Without a doubt, the HTC Desire HD is the most desired Android smartphone ever.
It's finally here! The HTC Desire HD is expected to dethrone Apple's iPhone from its throne. The phone is jam-packed with amazing features that can be accessed via a massive capacitive touch screen. The Desire HD is slightly larger than the average smartphone, but this is necessary to accommodate the massive display. The phone is Android-based and runs the latest Froyo 2.2 version of the popular mobile operating system. To read the Poco X3 Pro Camera Review, click here
The Desire HD is certainly up there with the best in terms of looks; the screen measures 4.3 inches and uses a 480 x 800 pixel setup to display the stunning on-screen imagery. The device is a little on the large side at 123.0 x 68.0 x 11.8mm, but the slim line design means it is still pocket friendly and very palmable.
HTC is one of the world's most respected mobile technology companies, and their HTC Sense software is one of the most user-friendly on the market. Because of the powerful 1GHz processor, the clever interface allows users to multitask like never before, and it integrates all of your social networks into the contacts list for a fully optimized SNS experience.
The web browsing experience is astounding; for starters, connecting to the internet is a very quick process thanks to the phone's Wi Fi. The Desire HD also has advanced 3G technology and EDGE/GPRS coverage for multiple cellular networks. The browser supports multi-touch input and allows you to save bookmarks that can be accessed from the home screen.
The Android-based smartphone is packed with Google features ranging from messaging to navigation; Google Maps and HTC Footprints will get you from point A to point B thanks to an A-GPS receiver built into the phone.
The Desire HD can handle multiple e-mail accounts and IM clients right out of the box. Twitter is managed through a dedicated app called "HTC Peep," and Facebook has its own app. FriendStream is a cool feature that consolidates all of your communications across all messaging formats, including social networking and e-mail, into a single, easy-to-follow stream of data.
Users can capture beautiful HD 720p videos and crisp still images with an integrated 8MP digital camera and upload them to a variety of social networks and YouTube. Basically, the video player is fantastic; it can handle almost any file you throw at it, and the music player is the same. Users of the Desire HD will be pleased with the sound quality of the speakers, and a 3.5mm jack will accommodate almost any headphones.
The HTC Desire HD is completely customizable thanks to unrestricted access to the Android Market, which offers a large selection (thousands) of apps for users to download. The phone's memory can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD, and it can communicate wirelessly with compatible hardware devices thanks to Bluetooth.