Summary: Having contacted the seller to ask confirmation that the phone was unlocked, I was disappointed to find out that internet access was still locked to Vodafone. CEX had to find how to unlock it. The phone is fine and so far all is working. I received it in a makeshift cardboard box, and not in its original box as a new phone.
Summary: this for my wife, she loved it until it went wrong, then there was a huge wrangle and debate with HTC who refused to replace it, so it was returned to us and thrown in the bin. A good product back by very poor customer support, HTC you are a disgrace.
Summary: Looks great, feels great in the hand, good quality audio with decent headphones (though not up to the standard of the iPhone), and the apps available for it in the Android Market/Google Play Store are really starting to catch up with those available for iTunes. The widgets function beautifully too and make a great centrepiece on the home page. I genuinely love the phone, but just this week (after 14 months of trouble free use) it's started to play up badly.
Summary: Nice looking, tough phone, but for people with 'engineers' fingers its a pain to use when texting. I down loaded an app that gives a better chance of hitting the right key.....Called Big Buttons, but this has locked the phone up on two occasions and needs a re-boot & forced shut down. Some of the menus arent particularly intuitive though; had one or two strange icons come up that bear no resemblance to the subject matter, for example a lop-sided rectangle with what looks...
Summary: I chose this phone after MANY hours of research. I wanted something that would be high-tech enough to last the duration of a new 24 month contract, but wasn't willing to pay the price for an iPhone. My previous phone was an oldie that was desperate to be replaced, so I wasn't sure how I would adapt to a smartphone but I have found it very easy to manage. Pros - The touchscreen is very receptive and the colours are impressively vibrant.
Pros: Cheap, and love the Android market
Cons: Poor battery life, slow and unreliable internet connection
Summary: Let me start by saying that I switched from Blackberry 8900, so I may compare both at some points. HTC Desire S in general is a brilliant phone but it's got some flaws. Let's start from the good points: -screen. It's gorgeous crisp and clear, with beautiful colours, viewing pictures is a joy. -speed. browsing, switching and opening apps all works very speedy. A huge difference compared to Blackberry. No more waiting/loading times. It's all instant. -internet. brilliant.
Summary: The HTC seems to be a very sought after phone, although I don't own one myself i am going to write this review for all those poor people who may be considering obtaining this phone. I know, you're thinking, why is this person writing a review on a product he does not even own... Well my girlfriend has this phone and a few other friends also have one, so i have spent quite a lot of time using it, enough time to have a very solid opinion on it.
Summary: I purchased this phone after I dropped my HTC Desire. The insurance company made the order! I have to say that I used my Desire for everything. It was the first android phone I had used and was extremely pleased with it. I go running once or twice a week and the running app I had was great. I was able to track myself everywhere. The GPS on it was very good, including the sat nav.
Excerpt: Procedo a exponer mi opinión al respecto de este móvil puesto que lo he tenido en mis manos hasta hace poco. Fundamentalmente he de destacar su coste, el cual considero algo elevado para los tiempos actuales en los que la tecnología avanza a pasos agigantados. El precio, que ronda los 300 euros, lo veo excesivo para las prestaciones que tiene.
Pros: Buenas prestaciones .
Cons: Precio elevado para las prestaciones que posee . Hay alternativas mejores .