HTC explain why Desire HD won’t be seeing ICS

HTC Desire HD is a good phone. Launched back in 2010, it was sold in good numbers. The smartphone has an aluminum unibody design. It comes loaded with a big 4.3-inch gorilla glass WVGA TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera (can record 720p video) and support for HSPA/W-CDMA and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE. A 1 GHz

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Official: HTC Desire HD won’t be seeing Android 4.0

HTC Desire HD is a good phone. Launched back in 2010, it was sold in good numbers. The smartphone has an aluminum unibody design. It comes loaded with a big 4.3-inch gorilla glass WVGA TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera (can record 720p video) and support for HSPA/W-CDMA and quad-bandGSM/GPRS/EDGE. A 1 GHz Qualcomm

HTC Desire HD Might Not Get To See Android 4.0

HTC’s 2010 droid, the Desire HD will be stuck with Gingerbread forever, apparently. This is a major setback for the owners of the smartphone, who were keen on the update ever since HTC made the roll out schedule public. However, this doesn’t come as a surprise given that the device is almost 2 years old

HTC to Push OTA Updates to Incredible S and DesireHD Today

HTC has confirmed that they will be pushing a Firmware Over The Air update to the Incredible S and Desire HD. Contrary to a few posts on tech sites, the update is actually the 2.3.3 version of Gingerbread, not 2.3.4 . If you haven’t already flashed the Gingerbread Sense ROM through a leak, some of

HTC Desire Z and HTC Desire HD Delayed in Europe

Thoughts from the sidelines is citing a report from Unwired View that the HTC Desire Z and the HTC Desire HD are being delayed in Europe due to getting some sort of Google Approval. According to reports it’s this same “Google Type Approval” that delayed the original HTC Desire along with some of the Motorola

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Earlier today at the HTC Presser in London the world was exposed to 2 new handsets. First, The Desire HD, which Information Week and Phone Scoope, Eric Zeiman, likened to the European vesion of the EVO 4g minus the Wimax and CDMA. In addition to the normal upgaded features HTC adds Dolby Mobile and HTC