Summary: I absolutely love this phone. I have been having small problems here and there with speed. And sometimes the volume on my phone keeps turning down on low even after I turn it up. The good news is this company does offer a warranty if need it. I think I do just don't want to be without a phone.
Excerpt: i made the leap from a nokia e97mini to the htc. After 4 months of use, i hate it. I have problems with signal strength compared to my old phone on the same network. It drops calls all the time, the battery life is less than 1 day( with autoupdate options off!). It has NO bluetooth voicedialing support ( this is an android limitation). The phone is fast to respond, load apps etc, the screen is good quality altho very hard to see in sunlight.
Pros: Screen is nice, fast interface, good web browsing, good camera with easy share options
Cons: NO blutooth voice dialing support, Battery a bit pants, Poor reception compared to my old phone, poor call quality compared to my old phone, touch button sensitivity is random
Excerpt: Every so often you realise that it has merged information that you never asked it to – connecting your Facebook accounts with your address book. I don’t want my friends Facebook profile pics appearing on my screen when they phone me, thank you. Neither do I want you to try force me to give you my email address and phone number so that you can link me to friends and contacts, thank you. Actually, bugger off, I share and link when and how I want.
Pros: Nice big screen, and nice big keyboard Fast, responsive screen and interface Classy high-end metal finish
Cons: Keyboard is not fingertip friendly, needs a little nipplet on some keys to let you locate your fingers haptically. Display does not auto-sense brightness. Thereâ€™s meant to be a sensor, so maybe firmware bug Battery life is 2-3 days with only reasonable use, and being careful to turn off power gluttons Z-fold hinge sometimes feels slack, although isnâ€™t â€“ and prevents you using a protective case Extremely Mac unfriendly.
Excerpt: "The Desire Z is a lovely machine, and almost everything I wanted. Lets start with the major selling point of this phone - the keyboard. It is just plain lovely. The keys are well sized, spaced and just firm to the touch. The travel is fairly good. The FN key is sometimes a little awkward to hit but other then that really very good. As a phone not much to complain about either. Calls are strong and loud. Drops hardly ever happen and the 3G radio ...
Pros: great keyboard, lovely screen, good call quality
Conclusion: I recently purchased a HTC Desire Z and I am really pleased with it, although it is on the bulky side and the battery life isn't the best. Apart from that I am happy with it, the apps available are awesome and I think Android OS is a million times better than Apple, BlackBerry and Microsoft windows 7. The camera is good and I have been able to put them on to social networking sites really easily.
Nicht mehr aktuelle Komponenten allerdings sehr gute Tastatur
27 January 2014
Summary: Das Handy ist schwerer als andere Geräte. Es wiegt ca. 180 Gramm. Vergleichbare Geräte wie z.B. das HTC Desire S wiegen nur 130 Gramm, und der Unterschied ist sehr gut zu bemerken. Man gewöhnt sich aber schnell dran. Das Gerät ist aber auch so spürbar klobig. Das Hauptmerkmal ist die Tastatur, welche auch sehr schön funktioniert. Der Druckpunkt ist sehr angenehm und die Tasten fallen auch nicht zu klein aus, und man kann auch schon nach kurzer Zeit blind schreiben.