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Mark Peters : April 10th 2016 - 09:30 CET

HTC Desire Android phones


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HTCHTC Desire Android Smart phones : With the ambition of creating one-of-a-kind mobile devices, HTC lifted the lid on its latest Android-based smart phones. Inspired by urban street wear, the design of the three latest handsets to the Desire smart phone range - the HTC Desire 530, Desire 630 and Desire 825 - bridge the gap between fashion and consumer electronics. Using a specially created micro splash effect on the polycarbonate shell, every single phone is both personal and unique. Playing to people’s personal tastes, their desire to be different and the fact that smartphones are now as much of a fashion accessory as they are a personal hub, HTC’s design team employed a paint process that treats each phone as a canvas.
HTC Desire Smart phones

HTC Desire Android phones
Utilizing specially designed spray nozzles and different settings of pressure and paint viscosity, they were able create an object that not only looks different, but that looks like nothing else on the market. Coming in a choice of colors - Stratus White Remix with duo color micro splash and Graphite Gray Remix with gold micro splash for the Desire 630 and Desire 825, and Graphite Grey and Solid Stratus White block colors for the HTC Desire 530, these smart phones deliver something personal for everyone. Knowing that people like to customize their style and stay ahead of the trends, our design experts also created two-tone snap on cases that split into parts, a lanyard inspired by hand straps on bags and over 25,000 themes that enable you to change your smart phone color scheme and background based on your favorite images.

Hi-Res audio

Hi-Res Audio certified smart phones
But it’s not just about design. Sound is also incredibly important and, whilst music choice is incredibly personal, the demand for high quality audio is shared. Both the HTC Desire 825 and Desire 630 are Hi-Res Audio certified and feature HTC’s revolutionary BoomSound with Dolby Audio Sound technology. Combined with audio playback, that is four times more detailed than CD quality, you are guaranteed a richer and more dynamic music experience. In select regions, the Desire 630 and Desire 825 smart phones will also come bundled with a Hi-Res headset that delivers higher fidelity music straight out of the box.

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HTC mobile photography
With young people predicted to take up to 25,000 selfies in their lifetime, imaging quality also needs to hit the mark and so these phones have been specifically designed with a 5 megapixel front facing digital camera and Auto Selfie and Voice Selfie Modes, that allow you to snap away without pressing a button. The integration of Live Make-Up on the HTC Desire 630 and 825 ensures that you can touch up your face so that it always looks as good as your phone. Precision engineering continues with an 8 megapixel rear camera on the HTC Desire 530, a 13 megapixel on the HTC Desire 630 and Desire 825 and built-in BSI sensors that increase the amount of light captured, giving you great images whatever time of day.

Desire smart phones

HTC Smart Sensor Hub
Additional features like burst shot and sweep panorama allow you to freeze movement and create professional looking landscape photos, with Google Photos providing an ideal storage facility for your pictures and videos. With a smart phone that makes you stand out from the crowd, you want to feel as good as you look. Integrated into the HTC Desire 825, is HTC Sensor Hub - a feature that lets you keep tabs on your wellbeing. Always on, HTC Sensor Hub records your activity, gestures and dynamic movement, providing real-time stats that can be automatically linked to some of the most popular fitness tracking applications, including Runtastic Running & Fitness, Runkeeper, Endomondo Running and Walking, and Google Fit.




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