Reviews and Problems with HTC Desire HD / A9191 / A9192
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HTC Desire HD Review: In Depth
22 April 2011
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.
Conclusion: The HTC Desire HD is more of an exciting phone than it is a perfect phone. We're as excited about how HTC are evolving Sense UI, as we are about the hardware. As it happens though, the hardware and software are married into a wonderful mix, so well done, HTC.
Pros: Screen is ideal for movies on the go, Keyboard input offers one of the best touch experiences, Dolby Mobile / SRS provide great sound variation, HTC Sense offers fantastic functionality out of the box
Cons: Poor battery life, Occasional lag when multitasking, Fiddly battery / card covers
Summary: Everyone knows that HTC is on the roll these days, churning one Android phone after another, there's practically a HTC Android phone for almost every kind of consumer. Recently, the Taiwanese company has taken a breather from high-end Android devices like HTC Legend and HTC Desire, and instead,...
Pros: HTCSense.com and its suite of services, Updated HTC Sense UI, Improved audio capability, Larger storage space of 1.5GB
Cons: S-LCD screen, Heavy at 164g, Average Imaging quality, Limited battery life
HTC Desire HD review: HTC's new flagship Android smartphone won't be for everyone, but the Desire HD's massive screen and updated software make it one of the best phones on the market
Good Gear Guide.au
16 May 2011
Summary: The HTC Desire HD builds on the original Desire by adding a larger screen and updated software (from both Google and HTC). Aside from its questionable battery life, most of the Desire HD's flaws are minor.
Pros: Massive 4.3in screen, Excellent performance, Great Web browser