Octa-Core HTC Desire Spotted In Different Colors

It has long been rumored that HTC will be releasing an octa core smartphone using a MediaTek processor. The latest information coming out of China shows that the company is indeed coming up with a mid-range Desire smartphone using the true octa core MT6592 chip that will come in various colors. Leaked photos show an

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Virgin Mobile launches midrange HTC Desire for $279.99

Virgin Mobile has just announced the availability of the HTC Desire (known globally as the Desire 601) through its retail channels. The smartphone will only cost $279.99 off contract and will support both 3G and 4G LTE networks through Sprint. Although HTC calls this the Desire, it has nothing to do with the original HTC

HTC Recants: Desire Will Get Gingerbread

From the “We thought that didn’t make any sense” file: HTC has recanted their decision to not upgrade the HTC Desire to Gingerbread.  Although the HTC Desire has low hardware specs for an Android in 2011, it was modeled after the HTC Nexus One last January.  I actually still use an HTC Desire as my

HTC Desire Owners… No Gingerbread For You

Now I’m going to go out on a limb here and say this: Today a story has fiercely been moving about the interwebs.  Yes it’s true HTC has said they can not support a Gingerbread upgrade for the HTC Desire. My first thought, since I actually use a Desire everyday, was why in the world

HTC Desire, HD, Z And Incredible S To Recieve Gingerbread in Q2

Slashgear is reporting that HTC has confirmed to them that a handful of European HTC Android devices will see an update to Android 2.3, Gingerbread beginning in the spring. The HTC Desire, Desire HD, Desire Z and the just released Incredible S are expected to get Gingerbread sometime in Q2.  A handful of regional US