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Experience The Best With HTC Desire HD
Display and Configuration
HTC Desire HD sports a 4.3 inches of TFT capacitive Multi touchscreen Display with a resolution of 480x800 pixels and a depth of 16M of colors. The device runs on Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and has been powered with 1GHz Processor along with 768MB RAM.
Camera and Memory
HTC Desire HD packs an 8.0MP rear camera with Dual LED Flash and Autofocus along with 3264x2448 pixels resolution but lacks a front camera. It houses 1.5GB internal memory which can be expandable up to 32GB via Micro SD Card.
Connectivity and Battery
HTC Desire HD comes with multiple connectivity options such as 3G, WiFi, GPS, USB, GPRS, Bluetooth etc and runs on a 1230 mAh Battery which gives talk time of up to 550 minutes.
HTC, one of the most leading brands of mobile manufacturers around the globe has come with HTC Desire HD with a smart look and standard Display size. The device is quite stylish and eye catchy from its look and its brand name. The device features with a fast processor along with Good connectivity including 3G. The device also has a high resolution camera but lacks of a front camera. The camera gives best results at its every click along with Geo tagging, face detection etc which adds more colours to your life. HTC Desire HD is available at a good price in the market.
Overall Expert Rating (4.5 Out of 5 based on 32 ratings)
We were also disheartened by a couple of other issues, which are perhaps even more significant than the foregoing. Firstly, as mentioned above, the aluminum casing fails to perfectly align with all the other external elements of the phone it comes into contact with, which is most unpleasantly apparent at the front, where it frames the display. The trouble is that the aluminum sticks out about a millimeter in front of the screen, generating a ridg...
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The HTC Desire HD and the Samsung Galaxy S are quite a fertile ground for comparison, due to the fact that both phones employ huge screens, coupled to latest generation chipsets. We ought to stage a cage fight to check how the powerful silicon fares at......
Big screen, big specs, big appeal. HTC know how to play the Android smartphone market, and the HTC Desire HD is no exception. Announced to great fanfare – and alongside the new online HTCSense.com service – last month, the Android 2.2 Froyo handset promises to take the original HTC Desire experience to the next level. Is this the best Android smartphone around today? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut. Hardware...
The HTC Desire HD may be too large for some users, and the new e-book reader and navigation apps left us somewhat cold. Battery life could be an issue too. However, the large screen is excellent for media-rich activities like web browsing and makes......
Pros: Large 4.3in. screen ; New online services including remote ring, lock and erase ; 8-megapixel camera ; Sense user experience includes new features and tweaks ; Comes with 8GB of microSD card storage
Cons: Too large for many people to use one-handed ; Battery life likely to be around a day for many users ; Awkward headphone jack location
Verdict: The HTC Desire HD may be too large for some users, and the new e-book reader and navigation apps left us somewhat cold. Battery life could be an issue too. However, the large screen is excellent for media-rich activities like web browsing and makes.....
Overall User Rating (4.5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Best Features: Everything that it can do except its battery
Pros: Best in its class
Cons: Small battery
Overall: Amazing multitasking giant. Excellent capabilities. Value for money. Superb pictures and videos capturing abilities blended with a superb processor.
Best Features: super fat internet
Pros: superb power internet
Cons: no any
Overall: its really a hot phone of htc .no excuse in this...to not buy. hurry up and grab it today.