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HTC Sensation XL Review

HTC Sensation XL Review

Seldom has the name of a phone been so obviously related to its proposition as with the HTC Sensation XL. Bearing a supersized 4.7-inch touchscreen along with Beats Audio, this "extra large" Android smartphone should arguably be the pinnacle of HTC's multimedia range. However, cost-cutting and some frustrating design decisions could undermine all that. Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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HTC Quattro, Cybertron, Elite, and more appear on device code-name list

HTC Quattro, Cybertron, Elite, and more appear on device code-name list

There's been a leak of a relatively long list of what appear to be code names for devices manufactured by HTC this week, with several of the names having been made and released already and a whole lot more looking rather new with no assignment given to them as of yet. This list was passed to PocketNow a few months ago and was held due to concerns over legitimacy. Now that more than a few of the names have since appeared on real-life devices in the wild, the time for publishing has come! Look at this wacky list below.

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HTC Ice Cream Sandwich update range revealed

HTC Ice Cream Sandwich update range revealed

HTC has revealed the first lucky Android smartphones in line for an Ice Cream Sandwich update, though owners will have to wait until "early 2012" for Android 4.0 upgrades to actually be released. According to HTC, the new HTV Vivid - which we reviewed this weekend - is upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich, along with the HTC Sensation, Sensation XL and Sensation XE. More details - and models - after the cut.

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HTC teases first Beats-enabled USA device with event invite

HTC teases first Beats-enabled USA device with event invite

In what very well may be an invitation to be the first to see the HTC Rezound, (aka the HTC Vigor,) HTC tells of their "latest innovation." What we've got here is an invite as sent out to press which has the reverberations of sound emanating from the "HTC INVITES YOU" text in green down to two logos, one for HTC, the other for Dr Dre's Beats. Beats and HTC joined forces several weeks ago in an effort to bring greater sound quality to HTC smartphones everywhere and we've already seen Beats on HTC in Europe - could this be the ushering in of fine quality music on smartphones right here in the states? Yes, I think so.

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HTC Titan Review

HTC Titan Review

Rarely does a gadget's name quite so well describe its nature, as is the case with the HTC Titan. A huge 4.7-inch display packed into a battleship-strong metal chassis, the TItan is an unapologetic slab of Windows Phone 7. Question is, can Mango provide sufficient sweetness to balance the Titan's brutal charms, or are HTC's big ambitions in for an equally big fall? Check out the full SlashGear review to find out.

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HTCdev Speaks: Compelling Coders, Fragmentation, More

HTCdev Speaks: Compelling Coders, Fragmentation, More

The barrier to Android development is already low, but concentrating your efforts with one particular manufacturer can pay dividends. That's the message from HTCdev, HTC's "built by developers, for developers" outreach program launched this year. SlashGear caught up with Bruce Jones and Leigh Momii from HTCdev at Droidcon UK last week, the developer evangelism team's biggest public outing to date, to find out why independently cultivating coders could well be HTC's best strategy to stay relevant in Android.

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HTC Rhyme Review [Video]

HTC Rhyme Review [Video]

When it comes to unique Android devices, generally it's a manufacturer's job to make the biggest, the most powerful, or the most thin - all that's been thrown out the window with the HTC Rhyme. What we've got here instead is the world's first real effort to create an Android device that's specifically feminine in form. It's plum colored, it's got a light-up Charm that allows you to access the device even if its hidden deep in your purse, and it's the perfect size for a petite hand. Will all this (plus a bit more, of course), add up to be the perfect new generation device for HTC?

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