HTC Windows Phone
While the HTC HD7s and HD7 have been overshadowed by sheer power of HTC Titan, it is still one of the best windows phones out there. Being an HD7 user myself, the only thing that I do not like about it is its battery life. Blame HTC for equipping it with 1230mAh battery, which is just not enough to power its huge 4.3 inch display and myriad of connectivity radios like 3G, Wi-Fi, Edge and so on. The only solution left to me was getting myself an extended battery.
The Tango service is an amazing cross platform video service that is available for a variety of operating systems. The amazing folks at xda devs have made a XAP file for the Chevron unlocked devices that would allow both front facing and non-front facing camera windows phone to do video chat. Right now, among the HTC devices, HD7, HD2, Mozart, Titan and Radar are supported.
HTC is going to release Mango (Windows Phone 7.5) update for its windows phones sometime later this month. But someone at xda-devs has already got hold of this soon-to-be-released ROM. It has been confirmed by many users that it is infact the official ROM meant to be released to the public.
Few days back, we reported that Dark Force Team will be bringing Mango update to the HD2. Well, here is it! As mentioned in earlier post about HD2 Mango update, there is no marketplace access or contacts sync (officially). UPDATE – marketplace is working. See update given below. That said, there are several other unofficial ways in getting apps and contacts on it. Here are the instructions on how to get Mango on HD2
Yes, it is not a mirage. It is reality. Tell your friends, your 2 year old HD2 is soon going to run the latest and most-anticipated version of Windows Phone – Mango (Windows Phone 7.1). HTC HD2, which was undoubtedly the last and the most successful Windows Mobile phone will soon be given Mango-treatment coming Monday.
I love buying cases for my smartphones. My Mozart has has been lying case-less from the past one month as I was unable to find a nice case for it. Then, I stumbled upon this Barely There Case-Mate case. As you would have already guessed by its name, the case is not meant to add a lot of bulk to your Windows Phone. The case came packed in a very simple package. Here is what it looks like: