The most advanced mobile phone, which HTC has so far released, is still one of the most popular models on the market and helps the market share of manufacturers.
HTC Desire is Google's Nexus One brand-name version, which is also manufactured by HTC for Google. However, Desire offers a better hardware and service portfolio, and the user interface and the main navigation key offer great differences.
Desire uses the HTC Sense user interface that HTC users have adopted so well, but opted for an optical trackpad as opposed to Nexus One's physical squeegee trackball that not only provides simple fingerprinting but is a much more robust solution, less wear and tearing.
HTC Legend and HTC Wildfire, which are connected to the top-of-the-range device, offer a smaller frame and a 3.2-inch touch screen. Both new models are a pocket friendly option for Desire's massive 3.7-inch AMOLED display, but in some areas they sacrifice to reduce costs.
Wildfire is more like Desire than Legend, and the latter is "building up the former HTC Hero handset and enhancing the service set for the previous phones." HTC Wildfire looks like it will be a big seller not only for Desire  The 5.0 megapixel camera, Android 2.1 operating system, HTC Sense user interface and Friend Stream application are present on both phones, but Wildfire does not require Desire's large processing
HTC Wildfire will appeal to any budget that does not like to sacrifice on appearance and features, available in brown, graphite, black, white, and red, with the ability to power high-touch screen, AMOLED technology for a more cost- the graphic version is already available for Vodafone and O2 659002] HTC Desire also comes in a new color version, the original model is made with a brown color scheme that is now connected to the HTC Desire black edition. This new model does not change the phone, but simply the outer casing in a new, seductive, black finish.
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