Summary: "I was torn between the htc desire and the sony ericsson x10, it came down to cost where the htc desire wins hands down! My problem with this phone was the poor call quality, in the background it sounded like i could hear the sea!! This was extremely dissapointing, as the reason i buy a phone is to be able to phone people surprisingly! Apart from this fault the phone was very fun to use.
Summary: "Things wrong with HTC desire -Considering this is a multimedia phone has a shockingly low provided memory storage and should have come with 32GB storage moved backwards on storage. -Did not use edge to edge viewable screen space, absolutely no reason to have any physical buttons on a touch screen phone, could have extended the vertical display by 2.5cm easily. The black bar around the sides completely unnecessary and could have extended the horizontal view by 3mm x 2.
Summary: "I have had the phone for just over amonth now, and and pleased by its ease of use, lightening fast speed and multiple apps available. its one of the best phones I have ever had, and would highly recommend it to anyone who wants a new phone. The only thing that stops me from giving is 5 star rating is sometimes when browsing the photos, it gets stuck in the middle of a photo and needs a restart.
Summary: " Running out of internal storage already after installing a few apps, but they say it will get fixed with the 2.2 update (which didn't show up on my phone's firmware update yet as). I have the words "WITH HTC SENSE" printed on the back of my phone in capital letters, capital letters aren't the problem, the problem is that it doesn't show up in the list of supported phones on HTCsense.com :S I thought I was the only one who thinks that the existence of buttons is...
Summary: "Buying an htc Desire is like buying a Mercedes special edition super sports car...WITHOUT HEADLIGHTS !!! Yup, it's a SMARTphone but unfortunately it's stupid it doesn't have "notes" and "tasks", not to mention the very stone age PC sync software that doesn't give you a summary of what have been synced. Now I have to walk around with my HTC and my old Nokia phone (that has all my appointments, tasks and notes) to make up for my loss.
Excerpt: I bought this phone to replace my BlackBerry Bold that was not working properly. The phone is nice and light. It has a beautiful screen. It did take me a while to adjust to the Android operating system, but I now love it. My biggest problem with the phone is the memory... or lack of memory. The phone has 512 MB of memory. The problem is less than 180 MB is available to the user. It is taken up by HTC applications and also how the memory is formatted.
Pros: Light weight, Beautiful Display, 5 MP camera
Excerpt: Htc Desire! like people say, a Nexus One but better. Well the 1Ghz processor and the 2.1 UI runs both together making a slightly fast phone. The 5.0 MP in the camera takes impressive pictures that can easily tell you where the picture was took with the A-GPS. There's a built in AMOLED display that displays astonishing images and videos in a 3.7 inch display that has 480 X 800 in his resolution.
Conclusion: This phone runs on android froyo, but is not really upgradable to the higher version of android os. However, the phone is very userfriendly and has a lot of widgets and apps to make day to day work easier. The phone automatically syncs your contacts to different social networking sites and the built in HTC Sense is very useful. The phone is sleek and stylish, but is not very durable as it shows even minor scratches very prominently.