Tag Archives: Sense

HTC HD2 Gets Sense 4.0 ROM, We Gawk And Slow Clap

If the HTC HD2 isn’t one of the most important phones of the decade, well you can just take my journalism badge. It was released in 2009 with the first ever 4.3″ display and a beastly (at the time) 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU. It was a massive monster people couldn’t fathom back then, let alone hold. 4.3″ was just too big! Or so we said 3 years ago, with a… Read more

HTCSense.com to shut down April 30, may get a few people mad

For those unaware, HTC actually does have its own cloud service aside from Dropbox, apart of the HTCSense.com services. From our understanding, it saved information like contacts, messages and other information from users who opted into the service on their HTC phone. For those who actually use the service, we have bad news, as HTC will be shutting down the… Read more

HTC Status review

Introduction: HTC’s Status is “the Facebook phone,” previously known as the ChaCha. It was released in America by AT&T on July 17th for $399.99 outright and $49.99 on a two-year contract with a minimum data feature of $15. The contract price and lowered data requirement make the Status a bargain entry for a new Android phone, and happens to ship with… Read more

HTC Status: first impressions

Not everyone needs a big, expensive, all-touch cell phone, not to mention the often hefty monthly carrier plans that go along with them. And at $49.99 on contract with a $15 minimum monthly data plan, HTC’s Android 2.3.3-equipped Status–a.k.a. ChaCha–is a neat little social/messaging gadget for those who like technology but don’t want to make it the… Read more

HTC Sensation 4G unboxing and walkthrough

T-Mobile’s Sensation 4G is a flagship device. WIth a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 768MB of RAM, a true widescreen qHD display, Android 2.3 and Sense 3.0, Sensation represents the top tier of current Android devices. Sense is more polished and practical than ever, featuring lock screen widgets and apps, access to a hefty supply of customization… Read more

HTC Thunderbolt review

The HTC Thunderbolt is available from Verizon Wireless for $569.99 outright or for $249.99 on contract. Pros: Solid, weighty form-factor; aesthetically beautiful design of hardware and software; customizable software theming; good stills and video with adequate light; still photo effects; Verizon’s LTE 4G; smooth operations and slick UI. Cons:… Read more