Im a HTC user in India using HTC Desire S. No idea about other HTC phones but what i normally hear is that the company does not provide value for money. I got my phone replaced for 1 time and serviced for almost almost 5-6 times. Still the phone is at die hard stage. And.. Damn i bought this for 24 Grants here in India.
- 2012-11-14 11:43
HTC as a company suck big time with updates. It doesn't make it interesting buying HTC. I'm definately moving away from HTC
- 2012-11-14 11:23
- FD Beast
Come on, HTC! The EVO 3D was a flagship device in its time and should be treated with Android 4.1 if not 4.2. Jellybean doesn't use much more resources than 4.0 IMO and it's more than capable of running it. It even has 1 GB of RAM, so that shouldn't be a problem.
- 2012-11-14 10:54
- HTC are the best
We are buying One X's or + models anyway.
As an HTC fan, loyal users aren't worried and
happy with getting better hardware to show our support.
4.1 runs better on quads with 1GB as well.
When 4.2 lag fixes are added to sense it will blow
TouchWhiz away for smoothness
- 2012-11-14 10:22
- you rigth
- 2012-11-14 10:14
htc one v......4.1or4.2??????
- 2012-11-14 09:02
how about Htc evo 3D ? is it going to get Jelly Bean or not? because some news said, Jelly Bean will available on it...
- 2012-11-14 08:57
Actually any phone can run JB My xperia pro wont be updated to jb because sony says it wont be better but i flashed a JB rom with the sony UI and i score 33 fps on nenamark 2 with a 1ghz and 512mb ram
- 2012-11-14 08:41
- HTC is the best
> In reply to Manik @ 2012-11-14 03:51 from GLQV - click to readIt's not that laggy really.
When android 4.3 is out should fix that and 4.4
- 2012-11-14 08:41
> In reply to apple-sux @ 2012-11-13 21:47 from Lk@j - click to readTell me again why would anyone NEED to use the latest Android? Last time I checked, most devices still run a solid build of Gingerbread and it's not going to change any time soon. A device has fully functioning smooth-running hardware since the day it was purchased. There is no NEED for software updates, just a WANT. I do want my Note to get JB as it's packed with tons of new stuff but I don't really have a need for it.
Stop complaining so much and use the hardware you've purchased. If you're just in for the updates, move to iOS but be prepared for an ocassional mishap *cough* Apple maps *cough* and a ton of abuse from the Android crowd:P
- 2012-11-14 08:35
> In reply to apple-sux @ 2012-11-13 21:47 from Lk@j - click to readits true.thats another reason why they make phones with non user replaceable batteries
- 2012-11-14 08:19
> In reply to apple-sux @ 2012-11-13 21:47 from Lk@j - click to readNot getting an update doesn't force you to have to buy a new phone.
If you want a new and more exciting look, get a custom launcher, or ROM for that matter. You'd still be able to run the same games and apps.
If you buy a phone for it's OS version and expected future updates, rather than what apps it can rund and what the phone is actually able to do hardware wise, then you need to shift your focus.
- 2012-11-14 08:18
. OEMs are putting all this bloatware on their phones. This actualy makes a difference in user experience between Samsung, HTC or LG... With a bit of knowlage you could have like 2 years old phone like SGS and use JellyBean. I don't know the difference on hardware requirenments for ICS and JB but ICS run just fine even on my old HTC HD2 (1GHz cpu + 576 RAM). And it was made in the previous century (end of 2009). Maybe even JB would be usable...
- 2012-11-14 08:14
what about htc evo 3d, as this 1 gb ram
- 2012-11-14 07:57
- DESIRE HD
In that case, my Desire HD should get it right?
the fact is my Desire HD even do not get ICS...!!!
- 2012-11-14 07:24
what about Desire V ?
- 2012-11-14 07:07
Hopefully, HTC Sensation will be getting Jelly Bean because it has 768MB of memory.
- 2012-11-14 07:02
I'm sorry to ask but where has the Jelly Bean update started to be deployed for the HTC One S?
I thought it was only for HTC One X.
From a French website, they contacted the French helpdesk of HTC and the update should be available in France on 19th of November for the HTC One X.
- 2012-11-14 06:52
- Rajesh Parmar
up till now for htc one x no jelly bean update is not good for brand like HTC waiting waiting only waiting
- 2012-11-14 06:22
Dual core snapdragon 4G Slide from late 2011 still on gingerbread.
Never got any update at all.
What a joke. Last HTC phone I buy for sure...
- 2012-11-14 06:12