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HTC Desire Powered by Android 2.1

December 13th, 2010 · No Comments

HTC has been lately proving itself as a worthy cell phone brand, able to compete with other well known and established phone companies. Its designs and products are quite contemporary and great. When it releases its new product, the HTC Desire Android 2.1, the response from the market is quite good and positive. Well, what shouldn’t it? It’s produced with the best features for the best result.

The HTC Desire has Android 2.1 operating system (or the Eclair) with 1GHz snapdragon processor from Qualcomm. This feature allows users to enjoy the Flash 10.1. It looks simple and classic, suitable for working or business people, though it also looks almost the same like HTC Hero. Another feature it has is the optical joystick, a WVGA AMOLED touchscreen sizes 3.7 inch, and Sense user interface.

It’s also equipped with video recording ability and camera with 5.0 megapixel autofocus. The internal memory is 152MB, with microSD card whose capacity is up to 32GB. It also has GPS feature, so you wouldn’t have to worry about being lost. The battery life can last up to 6.5 hours talking time. This new phone is available mostly in European and Asian countries. It’s also available in Australia, exclusively through Telstra.

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