HTC One X+ is now available at Nasa Smart Devices

Nasa Smart Devices is offering HTC One X+ exclusively in Saudi Arabia. The device is now available with 64GB Memory and in Black color.

More Great Features of HTC One X Plus

  • 67% Faster CPU
  • Double Memory
  • 50% More battery Life


Nasa Presents HTC Desire HD

A screen and sound system that will blow you away

Yesterday’s tiny screens and squeaky sound couldn’t do justice to all the great stuff you can experience on today’s HTC Desire HD. That’s why we’ve fitted the HTC Desire HD with a huge cinematic 4.3-inch display, Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual surround sound. Websites, videos, music, games and apps really rock on your HTC Desire HD.

Maps that never keep you waiting

Tired of waiting – and paying – as maps slowly download? Get there faster. The HTC Desire HD delivers maps with zero wait, zero dead spots and zero data roaming fees. Have trouble knowing which way to turn when using a map? Relax. Maps on the HTC Desire HD always point you in the right direction. Need an ATM, a gas station or a quick bite to eat? With HTC Desire HD all the top spots appear right on your home screen.

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What does HTC Sense mean on the HTC HD2

HTC’s press release mentions bringing HTC Sense to Windows Mobile. The user interface however looks much like TouchFlo3D has ever looked, which seems to make their statement nonsense. Stuff must have asked the same question, and this is the explanation they received.






There are three strands to the HTC Sense UI ethos. Firstly, it’s all about ‘making it mine’. So the home page features a fully customisable 3×3 grid, giving you the freedom to decide what apps and widgets go onto each of the 13 home screens – yes, 13 home screens. You don’t need to have them all, so if 13 is a bit too much, take it down to whatever suits you.

Secondly, it’s all about ’staying close’ and the HD2 reinforces the idea that communication is not just about applications, emails, messages et al – it’s about people. With that in mind, the HD2 has a ‘favourites’ option, allowing you to aggregate your contact’s details in one place, not to mention being a great tool for conference calls.

Lastly, it’s all about ‘expecting the unexpected’ and the HD2 has a few cool tricks up its sleeves. For example, when your phone rings it will detect when you pick up your handset and automatically lower the ringtone volume. Its backlight will automatically adjust to suit its surroundings as will go to sleep when you’re nattering away to prevent unknowingly hanging up while you’re on the phone to your mum and of course saving some juice in the process.

There you have it. Of course its the tricks up the sleeve we find fascinating. They include features such as automatically showing the weather for your location, being able to mute the phone by turning it over, or the implementation of the new car kit.