It’s bloody hard to pick a winner from this bunch. They each have their upsides and some very minor downs. The HTC One camera is a disappointment but it looks smashing; the Samsung feels cheesy but is incredibly light and has a fantastic camera; and the waterproof Z could come in very handy, while Sony have also done amazing things with the modding community.
“It’s a Facebook BlackBerry”: my answer to the almost inevitable “what the hell is that?” question I’d get every time I pulled out the HTC ChaCha to check my email or get some directions. I took the ChaCha with me to the USA recently as my local phone. That’s my M.O. as a gadget guy: […]
The update that isn’t an update will be coming to Vodafone New Zealand’s HTC Trophy devices next week. Revealing an interesting insight to the update shenanigans, Vodafone has said that the update has been approved by both Vodafone Group and Vodafone NZ, and Microsoft will push the update next week. Microsoft announced the update on […]
HTC unveils a new Desire HD phone, a new version of HTC Sense, and a new website at htcsense.com
What I’m going to do is pull out a few interesting points from those reviews, talk about the HTC 7 Trophy specifically, then cover some deep technical stuff that I’ve been discovering as a WP7 developer. I’m also open to any questions you might have about Windows Phone 7 or the Trophy itself.