Released officially earlier this week, the HTC Flyer is an Android tablet which won’t be arriving with Google’s tablet dedicated Android OS 3.0, Honeycomb. According to the leaked Amazon product page, which is apparently still live, the HTC Flyer will retail for a pricey €669 or $900 USD.
Though we are not sure regarding the authenticity of this news yet it was exciting enough for us to leave a mention of the same. HTC’s EVO Shift 4G has just now leaked into the market with a release date of 9th January. Missing the holiday season by such a small time period does not make any sense to me but I guess HTC somehow didn’t want to get lost in the holiday bubble.
Best Buy Mobile seems to be acting super smart so as to lure its customers during the ongoing holiday season. Best Buy Mobile has smartly chosen a list of phones that they will be giving away for $0 everyday during the month of December with the 2 year contract accompanying it for the pre-decided charges. This seems to be the best way to get rid of old stock which isn’t getting sold out.
The folks at IntoMobile unboxes the HTC HD 7 from T-Mobile, a phone that looks on the outside very similar to the HTC Desire HD. But that is where it ends, as the HTC HD7 is a premium Windows Phone 7 device powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It also features a 4.3″ WVGA capacitive multitouch super LCD display (the only WP7 phone with such a large screen), 5MP camera with dual LED, Wi-Fi and A-GPS.
Orange has announced today that its first ever Windows Phone 7 handsets to hit the UK – the HTC 7 Mozart and Samsung Omnia 7, will be available tomorrow (Thursday) morning.
Oxford Street based Orange store will open its doors at 7 am with anticipationo that queues of long awaited fans will be wanting a first look at these highly anticipated Windows Phone 7 mobiles.