LG eXpo suffering from production & manufacturing delays?


The LG eXpo which launched last December on AT&T seems to be suffering from several production/manufacturing issues according to Art Stewart, vice president of wireless products AuthenTec provider of the fingerprint sensor found on the eXpo. LG “has antenna issues” with e devices and “We shipped thousands of [sensors] to LG…but there has been a delay,” Stewart told Forbes. On the other hand LG and AT&T are claimed that the handset is currently out-of-stock because of “strong demand” and that “We are working with all our partners to address this issue and expect to have product available soon.” Let’s hop that LG finally fixes whatever is wrong before the launch on their Window Phone 7 Series handset (LG Panther).

Source: Forbes

T-mobile US HTC HD2 spotted in the wild


Looks like T-Mobile is getting ready to launch the HTC HD2 in a few days. The latest rumored date is still March 24th (some people are claiming March 17th now). This US version of the HD2 packs more ROM than the international version (1Gb vs 512Mb), a 16GB Micro-SD card (with the 2 transformers movies on there) and an update Sense UI with an integrated eBook reader and Document viewer. But the most important question right now is: Will it be upgradeable to Windows Phone 7 Series? Don’t foget to check out my HTC HD2 review.

Source TMonews via Engadget

HTC Legend, HTC Desire & HTC HD Mini shipping in April, up for pre-order now

HTC Legend, HTC Desire, HTC HD2, HTC HD Mini


HTC’s latest trio of handset is now available for pre-order on Amazon’s UK website right now (sim-free & unlocked). The Legend and Desire are shceduled to start shipping on April 1 and April 14th for the HD Mini. HTC’s top-of-the-line Android phone (HTC Desire) will set you back £528.68, the HTC Legend £399.9 and the finally £369.00 for the HTC HD Mini.

Source: Amazon UK (Desire, Legend, HD Mini)