HTC Sharp uncover gizmos with next-gen displays

HTC Sharp have uncovered smartphones sporting next-generation displays.

HTC J Butterfly phone comes with a 5-inch (12.7 cm) screen displaying an industry-leading 440ppi. This provides 25-40% better resolution giving more detail – in comparison with gadgets from Apple, Samsung, LG, and Nokia.

Sharps fresh Aquos Pad slate is the first to utilize its fresh Igzo technology which come promising sharper images whilst consuming lesser power. Sharp has before stated that they intend to include this innovation in its smartphones. Several device manufacturers have signaled preparations to declare fresh slates over the upcoming weeks.

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HTC Android-based smartphone is set to hit the market shelves in Japanese market in December. Its size positions it somewhere between a usual phone slate in a category some tout as a phablet. The Taiwan-based company is advertizing both the size resolution of its touchscreen as being perfect to view 1080p films.

Tinier, densely-packed pixels imply that tech buffs can keep a gadget to their face without being able to differentiate the separate blocks of color utilized to constitute a photograph. Sharp Aquos Pad is the first to flaunt its Igzo display technology HTC 440ppi screen gives a performance-acceleration over rival flagship gizmos incorporating Samsungs similar-sized Galaxy Note 2 with a 267 pixels per inch display.

Apples iPhone 5 gives 326 pixels per inch, Nokias forthcoming Lumia 920 332 pixels per inch LGs Optimus G 318 pixels per inch. To support the capability, the Taiwanese company has incorporated Qualcomms high-end Snapdragon S4 Pro central processing unit. But, it is not clear what effect supporting the attribute will have on the battery life.

Rumor: HTC Era and BlackBerry Armstrong to hit T-Mobile

Considering the spy shots that a tipster send to TmoNews, T-Mobile is expected to unveil two new handsets on September 26. These smartphones will be from the house of HTC and BlackBerry. Both the gadgets on the schedule are codenamed HTC Era 42 BlackBerry Armstrong.

That is all we know from the leaked photographs, and we are at the mercy of pure speculations. Some predict the HTC Era 2 to be the successor of the classic T-mobile G1 as the latter was also branded as Era G1 before its official launch. And the “42” in its name hints that the smartphone will support HSPA+ network giving speeds up to 42Mbps. obviously, all of these are nothing more than innocent speculations.

The next device in our list is the BlackBerry Armstrong. Sadly, it isn’t a BlackBerry 10 handset. But, we are not expecting them until the advent of 2013. Here we are seeing a low-end device, BlackBerry Curve 9320 to be exact. It is somewhat similar to the Curve 9310 for Verizon and the Boost mobile. We are not sure how many of you are still interested in the products coming from the factories of the Canadian mobile phone maker.

We want you to remember that everything stated above are based on some leaked pictures, hence it could be imprecise. Personally, we are more interested in the HTC Era 2, and would like to know more about it. But, at the moment we have only one option and that is to keep our fingers crossed.

HTC’s Mysterious New Tablet Confirmed; Will Hit UK As Well

Rumors floating in the technology world are that HTC is planning to send a unique tablet over to the United Kingdom market. It’s not clear what exactly is unique about this tablet, but we are keeping our hopes high. Whilst the United Kingdom market already has the Flyer, they haven’t received the HTC Jetstream till now. But, the Jetstream is far from being a unique device. The Taiwanese mobile manufacturer has confirmed to the PC Advisor that a fresh slate is certainly prepared to hit the market shelves. It is also anticipated that the tablet would work on the most recent Android v4.1.1 build.

The HTC Flyer was the last attempt by the Taiwanese mobile maker to woo tech-junkies in the UK. It did arrive with a number of attributes that were unique to the 7-inch slate at that time, such as a high resolution screen the Scribe Technology. The slate originally carried a price tag of 600 GBP ($930 USD) however can now be bought in the market for mere 200 GBP ($310 USD). The HTC Jetstream is another tablet in their kitty, but with a bigger 10.1-inch screen.

A hint about the slate could be found by analyzing the timing of this declaration, which arrives a shortly after Google unveiled the Nexus 7, a slate proposed to contend in the low end of the marketplace. This device is anticipated to release on July 19th. We are not sure about you guys; however were eagerly waiting for more information on this mysterious tablet, for instance specifications, release date and pricing.

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HTC uncovers Desire V and Desire VC with dual-SIM slots

HTC has also joined the Dual-SIM wagon by announcing its first smartphone with support for dual-SIMs, the Desire V. In addition, the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer has also announced a dedicated dual-mode variant for the Chinese market called Desire VC.

As expected, the Desire V Desire VC possess indistinguishable specifications except the network support. HTC Desire V is supporting tri-band GSM on its secondary slot quad-band GSM/EDGE + dual-band HSPA on the primary SIM-1 slot. The second smartphone in our list is a CDMA/EVDO smartphone with a SIM card slot for tri-band GSM support.

Both the smartphones come with 4” WVGA panels, and is powered by Qualcomm MSM7227A chipsets, sporting a 1GHz Cortex-A5 CPU, Adreno 200 graphics with 512 MB of RAM. These handsets will also flaunt a decent 5MP camera with LED flash and VGA recording. So, photography enthusiasts will certainly appreciate these devices. Wi-Fi is also present. The internal 4GB of internal memory space can be expanded through micro SD card slot.

The main concern for any smartphone buyer is what version of operating system is included. Here, both the devices come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box. Of course, HTC has provided its Sense layer on top of the stock operating system. Beats Audio enrichments are also incorporated.

HTC Desire V is expected to hit the Asian markets in the beginning of July and will possibly hit other markets as well. It’s expected that the Desire VC would be release around the same time. The price tag for the Desire V will probably be around $345 (€275) the Desire VC will cost approximately $318 (€253).