The new Android-based HTC Desire has now emerged from a series of Vodafone monthly subscriptions, Desire is the latest phone running the Android 2.1 operating system along the Google Nexus One, which is far from standard.
Both phones were made by HTC Nexus One with its Google brand, the biggest difference between handsets being that it supports the package with HTC Desire 1010 and at the top of the manufacturer's Sense user interface, a cleaner and smoother user of the Android operating system experience.
Both phones feature a large 3.7-inch 800 x 480 AMOLED touch screen, which is currently one of the highest resolution screens, and a 5.0 megapixel autofocus camera without flash, which is no different from Motorola Milestone.
Another difference between the two devices is that Nexus One chooses a trackball instead of the main navigation key like HTC Desire, which offers an optical solution, the advantage of trackball design is to wear. This means that there is no need for the navigation key as the Android OS provides the most touchscreen phone functionality.
Both phones feature a powerful 1 GHz processor, which makes it easy to load applications and navigate menus. There is a comprehensive multimedia player, both models offer a 3.5 mm jack for connecting standard headphones.
HTC Desire has another difference, this time in the software. HTC includes the new Friend Stream feature that integrates all community, text, and email updates to a complete information stream that keeps their friends busy in a comprehensive stream of data.
HTC Desire is now available for free at Vodafone, currently only charges three a month per month for £ 25 per month, which offers free handset and many free gift items, Nexus One is currently available directly from Google and then the user inserts its own SIM card.
This can work well if you choose only the SIM Only package, since not only 30 long traffic charges are available, but without long-term commitment, but built-in minutes and texts are just like traditional network deals.
Desire will soon be joining two other models of the manufacturer, the HTC Legend and the HD Mini, and the Legend offers a direct upgrade to the HTC Hero and is a great alternative for those who do not want a big screen device, HTC HD Mini moves away from the Android platform next to the Windows operating system.
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