HTC’s smartphone shopping guide for Christmas 2012

HTC’s not getting a lot of buzz lately. Blame it on lack of marketing push maybe but HTC still makes beautiful and solid phones and if you’re looking for a new premium phone for Christmas that doesn’t have the fruit logo involved, HTC should be on top of your list. Here’s a brief recap on the current lineup of HTC phones you can...

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HTC Desire V is the most gorgeous dual-SIM Android phone in the market

When you think of dual-SIM Android phones, you’ll often see those that are small, under-powered and have that cheap plasticky body. It’s because of that reason why a lot of people who needs a dual-SIM phone just opt for a cheap secondary phone, there’s none worthy of being a primary phone. HTC just changed that...

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HTC Desire S Review, more than just an upgrade

Jun 27, 11 HTC Desire S Review, more than just an upgrade

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

The HTC Desire S is the successor to HTC’s first highly successful Android phone, the HTC Desire, which also won our Phone of the Year for 2010. I’ve been using this phone for a few weeks now and I’ve learned how much improvement you can do over the HTC Desire to transform it into something that you would still...

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HTC Desire won’t be getting Gingerbread update

UPDATE: HTC just announced that they will indeed be bringing Gingerbread to the HTC Desire. Yay! Sad news to HTC Desire users out there. HTC engineers over at UK cannot bring the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update to our beloved 2010 Phone of the Year.  Due to the Desire’s limited internal memory, they cannot bring the...

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HTC launched Desire S with a Php27,000 price tag

In a media gathering last week just before April ended, HTC Philippines launched their first new Android phone for the year, the HTC Desire S. Banking on the popularity of their HTC Desire (which also won our Phone of the Year for 2010), the Desire S is a slightly upgraded version of the Desire. Why tinker with something that is...

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HTC Desire and HTC Wildfire gets a hardware refresh

At the Mobile World Congress 2011, HTC announced a hardware update on their popular high-end HTC Desire and low-end HTC Wildfire. The two handsets get an “S” added to their name. Feel free to hazard a guess on what “S” means because HTC didn’t say anything about it. HTC Desire S The HTC Desire S is still the same 3.7-inch screen...

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PTB’s Top 5 Mobile Phones of 2010

Dec 31, 10 PTB’s Top 5 Mobile Phones of 2010

Posted by in Featured, From the editor, Mobile

The year has almost ended and we’ve seen a lot of really good gadgets pass by our hands. A lot of good phones especially and what we’ll do here is give a rundown on the top 5 phones of 2010 specifically leaning towards the smartphones. Our top 5 phones are not just driven by price nor by worldwide popularity but what we’ll do here...

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How tough is the glass on the HTC Desire Z?

Dec 20, 10 How tough is the glass on the HTC Desire Z?

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When it comes to high-end phones, HTC is still on top of my list with the way they manufacture their handsets. Using premium quality materials always make their devices not look or feel cheap. The first thing people do when they get an expensive device with a screen is to get a screen protector for it. But do you really need one on...

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HTC launched Desire HD and Desire Z here in the Philippines

Yesterday, HTC launched two new high-end Android phones that would follow the popular HTC Desire, the Desire HD and the Desire Z. The original HTC Desire is going down in price and these two new phones will replace it as HTC’s flagship models. In a nutshell, the HTC Desire HD is a larger HTC Desire with its 4.3” screen and it also...

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HTC Wildfire, a very decent and affordable Android phone

Aug 23, 10 HTC Wildfire, a very decent and affordable Android phone

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The HTC Wildfire is HTC’s midlevel Android 2.1 smartphone that occupies the Php15k price point range which is not yet populated by other manufacturers. Sony Ericsson’s X10 Mini Pro is the only other Android phone in that price range as of this writing. I’ve been playing around with this red-hot HTC Wildfire for a week and it’s...

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