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HTC Desire

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HTC Desire Review: In Depth

27 December 2011
  • Conclusion: There’s just not much wrong with the HTC Desire. Like most feature-heavy smartphones, battery life was something of an issue but there’s always the option to turn the 3G off to save battery and cut down on widgets. We fell completely in love with the Desire – it seemed to know everything we wanted to do, and made it all ridiculously quick and easy to do. And, with the killer combination of speed, grace and that deliciously touchable AMOLED screen, it’s a winner.
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Overall 9

HTC Desire

Trusted Reviews
24 December 2011
  • Summary: Thanks in part to its 3.7in AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, this Android handset is simply the best smartphone currently available.
  • Pros: Fantastic screen, Fast processor, Android
  • Cons: Short battery life, Superseded by other models
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Overall 10

HTC Desire Froyo review

20 August 2010
  • Summary: A commendable update by HTC at a commendable speed
  • Pros: Flash and other bells and whistles integrated perfectly
  • Cons: Battery life is still poor
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Overall 9

HTC Desire review

Pocket Lint
29 March 2010
  • Conclusion: The HTC Desire will live up to its hype for many. As an alternative to the iPhone, you'll find it offers plenty of power, an excellent browsing experience and plenty of customisation opportunities. The Android Market is growing in its offering and already has a huge number of free applications. It doesn’t yet have the depth and breadth that the Apple App Store does, but with more manufacturers adopting Android devices, it is only set to grow.
  • Pros: Great web-browsing experience, HTC Sense, glorious AMOLED screen, solid build quality
  • Cons: Battery life, will be too big for some, unexpected browser closing (likely a software issue), widgets still take too long to refresh
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Overall 9

Expert Review

23 April 2010
  • Summary: Vous rêvez du Google Nexus One et vous n'en pouvez plus d'attendre sa sortie en France ? Le test qui suit va certainement vous rendre le sourire puisqu'il s'agit de celui du HTC Desire, le « presque jumeau » du smartphone de Google !
  • Pros: Processeur puissant, Interface HTC Sense, Ecran multipoint, • Le superbe écran tactile AMOLED de 3,7 pouces, • L'interface HTC Sense, • Android 2.1, • La réactivité de l'ensemble, • L'Android Market s'étoffe de jour en jour (mais il est encore loin de l'App Store de l'iPhone)
  • Cons: • Toujours pas de Divx, • L'autonomie, correcte pour ce type de produit mais mauvaises dans l'absolu, • Vidéos capturées à 15 images par seconde seulement
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