|HTC Desire review|
Mark Peters : February 26th 2010 - 13:13 CET
HTC Desire quick review : Also named the Google Nexus One look-a-like, the new HTC Desire Smartphone was presented during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. HTC Mobile is a Taiwanese cell phone manufacturer that has been making a lot of noise with the introduction of interesting new Smartphones in the last few years, and HTC is always good for its remarkable technical specifications such as the case of the HTC Desire. The new, slim-line designed HTC Desire is equipped with a fast 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a large, 3.7-inch format display. The display is not only remarkable in terms of format; the screen is a multi-touch AMOLED-type screen, so that the color saturation and contrast are immediately noticeable.|
HTC Desire Smartphone
The HTC Desire mobile phone uses AMOLED and this is certainly a specification that will be valued by the end-user. The display is quite a bit higher in terms of quality than that of the previous ‘standard’ displays. In terms of operating system, the HTC Desire runs on Google Android OS version 2.1 and is therefore an up-to-date smartphone. Of course the Desire smartphone also uses the HTC Sense technology.
HTC Desire camera functions
• 5 megapixel color camera
• Face detection capability
• Auto focus and flash
• Widescreen photo capture
HTC Android Smartphone
The design of the HTC Desire looks pretty good. It is neatly finished at a high level. It’s not for nothing that HTC places this new model on the scale as a high-end Android smartphone. The AMOLED multi-touch screen has extensive possibilities such as zooming in on certain parts. Additionally, various sensors and meters ensure that the screen display can be automatically rotated to landscape or portrait, among others. The HTC Desire cell phone menu is very accessible and gives immediate access to the different HTC software applications.
HTC Desire sensors
• Digital compass
• Proximity sensor
• Ambient light sensor
• Internal GPS antenna
HTC Desire GPS navigation
The speed with which the HTC Desire smartphone executes certain tasks is very good. Heavier media Apps or navigation run smoothly, without disturbing delays. The operation of the HTC Sense is intuitive and the different functions of the Desire can easily be accessed everywhere.
HTC Desire mobile phone
Of course the HTC Desire mobile phone can also be used to maintain in contact with social networks. Apps such as Facebook and Twitter can be accessed directly, but also the sharing of content such as video and photo is quickly achieved via Flickr and YouTube.
HTC Desire quick review conclusion
Our first impression during our visit to the HTC booth was positive. The HTC Desire is an Android smartphone to consider. Whoever is looking for a new smartphone should make the effort to include the HTC Desire handset in their choices, because our first impression has left us wanting more, and that is not always the case…