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20th October 2014
Mobile makers reveal when new Google software will hit phones.
8th October 2014
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29th September 2014 – 1 comment
Devices will require 20 Google apps as company looks to further rein in customisation.
12th September 2014
Back from the dead.
4th September 2014
64-bit mid–range smartphone gets the nod in Berlin.
27th August 2014
Phone-maker launches 4G landgrab.
Android phones don't come much finer than the HTC Desire HD. With glorious imaging capabilities, a beautiful aluminium shell, a vast 4.3-inch touchscreen for enjoying media on the go and a wealth of apps downloadable from Android Marketplace, the HTC Desire HD offers a faultless mobile experience.
As with all Android mobiles, the HTC Desire HD offers users an almost unlimited choice of apps, taking in everything from fun games to practical business tools. With tens of thousands of titles on offer at the Android Market, you'll be able to discover a new one every day.
What's more, because the HTC Desire HD is equipped with a brand new version of the Sense interface along with the latest edition of Google's Android operating system, it makes it even faster and easier to access all the apps you've downloaded.
The Desire HD is a cameraphone of rare quality. The onboard eight megapixel camera with dual LED flash and geo-tagging takes a great snap each and every time, with a host of great effects to choose from to add a unique touch to your images. There's even automatic face recognition technology installed to help less able photographers.
Plus it's just as good at video, allowing you to record in rich high definition at 720p to add a sheen or real professionalism to even the most amateur mini movie.
Other features of the Desire HD include a media player, web browser, Wi-Fi and UBS tethering, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth and expandable memory of up to 32GB via microSD card support.
The Desire HD is the sequel to the massive-selling HTC Desire. It improves on that already-fantastic smartphone by adding some truly superlative imaging capabilities. Not least among these is video recording in high definition and an eight megapixel camera in place of the original Desire's five megapixel snapper.
Desire HD owners also benefit from a superb new version of HTC's Sense custom user interface. This makes it even easier to sync content from a computer, by allowing users to do some remotely. It also features a unified inbox to make it easier to stay on top of email communiqués.
Owners can also pre-load maps and can trace their phone in the event that it is lost or stolen and remotely wipe its content.