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The Desire and Desire HD are some of the best-selling Android phones ever. But the beautifully designed Desire S looks like it'll be a bigger hit than both of them. And with a gorgeous, 3.7-inch LCD touchscreen, dual cameras for video calling and the latest, greatest version of Android on board, it's no wonder.
Want apps and massive processing power? Need a large touchscreen and a phone that's terrific for social networking too? Fear not: the simply stellar HTC Desire S has got you covered. It really has got the lot.
As with all Android phones - the Desire S runs the 2.4 version of the operating system - this phone is fantastic when it comes to applications. Head to the Android Market software store and you'll be able to choose from tens of thousands of fantastic titles, with everything from games to handy business tools on offer. To get you started, there are also some great Google apps pre-installed, including YouTube and Facebook.
Messaging and social networking is a breeze with this terrific smartphone too, with a unified inbox so you'll be able to keep track of all your communiques and updates. And because you can position icons wherever you want them, you'll have one-touch access to Facebook, Twitter and any other social networking service you favour.
Elsewhere, you'll find a superlative rear mounted five megapixel camera with geo-tagging and face recognition capabilities to help you get the best image possible. It's also brilliant at video, recording 30pfs at 720p in high definition and with rich surround sound to add a new dimension to your mini movies. And there's a secondary front facing VGA camera here, too, for video calling.
Other features packed into the Desire S's unique, aluminium unibody frame include a powerful 1GHz 8255 Snapdragon processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly, web browser, support for multi-touch gestures such as pinch to zoom and a media player to keep you entertained.
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