Rabu, 03 Oktober 2012

HTC Get Started Service Coming Soon to Indian Users


Taiwanese handset maker HTC unveiled yesterday the upcoming availability of its new Android flagship smartphone, the One X+. The smartphone will be launched in Europe and North Asia this month, while South Asia will get it in November.

The smartphone comes with several new features and services, which are meant to improve the overall user experience. The “HTC Get Started” service is among the new features that come with the HTC One X+ smartphone.

However, the service will only be available in the following countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE and United Kingdom.

It’s likely that the service will be made available in additional countries, including India, but for the time being only users in the regions mentioned above can take advantage of the HTC Get Started service.

We can speculate that the new service will be made available in India the moment HTC One X+ hits shelves, though this has yet to be confirmed.

It is also worth mentioning that this service will be made compatible with other smartphones in the One series. In addition, HTC devices that run Sense 3.5 and newer UIs will also get the HTC Get Started service sometime in the following months.

Check out HTC’s description of the HTC Get Started service below and stay tuned for more updates on the matter.

A new feature in the HTC One X+ is HTC Get Started, a new web service that guides the user painlessly through the set-up and personalisation process from a desktop web browser. Designed to enhance the experience of setting up a phone for the first time, this feature ensures that users will get the most out of their new phone from the beginning. With the touch of a button, the user’s phone will reflect the settings and apps that were chosen on the Web.”

Via: HTC Get Started Service Coming Soon to Indian Users

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