Conclusion: The Desire S is another feather in the cap for HTC. A really nice looking device that's easy to use and works like a charm. The Desire S will please most looking for a high-end smartphone, but those after a bit more internal storage might want to look elsewhere. Those thirsting for some bleeding-edge Android gaming should also wait and see how the dual-core Android phones of 2011 shape up.
Conclusion: I guess the main problem of this handset lies in the fact that the developers have decided to experiment a very successful software in mid-range hardware. Of course this creates some inadequacy and we can classify the HTC Desire S neither in mid-range, nor in high-end category.
Excerpt: The HTC Desire S is the latest in a trio of new devices out of HTC to act as successors to previously successful models–in this case, the HTC Desire . The Desire S ups the ante by offering more RAM, a newer CPU, and improved screen over the previous generation Desire. It also comes loaded with the latest version of Android, and an upgraded version of the HTC Sense interface. Is the Desire S a worthy successor to the original? Read our full review to find out!
Pros: + Large 1450 mAh battery provides excellent battery life
HTC Desire S review – a flagship phone without the flagship price
14 July 2011
Conclusion: I often get asked by friends what phone I recommend, and before I can answer, I always ask what type of phone they want, what features are important to them, the size of the phone they’re after, and what they’re prepared to pay for it. In the past, if ever my friends have said they’ve wanted a medium sized phone that uses Android, but which doesn’t cost as much as the high-end phones, I’ve always had to compromise a bit.
Excerpt: Launched just last month, the HTC Desire S is an attempt to refresh the original HTC Desire and hopefully bank on its popularity and accolades. Check our full review of the Desire S after the jump and see if it lives up to expectations.
Excerpt: As HTC's successor to the popular and award-winning HTC Desire , the new HTC Desire S - which HTC announced back in February - blends a stunning design with power and speed. Inspired by the HTC Legend's aluminum unibody design, the HTC Desire S is sculpted out of a single block of aluminum making it rock-solid. Running Android 2.3 / Gingerbread and HTC Sense 2.1, the Desire S is powered by Qualcomm's new MSM8255 Snapdragon CPU at 1 GHz.