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20th October 2014
Mobile makers reveal when new Google software will hit phones.
8th October 2014
Mobile-maker reveals why it shelved smartwatch plans.
29th September 2014 – 1 comment
Devices will require 20 Google apps as company looks to further rein in customisation.
12th September 2014
Back from the dead.
4th September 2014
64-bit mid–range smartphone gets the nod in Berlin.
27th August 2014
Phone-maker launches 4G landgrab.
HTC's Explorer packs a 3.2" touchscreen, three megapixel camera and an up to the minute version of Android into a curved, compact design. It's supremely simple to use and makes social networking a breeze.
In the market for a phone that handles social networking smoothly? Then the Explorer might just be the handset you've been looking for. Thanks to the brilliant People app, you can access social updates from all your friends and family in a single place.
What's more, to make them easy to read, they're arranged in a single easy to view thread. And you can send photos, video clips and locations with a single press of the screen.
But that's not all. Because the Explorer is powered by Android, you'll be able to choose from tens of thousands of great apps, games and practical tools - many of which are completely free to download. Just head to the Android Market and set up an account and get involved right away.
Elsewhere, you'll find a handy three megapixel camera with autofocus, face-detection and geo-tagging that's just right for taking great snaps and excels at video too. And to ensure you've space to store them all, there's a microSD card slot that enables the handset's memory to be expanded by up to 32GB.
Other features of the Explorer include a pre-installed apps such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, Google Maps with A-GPS for easy route-finding, a 600MHz processor to keep everything running smoothly, an organiser, web browser and media player to keep you entertained on the go.