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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.
19th August 2014
Can you get a decent big-screen phone without breaking the bank? HTC thinks so.
19th August 2014
Looks almost identical to the Android-powered original.
13th August 2014
Set for success? Or fated to fail? We weigh up the wisdom of HTC's gambit.
The Desire Z is a super slick Android phone with oodles of apps at your fingertips, a fantastically intuitive user interface and is outstanding for social networking. And it's got a handy pop-out QWERTY keyboard too for super fast messaging while you're on the go.
HTC's Desire phone is one of the best-rated Android phones ever made. The Desire Z takes everything that was great about that landmark handset and makes it even better.
That means you'll still get the fantastic selection of apps from the Android Market, taking in everything from games to more practical business tools. However, because this handset runs a new, improved version of HTC's Sense interface alongside the latest, greatest version of the Android operating system, you'll be able to access them faster than ever and multi-task with consummate ease.
But that's not all. Hidden underneath the screen is a physical QWERTY keyboard that offers a supremely smooth and speedy mobile text entry experience. It not only makes it easy to type lengthy emails, it's also brilliant for updating social networking profiles from your phone and for instant messaging too.
Elsewhere, the Desire Z is home to a five megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED flash and 720p HD video recording for making your mini movies look brilliant. And whatever you do capture will look brilliant when watched back on the large 3.7-inch touchscreen.
Other features of this stellar handset include push email, microSD card support for expandable memory, media player, GPS with Google Maps, an email attachment viewer, 3.5mm headphone jack, web browser and support for all key social networking services, including Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
HTC has really upped the ante for its new Android smartphone, the Desire Z. And nowhere is this more evident than in the revamped HTC Sense customer user interface.
In previous HTC phones, this made their handsets brilliant for social networking and offering oodles of scope for customisation. This time out, however, HTC has gone one better and has added a raft of great new features.
The new Sense now allows HTC Desire Z owners to sync content to their phone easier than ever before and even do this remotely from wherever they are. But that's not all. It also showcases what HTC dubs a unified inbox for emails. With all your messages in a single location, you'll find it's much easier to stay on top of them.
Just as impressive is the ability to remotely switch off, wipe and even trace your phone in the event that it is lost or stolen.