Summary: El HTC Desire Z es un dispositivo que promete y cumple. No quedan dudas de que está llamado al éxito y que será una de las mejores opciones para aquellos que disfrutan de un equipo completo que les permita mantenerse conectados en cualquier lugar del mundo.
Excerpt: HTC has come a long way since the first Android device HTC Dream, and Desire Z is only the second slide-out QWERTY Android phone from the company till now. If you are looking for an upgrade from Milestone, Desire Z might be the right choice for you. Check out more in our detailed review below.
Excerpt: We reviewed the HTC Desire, (click here to read it), awhile back, and were quite impressed. Android was fairly advanced back then, and we tested the Desire using version 2.1. The phone had a lot going for it - a great S-LCD display, decent battery life (for an Android device) and was a well rounded...
HTC Desire Z Review Roundup: The Best Of Both Worlds In One Not-So-Light Package
27 March 2011
Excerpt: , it's no wonder the company has decided to try to impress their European colleagues with a similar phone, the Desire Z. The phone is available now from Vodafone, 3 Mobile, Virgin Mobile, O2, Talk Mobile, Orange, and Tesco Mobile if you want to take the leap; the question is, should you?
Excerpt: Take a look at the top tier of Android phones right now and you might notice something. They all kind of look the same. Black front fascia, large touchscreen, minimal waistline. Boring, right? Well that's just the way things are going.
HTC Desire Z vs Motorola Milestone 2 – a short comparison of the top 2 QWERTY smartphones
1 February 2011
Conclusion: In conclusion, if you don’t think you’ll need to flash custom ROMs or change anything in the main system, the Milestone 2 is a great phone, but if you want a better keyboard, battery life and more freedom, the Desire Z is a better choice, even though the screen has a slightly smaller resolution.
Excerpt: The US version of the HTC Desire Z phone is called T-Mobile G2. After the success of the original T-Mobile G1 that launches two years, HTC and Google are back together with the new T-Mobile G2 smartphone to compete against the other smartphone giants.
A quick review of the new T-Mobile G2 (aka HTC Desire Z)
24 January 2011
Conclusion: Conclusion The T-Mobile G2/HTC Desire Z is a great smartphone that will last for years to come. It is one of the best choices if you want a powerful all in one device for all your mobile needs, and at the ~$550 price for a new unlocked unit, it’s also the cheapest (T-Mobile had a special promotion...
Summary: The HTC Desire Z is a chunky smartphone that feels quite heavy. Its 3.7in display is smaller than the Desire HD's, but the phone is much thicker. Like most HTC phones, it features a few nice design touches — a brushed aluminium battery cover and front fascia, rounded edges, and smooth, hard plastic.