by Michael Fisher | July 5, 2013 3:41 PM
It's weird when holidays fall in the middle of the week, because either you're kicking off a long weekend with the special celebration, or you're returning to work the next day with a fuzzy brain, a sunburn, and sand in your hair. We're in the latter situation this week at Pocketnow, the American portion of the team coming down from a day of BBQ and a night of fireworks ... but in our case, it's a good thing. Because today's the day for our weekly mobile tech podcast, and we love us some mobile-tech podcasting. We hope you do, too, because today's Pocketnow Weekly is quite possibly the ...
by Anton D. Nagy | July 4, 2013 10:47 AM
The HTC One is the Android flagship made in Taiwan, and the One Mini is expected to be its younger sibling. The phone you see above and below though, is the HTC Desire 200, a low-end, budget phone, which brings the small phones back in the headlines. Quietly announced last month, it's not a powerhouse, but it sure looks sweet. It packs a a single-core processor clocked at 1GHz and 512MB of RAM, with a 3.5-inch screen. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the platform of choice and on top of it HTC slapped Sense 4.0. However, there's Beats Audio integration, like on the higher-end HTC ...
by Stephen Schenck | May 22, 2013 10:55 AM
HTC's 2013 Androids have thus far been generally higher-end devices. Sure, the First is no One, but specs like that 4.3-inch 720p screen make it clear that this is no bargain-basement model. We all knew that trend couldn't last forever, and sure enough, we're now getting a look at some lesser Androids to help fill out HTC's handset lineup, upon the discovery of evidence pointing to both the Desire 200 and Desire 600. The first thing you should notice is the naming: gone are the days of the Desire C and Desire V, replaced with a system reminiscent of Nokia, or even Qualcomm and its SoC ...
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