HTC has recently released the Desire HD. This is arguably the ultimate Android smartphone, and comes with a spec list that makes it the envy of its competition in the smartphone market. Ranging from an 8 megapixel camera with HD video capture, 4.3 inch touchscreen, loads of storage capacity and the versatile HTC Sense UI as just some of the delights that await you with the HTC Desire HD.
It is a relatively large handset in order to accommodate the 4.3 inch touchscreen. The handset measures 123x 68x 11.8mm. It is therefore still comfortable to hold and use, and actually rather slimline considering the amount of technology within the phone. It is also quite light at 164 grams. The large screen is perfect for viewing photos, videos and any other images in perfect clarity and detail. 16 million colours are displayed within the pixel layout of 480x 800. This results in fabulous display quality, making the HTC Desire HD a must for multimedia users. Speaking of multimedia, the handset offers comprehensive compatibility with many different formats of both music and video files. You can store your music collection within the phone thanks to an 8GB memory card installed as standard alongside the 1.5GB of internal storage. The memory card can even be replaced with a card of up to 32GB, meaning substantial storage is available, and it is unlikely that anyone will run out of space to store their files.
An impressive internet browsing experience is also provided with the HTC Desire HD. The presence of 3G coverage allows an HSDPA connection to provide fast download speeds at 14.4 Mbps. If you have the appropriate access to local wireless routers, be it in domestic, commercial or public locations, a faster connection can be achieved thanks to full Wi-Fi connectivity. Browsing the web is a great experience with the HTC Desire HD, compared to the frustrating experience you may have had on other phones. The full HTML browser supports flash content, and text on webpages is automatically resized to fit the screen. This eliminates the need to constantly zoom and scroll.
The HTC Desire HD offers access to the Android Market thanks to version 2.2 (Froyo) of the renowned operating system. This gives you access to thousands of free and paid apps at your fingertips.
The HTC Desire HD is one of the most impressive cameraphones currently available. With an 8 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, autofocus and face detection, taking high quality photos has never been easier. As an added bonus, you can also shoot HD video footage in fantastic 720p quality. DLNA is another included feature and this allows wireless streaming to a compatible TV so your handiwork can be viewed on the big screen.
The spec list alone is enough to make the HTC Desire HD worthy of serious consideration to anyone looking for a new smartphone. This smartphone has arguably the most comprehensive package features on the market and is sure to appeal to both seasoned smartphone and gadget fans, and smartphone newbies alike.