HTC Desire HD device to Gingerbread, HTC has stated they'd be updating a number of their devices. Does this mean that the Desire HD will be getting the update, or that because they didn't name it specifically, it'd be left out? Either way, "a number of devices" is exciting.
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HTC Desire HD was recently released to the European markets. Well some more info on this giant device has popped up. The guys over at CellGuru were on the HTC Sense website for Canadian users and while registering their HTC Desire Z, found the HTC Desire HD hanging out under the phones category.
you've just read that the HTC Desire HD is heading down under, and you're curious if you should make it your next phone. SlashGear is here to help you out, and they've not only managed to spend some time with the device and put it through its paces, but they managed to write everything down, and give a thorough (as usual) review of the next best Sense-equipped smartphone from HTC.
has announced that the HTC Desire HD is now shipping on its network. The 4.3-inch Android 2.2 smartphone is free on £40 per month tariffs (2000 any network minutes, 5000 Three-to-Three minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB data). Meanwhile on Pay As You Go the HTC Desire HD is £449.99 and includes a £10 Top Up. There are more details on the HTC Desire HD over at our unboxing article. While we were hoping to bring you the full review this week, unfortunately HTC informed us that all the review units sent out were in fact running non-final firmware, and needed to be returned to be reflashed. We should have the full review early next week, however. [vms 150c77bda2eda01ae484]
clicking and flicking, and now all those folks up there above our heads will have the chance to rock around with them too. It's unknown how different this version of the Desire Z will be, if they'll be exactly the same as those available in the states or if the usual slew of complaints by abnormally disturbed customers will be rectified. Bell Canada can handle it, right?
HTC Desire HD is in the house, and it's been a while since we were this excited about an Android smartphone. Packing the same 4.3-inch WVGA display as the HTC HD2 and HTC EVO 4G, the Desire HD throws in the latest build of HTC Sense with numerous improvements, including easy DLNA streaming, a new Car Panel interface, enhanced GPS functionality and more. We wasted no time getting the Desire HD out of its box and slapping a SIM card inside, and of course we made sure there was a camera trained on us throughout. In our hands-on demo with this production HTC Desire HD you can see some of the initial changes over previous versions of Sense; meanwhile the hardware itself is slick and tactile, a solid-feeling block of aluminum that owes a lot to the shape of the Windows Mobile HD2. [vms 150c77bda2eda01ae484] The only usability fumbles we've found so far are the slightly tricky angle of the lock button and a difficult-to-replace battery door; otherwise the Desire HD fits nicely into the hand. We can't argue with performance, either, the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (and 768MB of RAM) keeping things flying along nicely. Meanwhile there's 1.5GB of app storage on hand, and a microSD card slot down underneath the bottom panel. Some of the most useful changes are the smallest, in fact, like the new app-switcher bar which has been added to the pull-down notifications pane, and which shows the last eight accessed apps. We'll be putting the HTC Desire HD through its paces to see how the Android 2.2 smartphone holds up in the real world. Until the full review, enjoy the unboxing and walkthrough video! [gallery]
as initially promised. Now, the carrier's site has been updated to suggest the new Android 2.2 smartphone isn't expected to ship until October 22nd. There's no explanation for the smartphone's delay, but we're guessing it's a similar reason to the delay of unlocked handsets which means online retailers are having to wait until the end of the month before they get stock in. More on the HTC Desire HD here. [vms 5e77550897e25711e1d9]