HTC plans three Android handsets this year
VNUNet reports that HTC has announced plans to roll-out three new handsets this year using Google’s Android operating system.
Telecom Italia to debut HTC Dream
Telecompaper reports that Telecom Italia will become only the second operator to launch HTC’s Android-powered Dream device.
Report: Orange France preps Android devices
French website Mobinaute reports that Orange France plans to launch at least six Android handsets this year from five manufacturers: Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG, Samsung and HTC.
HTC unveils Snap
The Register reports that HTC has officially launched its latest Blackberry-esque handset, Snap. Although Snap has a Qwerty keypad with “extra-large domed keys,” the phone also features an ‘Inner Circle’ button.
HTC Q1 revenues fall 3.4%
HTC reported first-quarter revenues of TWD31.59 billion (US$949 million), down 3.4 percent from a year earlier, reports Telecompaper.
NYT: T-Mobile plans Android products for the home
T-Mobile USA is planning to use Google’s Android mobile platform for a range of devices beyond mobile phones, according to the New York Times.
Taiwanese vendors confident on growth
Taiwanese device vendors Acer and HTC have outlined bullish growth plans this year, bucking downbeat forecasts offered by more high-profile western rivals.
Google previews new version of Android
Google has provided developers with a preview of the SDK (Software Development Kit) for the new version of its Android mobile platform this week.
HTC Q1 sales and profit fall
Cellular News notes that Taiwan’s HTC announced first quarter revenues of TWD31.6 billion (US$931.6 million), a 3.4 percent year-on-year decline.
New HTC Android device pics leaked
The blog Code Android claims that HTC’s third Android-based device – dubbed the G3 or Hero (pictured) – will be released in third-quarter 2009.
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