HTC lanzó al HTC One M8 Eye silenciosamente en China, obviando su presentación oficial en el evento en el cual presentó al HTC Desire Eye, y la razón parece ser que no estará disponible internacionalmente.
De acuerdo con un reporte de Fudzilla, el HTC One M8 Eye fue diseñado para mercados espec…
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The HTC Desire Eye has a double colour, waterproof unibody plan and it gloats of a 5.2-inch full-HD LCD show; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor; 2GB of RAM; 16GB of inbuilt stockpiling expandable by means of microsd card (up to 128GB), and a 2400mAh Li-Po battery. Front-confronting stereo speakers controlled by HTC Boomsound engineering are additionally locally available the handset. It measures in at 151.7×73.8×8.5mm. The Desire Eye conveys much preferred specs over the greater part of the Desire crew. It’s fuelled by a Snapdragon 801 chipset with 2 GB RAM and runs Android 4.4 with the most recent Sense programming and two cam driven applications – Eye Experience and the new Zoe.
HTC lucreaza la un nou smartphone: Desire 820 Mini.
Aceasta informatie a aparut pe site-ul HTC din China, producatorul a listat telefonul in lista de dispozitive si ne ofera informatii despre specificatiile acestuia. Nu ar trebui sa ne lasam inselati de numele Mini deoarece Desire 820 Mini nu este un ssmartphone mai mic.
HTC Desire 820 Mini are un ecran HD cu diagonala de 5 inci si ruleaza…
I cannot say anything “bad” about the HTC ONE M8 for Windows. This device is very tempting for me personally. If I was on Verizon this would likely be my phone choice as it is a simply beautiful & functional device.
But stick around to read our brief HTC One M8 with Windows review, or you can watch our video review below.
Google announces HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet, coming November 3rd
As with most HTC-manufactured products, the Nexus 9 features a premium metal build (at least on the sides) and an 8.9-inch QVGA (2048x1536) display. That screen has a ratio of 4:3 as opposed to 16:9, and HTC has also brought its BoomSound speaker technology to this tablet. Google is also emphasizing what’s powering the hardware here: a 64-bit processor — the first for a Nexus product. More specifically, it’s Nvidia’s Tegra K1 chipset. The device also features 2GB of RAM and, on average, around 9 hours of battery life.
So I have been failing at uploading pictures ever day like I promised. I caught this while driving with my phone. I looooove Angel rays so much. Hope for a better chance to capture some. (Darkened photo and boosted contrast so the sun doesn’t blind ya)