The HTC Wildfire looks destined to follow in the footsteps of the manufacturers previous models the Legend and the Desire and become a sure fire hit with phone fans.
Based at a more low end price point, the handset still boasts great functionality normally reserved for a more high end phone.
Consumers try to find the best for their money’s worth. Not everyone knows the operating system of these tablets is one of the factors to look into before spending their dough.
The Android operating system developed by Google Inc. has been making waves due to its immense community of software developers writing applications that expands the functionality of certain devices. Android tablets have been sprouting year after year, comparing screen sizes and processing powers. Let us take a good look on the 5 best Android tablets of 2011:
A Detailed Comparison Between HTC’s Wildfire S and Desire S
The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC is world-renowned for creating the most sought after Android smartphones the world has ever seen. Here, we will make a detailed comparison between the HTC Wildfire S and the Desire S to find out what handset suits you.
Google isn’t offering much information about the forthcoming Android 5.0, even though there are rumors saying that the new version of the operating system will be available on a smartphone by early summer.
Previous talk slated the next version, rumored to be called Jelly Bean, to appear sometime this summer (which seems a little silly given that Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is still trying the gain some market share over Gingerbread). But now Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google’s vice president of engineering for mobile, is indicating that the new OS might make an appearance this fall.
Unlike what the previous rumor on Apple’s next generation iPhone claimed, the latest info suggests that the company might be planning a fall launch for the iPhone 5 (or whatever the company might end up calling it), and they will keep this schedule for many years to come, that is a new iPhone every fall.
HTC is bringing some very good news to its fans, as the manufacturer has recently announced on its Facebook page that a new series of smartphones is eligible for an Ice Cream Sandwich update.
We’re talking about the HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rhyme, Droid Incredible 2 and also the HTC Raider, devices that we weren’t sure that they will receive some official ICS love. And since HTC announced fairly recent that devices like HTC Vivid, Incredible S, Desire S and Desire HD will get updated to Android 4 we feared that the manufacturer’s slightly older single-core devices have been forgotten.
This is very good, especially for the HTC Thunderbolt, which had a hard time getting upgraded to Gingerbread and a lot of people were afraid that the HTC Thunderbolt Ice Cream Sandwich update would be a long way should history repeat itself. Fortunately, this is not the case anymore.
Last week, a leak came out of the soon to be launched HTC Endeavor or HTC Edge that was available for download. With it came plenty of surprises and goodies such as the many images of the HTC Sense UI 4.0. However, the most interesting part of the leak was the inclusion of the app called the HTC Speak which hints that the company is coming up with a voice and speaking application to their product that can compete with the Siri feature of Apple.