HTC has explained its decision to drop the Desire HD handset from its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update schedule.
Vodafone has taken merely a day to get its HTC Desire HD Android 2.3 update to its customers, with the new update available now.
HTC has begun the process of bestowing the latest version of Android on its more recent phones, starting with the HTC Desire HD 2.3 update.
After the success of the HTC Desire, the Taiwanese firm is looking to take smartphones to the next level with the super-sized HTC Desire HD. But is it the next tech-filled talisman for the brand or a super-sized effort too far?
Online comparison site, USwitch.com, has released information suggesting that the British public is falling out of love with the iPhone 4.
TechRadar contacted HTC earlier today about the recently announced Android 2.3 update and whether or not it will be coming to its flagship phone: the HTC Desire HD.
Whether you consider the HTC Desire HD to be the sequel to the original HTC Desire or another in the family, it's not a better phone.
Vodafone has confirmed that it is now offering the Nokia N8 and HTC Desire HD – two of the most desirable handsets around, with the former available in an exclusive green hue from the network.