The new Android HTC Desire has now been released on T-Mobile's monthly fee lease, Desire is one of the two new Android phones released by HTC in the second quarter of 2010 and the second is HTC Legend.
The new Desire was originally known as HTC Bravo and includes the latest Android 2.1 operating system found on Google's Nexus One, in fact this is not the case when the similarities have come to an end with the new HTC Desire almost exactly with some of the specifications.
These new features include manufacturers' own Sense user interface that delivers a clear and uninterrupted user experience, and the second is the addition of pre-installed Flash 10.1, which makes it much easier to view web pages.
The same 3.7-inch AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic LED) touch screen is available in both models, which looks great for movies and web surfing, just like the 5.0 megapixel camera on the back of the handset, which also has a LED flash, autofocus and zoom function, and can capture video in HD quality.
As an Android-based phone, there are many types of support for many of Google's own applications and software titles, not least the preinstalled Google Maps app, which can find the way, route planning, and navigation. You have access to the growing Android Market, where you can download thousands of new applications through HSDPA's high-speed data transfer support.
The HTC Desire features the same 1 GHz Snapdragon processor in the Nexus One, which captures music through the menu system, looks at HD movies, drags through the picture gallery, and loads applications at a glance.
The new Desire provides multiple support for the new Desire with a new FriendStream service that collects your friends' text, emails, and social network updates into a stream that sits on the home screen and can hold all of them arriving.
In addition to the Nexus One, the competition in this smartphone phone sector is also booming with Nokia's N900 and N97 mini phones and the latest Nokia X6 when Sony Ericsson launched the Sony Ericsson Vivaz device with Sony Ericsson X10.
Manufacturers' own portfolio is the HTC Legend mentioned earlier, which takes over the popular Hero, while for those who are better suited to Windows Mobile phones, the HTC HD2's huge 4.3-inch touch screen and smaller brother HTC HD A Mini are both viable alternatives.
There are also additional network stations planned with HTC Desire Orange, which confirms that they will soon be kidnapped and a SIM Free launch at the beginning of April.
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