HTC Desire Review

The HTC Desire mobile phone is the in-house version of the Google Nexus One so what we get is a dazzling smartphone working the very newest version of Google’s Android operating-system (v2.1 or Éclair for all those still keeping count). In addition to the updated OS, the Desire, which was previously known as the Bravo will also boasts HTC’s own Sense user interface which gets updates from Facebook and Twitter, updates your pals status within your contacts list, allow you to upload photos to Flickr and offers seven customisable home screens. Add shortcuts, live web feeds and much more to one of the home screens and flick between them or pinch on the screen to see all 7 screens shot at once if that is what you want to do.

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Powering the product is a 1GHz Snapdragon processor which guarantees flicking between home screens, launching apps and opening web pages is ultra smooth not to mention a perfect looking on the dazzling 3.7 inch AMOLED touchscreen display screen. Capacitive technology permits multi-touch which lets such functions as pinch to zoom from the web browser and maps as well as produces one of the most fluid, responsive touchscreen’s we have seen in a mobile phone. AMOLED technology produces one of the brightest displays available whilst as well as preserving battery life and space allowing for the phone to measure just 11.9 mm thick.

Throw in a 5. Megapixel camera, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS and expandable memory up to 32GB and it’s easy to see why the device will be an early contender for being the best phone of the year. The HTC Desire is now available on on Vodafone and T-Mobile, Compare HTC Desire Deals to check out some of the available contract deals. With first stock anticipated in the last week of March, pre-order yours now to be one of the first to get hold of the extraordinary new Htc desire mobile phone.


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