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Ilse Jurriën : November 30th 2010 - 11:01 CET

HTC Desire review


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HTCHTC Desire review at LetsGoMobile : The HTC Desire is yet another HTC model that has been added to the Android smartphone portfolio. Because the HTC Desire smartphone uses the Android operating system, the menu is already familiar. The HTC Desire is a complete smartphone, being equipped with a 5.0 megapixel digital camera, a large, 3.7-inch touchscreen, an FM-radio, a built-in GPS antenna, HSDPA and Wi-Fi, among others.

• Read the full HTC Desire review at LetsGoMobile.
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LetsGoMobile adds: "Of course, you can also shoot photos with the HTC Desire, thanks to the integrated 5.0 megapixel digital camera. Everything can be displayed nicely thanks to the large, bright, AMOLED screen. The camera-application can be started up in the menu by choosing camera. If you use this often, you can of course make a quick link for it on the start screen. There is no additional camera key. Starting up the camera is nice and fast so that you can photograph almost immediately."

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LetsGoMobile continues: "Shooting photos is accomplished by pushing the joystick. Focusing is a bit slow, but with a bit of patience, it is doable. If you want to focus somewhere else, you can simply touch that place on the screen. The photos taken with the HTC Desire’s 5.0 megapixel camera are fair. It is hard to take a good photo, because there is often too much or too little light. Everything looks pretty reasonable on the screen, but it does not translate so well in print. The camera performs the best when it is nice weather."

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The HTC Desire is, as we are used to by now with HTC, a powerful all-round Android Smartphone. With the HTC Sense look&feel, it is a true HTC, and one that uses the Android operating system. This equips the phone with a good Internet browser, which even supports Flash, and of course, a connection with HSDPA or Wi-Fi is possible. Read the full HTC Desire review at LetsGoMobile.




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