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HTC Desire Z
Mark Peters : October 6th 2010 - 19:42 CET
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HTCHTC Desire Z Smartphone : HTC Corporation unveiled a new HTC Sense experience with the new HTC Desire Z Android-based smartphone. The new HTC Sense experience continues HTC’s strong focus on the customer, placing people at the center by simply making its phones work in a more personal and natural way. HTC Sense introduces a number of key innovations including a series of connected services called 'HTCSense dot com' that enhance people’s mobile experience on HTC phones. "As a key Android partner and smartphone brand, HTC continues to bring new innovation to the platform," said Andy Rubin, VP engineering at Google. "Android is about choice and the HTC Desire Z continues to provide customers with powerful choices and flexibility."

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HTC Desire Z features
For people constantly on the go, HTC Desire Z Smartphone makes it quick and easy to stay connected with friends on Facebook and Twitter or with colleagues and customers at work. HTC Desire Z features a unique ‘pop hinge’ that opens to reveal a QWERTY keyboard for fast, convenient typing. HTC Desire Z’s keyboard also includes a variety of keyboard shortcuts and two customizable keys for providing instant access to common functions without the need to open menus. The HTC Desire Z also includes 720p HD video recording and a 5-megapixel camera with automatic flash. It is the first mobile phone to utilize the new 800MHz Qualcomm 7230 processor for improved performance and battery life and also includes HTC Fast Boot.

HTC Desire Z

HTC Desire Z Smartphone service
“We’re excited to be taking the HTC Sense experience beyond the phone to a whole new level with a series of connected HTC services we call HTCSense dot com,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “Our customers will value the holistic approach we’re taking to enhance their mobile experience. This customer-first philosophy has resonated with people buying HTC phones and this drives us to continue introducing new innovative smartphones like the HTC Desire Z.”

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HTC Sense experience on the HTC Desire Z
The new HTC Sense experience offers a variety of enhancements that improve how people capture, create, share and access multimedia content. With a newly created camera experience on the HTC Desire Z phone, people can record HD videos or capture and edit images with a variety of fun camera effects. With HTC Locations, a new differentiated online mapping experience, people have instant, on-demand mapping without download delays or incurring mobile roaming charges. The HTC Desire Z smartphone also includes a new integrated online e-reading experience utilizing a new e-book store powered by Koboä and a new, mobile-optimized e-reader that includes the ability to highlight, annotate and quickly search for definitions or translate unfamiliar terms.

HTC Desire Z review

HTC Desire Z phone features innovative service
With the new HTCSense dot com service, people can simply manage their mobile phone experience from their HTC phone or personal computer. For example, people can easily locate a missing phone by triggering the handset to ring loudly, even if it is set to silent, or to flag its location on a map. If the HTC Desire Z phone is been lost or stolen, users can remotely lock the phone, forward calls and texts to another phone, send a message to the phone to arrange its return or even remotely wipe all personal data from it. HTCSense dot com makes it easy to setup a new HTC phone or access archived mobile content such as contacts, text messages and call history from a PC browser. People can also customize their HTC Desire Z phone with exclusive HTC content like wallpapers, HTC scenes, sounds or plug-ins.

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HTC Desire Z review and availability
The new HTC Desire Z mobile phone will be broadly available through mobile operators and retailers in North America later this year. As soon as we receive a HTC Desire Z test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive HTC Desire Z review.
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