Tag Archives: Windows Phone

HTC Announces The HTC Radar, Also Known As The Omega

Well this day seems all about Windows Phone 7 with HTC announcing the HTC Radar, known as the HTC Omega just a few hours ago at their HTC fan event in London this evening. The Radar comes in pretty much as expected (as discovered earlier today) with a 3.8″ Super LCD display, 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon SOC, 8GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM, 1520mAh battery and a 5 megapixel rear camera. While [read full article]

T-Mobile Receives Windows Phone 7 4G Stickers For Future Display…Sign Of Upcoming Devices?

Windows Phone 7 fans might want to do a double take at the above image as we have what we believe is the very first piece of evidence that a 4G Windows Phone 7 device is coming to T-Mobile. T-Mobile retail stores often receive display unit stickers, graphics and images well before a phone arrives and in this case we hope a new Windows Phone 7 device is on the horizon. As … [read full article]

Windows Phone Mango on HD2

Warning – Music in video may not be your favorite, turn down your speakers. Yeah, that title really sums it up.  Microsoft’s Windows Phone Mango update has found its way to the HTC HD2, proving once again that hackers are awesome.  Microsoft seems okay with it too, “We say tinker away with Mango and enjoy the juice,” but they do give a good warning that this probably voids your warranty.  This is more of a … [read full article]

Dell Venue Pro Receiving Windows Phone 7 NoDo Update Today

Not to be outdone by the HTC HD7, the Dell Venue Pro is set to receive the the NoDo update starting today with a separate firmware update “coming later.” While the NoDo update has a set list of fixes, the separate firmware update will hopefully focus on a long list of issues that have hampered the handset since its release. This comes down from the Chief Blogger for Dell, Lionel Menchaca … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms HTC HD7 NoDo Update Arriving

While we had pretty good to suspect that HTC HD7 owners would start seeing the much anticipated NoDo update begin arriving today, T-Mobile has gone and confirmed it via Twitter. With a  set of instructions that details a two-part update every HD7 owner should take of this update as it brings about a laundry list of improvements to the Windows Phone 7 platform. Remember the update will take between 20 … [read full article]

Dell Sending Bluetooth Headsets To Early Adopters, Hopefully They Don’t Arrive Before Your Phone

While you patiently sit by the door waiting for the UPS/FedEX man to deliver you’re your Dell Venue Pro sometime early next year, Dell has a present for you. This present, in the form of the Plantronics Explorer 240 Bluetooth Headset is a “thank you” for your patience with Dell on this matter. Looks like the headset retails for around $22.75 on Amazon.com as of this writing, is that … [read full article]

Dell Ignoring Customer Inquiries On Dell Venue Pro?

Details regarding the whereabouts of the Dell Venue Pro seem sketchy at best if you take a glance at the #dellvenuepro Twitter stream or the official Dell support forums. As seems to be a common theme among handset manufacturers these days, according to these Twitter folk Dell is but ignoring customer requests regarding the status of their update. Those attempting phone call inquiries into Dell Customer Care have … [read full article]

(Updated With Link)Dell Venue Pro Coming December 14th? Christmas Miracle!

Update: You can try this link to the above Dell Page and attempt to place an order, a few people wrote in with some success but their delivery dates are unknown! Is this true? Is this possible? The eagle eyed folks at Pocketnow managed a screen grab off the Dell order page showing the Dell Venue Pro available for $149.99 on contract and $499.99 off contract available on December 14th. The … [read full article]

Dell Venue Pro Delayed, Will Launch With Bigger Fanfare?

Wherefore art thou Dell Venue Pro?  Well, according to the folks at Dell who released a statement around 5:30 this afternoon, they are “currently ramping up production”.  They say it’s because they want to introduce the Dell Venue Pro on a “bigger scale.”  Earlier intel had suggested a November 15th launch, a week after the phone formally launched in Microsoft stores.  We have to wonder though.   Were the recently reported Wi-Fi … [read full article]