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HTC’s LTE smartphone due 2011; no full Sense for Windows Phone 7

HTC’s LTE smartphone due 2011; no full Sense for Windows Phone 7

HTC has already pushed out a 4G WiMAX smartphone - in the shape of the HTC EVO 4G - but they're also planning for their first LTE handset too; according to the latest from CEO Peter Chou, however, it sounds like the device will miss Verizon's initial roll-out later in 2010.  Chou has told FierceWireless that the first LTE HTC device is due sometime in 2011, saying that "HTC was the first with 3G smartphone and 4G smartphone, and we are definitely looking to future network technologies."

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HTC Sense concept for Windows Phone 7 leaked? [Video]

HTC Sense concept for Windows Phone 7 leaked? [Video]

We saw yesterday what HTC have in mind for their next-generation Sense experience on Android - complete with DLNA, slicker animations and remote access through a dedicated website - and now we might be getting a sneaky preview of what the company's Windows Phone 7 handset experience might be like.  A video purported to show an internally created HTC Sense concept for the upcoming Microsoft smartphone OS has made its way onto YouTube.

Video demo after the cut

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HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

It fell through the cracks a little at HTC's press event earlier - two new uberphones like the Desire HD and Desire Z will have that effect - but we're quietly excited about the upcoming HTC Media Link wireless DLNA streaming adapter.  Introduced as part of the company's new Sense evolution, the compact box works with the two new handsets and allows you to stream media to TVs that lack integrated DLNA support.

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HTC Desire Z hands-on [Video]

HTC Desire Z hands-on [Video]

If the Desire HD is HTC's uber-multimedia phone, the HTC Desire Z is their business monster. We've been asking the company to produce a new hardware QWERTY device for twelve months now, and they've certainly delivered: the Desire Z's 'board is finger-friendly, snappy and slotted into a handset that still manages to be pocketable.

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