinese site XDA.cn we believe we now know. Sporting a 4.3″ screen with a 1.2 GHz processor (no word on dual core) and a 960 x 540 qHD display. … [read full article]

The HTC Pyramid Will Be A T-Mobile 4.3″ Dual-Core Android Phone

Sometimes a rumor comes along that is just to good to pass up running, even so it’s still very much just a rumor without much to back it up.  Uncovering details on the upcoming HTC “Pyramid,” went a little smoother when I did a little asking around and discovered our friends at Androidandme had also heard the same story, albeit from a separate source. While uncovering the codename was slightly easier than uncovering … [read full article]