Summary: Overall opinion: For smartphone that was release way back in October 2010, the HTC Desire HD is still up and running with the front half of the high-tech mobile phones being released today. Nicely done, HTC!
Excerpt: With a plethora of brand new, Android 2.3-toting HTC smartphones just around the corner , now could be a good time to consider one of the company’s older – and arguably better – handsets, which offer those looking for a good deal so much more value.
Excerpt: The HTC Desire HD is a device that needs no introduction. Think of it as the larger, full monty (if you will) version of the older HTC Desire (reviewed here ) and the latest Desire Z, which we have reviewed here .
Excerpt: If you think big is beautiful then the HTC Desire HD will sweep you off your feet. A 4.3-inch display houses Android’s latest OS iteration and the handset is encased in metal. On paper it’s every geek’s dream but does it operate as well as we hoped it would? Read on to find out.
Excerpt: HTC sets new standards with the Desire HD, which was at the time of launch one of the first Android smartphones to feature such a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display. Even though several months have passed since it has been introduced on the market, the HTC Desire HD smartphone is still on top of the...
Pros: The best thing about the Desire HD might also be one of its downsides: it's BIG. It comes with Android 2.2 Foryo and the latest version of HTC Sense UI, which also is a strong point, as the phone is now much faster than the original Desire. Other goodies that worth mentioning are: the powerful CP...
Cons: If you're not fond of oversized handsets, then you can search for something else, as the Desire HD is quite heavy and big. Also, for those who are using all the features of the smartphone, this might also not be the phone for you, as the device features a low power battery. Perhaps a second front...
Excerpt: A lot of people have called the HTC Desire HD an EVO 4G for GSM carriers. While the form factor and specifications may seem similar, there are a lot of differences behind the Desire HD’s ample screen. It’s the screen itself that will grab your attention, and well it should.
Excerpt: Mitchell Back in early 2010 I reviewed the HTC Desire, and I liked it a lot. I liked it so much that I actually bought one the day that it was launched here (which lined up well with the day the review unit went back).
Cons: Screen resolution; speaker; build-quality with back panels; battery life