Vodafone Germany and HTC have announced the availability of Android-powered HTC Magic on the German market. The handset will cost you as low as one Euro depending on the chosen plan (minimum of €44.95 (about $59) per month). Or you can get it for €59.90 on a €24.95 plan, which isn't too pricy.
The HTC XV6175, previously known as the HTC Willow is rumored to be heading towards Verizon Wireless in the near future. Unfortunately, no details on the specs were provided, but we assume it will be a low-end device running Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard OS.
Vodafone has surprisingly announced the launch of the HTC Magic, the company's second Android handset, in Spain. This means that Spanish subscribers will get to enjoy the phone 8 days earlier than the rest of us. Of course, everything has it's price, and the phone won't come cheap.
O2 UK has announced that it's started offering the HTC Touch Diamond2 for free for all those willing to tie themselves to a £30 monthly 2-year contract, along with 9 months half price line rental (or £50 instant cash back). Now, if the iPhone 3G was offered for free, what would you choose out of those two?
Apparently, the Android-powered HTC Magic might soon be available via the Italian carrier TIM. It is already featured on the company’s website and will be going for 449 Euro, most likely on May 4th. On May 5th the handset will be released on Vodafone.
A live photo of the HTC Touch Pro2 with T-Mobile USA branding has surfaced today, indicating that the handset is destined for the U.S. market. To strenghthen that belief notice that the QWERTY keyboard doesn’t have European characters like € on it... Nice!
You can expect the device to be released as the T-Mobile Wing II on July 22.
It looks like there's a new Android-based HTC device on the horizon. According to an unofficial source HTC is planning to release the handset called Hero on October 11th 2009. The following was said by a forum user claiming that he works for a company:"I work for a wireless developer firm and I have just received word from the US carrier (cannot disclose who yet) that the release date for the HTC Hero (Android) is October 11th 2009.
HTC has issued two hotfixes for its Touch Diamond smartphone, which should should remove a couple of annoying bugs related to audio disfunctions, icluding music playback skipping, and problems in Sounds and Notifications settings. Check out the hotfixes here:Hotfix 1Hotfix 2