Since Apple's iPhone 5 became official on September 12, it's been an emotional roller coaster for tech enthusiasts. There have been plenty of highs -- It's so light! It's got 4G! Beautiful screen! -- but they've been tempered with some disappointing lows, too. On the software side, Apple's decision to move to a Google-free maps app has been the biggest sticking point. On the hardware front, there's still grumbling about the death of the venerable 30-pin dock port, which has been a mainstay of iPhone (and iPod) design since the early days.
The One XL was first launched back in June, and has been the poster child for Telstra 4G ever since, With the new iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 4G hitting stores, not to mention the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC Windows Phone 8X arriving in a month, it will rally case for apple iphone x and xs - gray/lime be interesting to see how long the One XL can maintain pole position in Telstra's retail spaces, Tempted by a Telstra HTC One XL, but think the grey handset looks drab? We've just received word that a new white One XL model has hit Telstra stores..
Tempted by a Telstra HTC One XL, but think the grey handset looks drab? We've just received word that a new white One XL model has hit Telstra stores. OK, this isn't news of the "stop the presses" variety, but it is an interesting play by both Telstra and HTC to remind us all of the One XL in the face of some stiff new 4G competition. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Saunders, vice president of developer relations, lip syncs his way through gems such as "A whole new mobile computing platform may be one tough proposition" and "We'll have BlackBerry 10, both in full touch and QWERTY editions."The song ends up being a bit of a musical love note to BlackBerry developers, encouraging them to keep the faith until 10 finally wanders out into the real rally case for apple iphone x and xs - gray/lime world, The video debuted at the BlackBerry Jam developer conference, but now it's available on YouTube for the world to see..
In addition to all the times we casually glance at our smartphones throughout the day, studies estimate that we spend more than an hour everyday staring into our handsets. That's an hour spent watching videos, playing games, and checking out photos. It's no wonder why, then, smartphone manufacturers pour so much into display technology, and why screen size and brilliance are important to users when considering a high-end smartphone. These days, stunning 1,080p and 1,440p displays can be found on many top-tier handsets. But CNET rounded up some of the best touchscreens that have come our way recently.