Reviews and Problems with HTC Desire / Bravo / A8181
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HTC Desire Review
1 October 2013
Excerpt: The HTC Desire Google Android smartphone has more been compared to Apple's iPhone 4 and, whilst the latter has been associated with long-queues outside Apple's stores, the Desire has suffered from poor distribution leading to many frustrated potential owners. HTC Desire - Design & Build: The Desire is pure gadget sauciness wrapped in an unassuming package.
Excerpt: HTC was the first manufacturer to bring an Android handheld to market and since then, the firm has released numerous Android devices. The Desire is the latest and is expected to go on sale in the region in the coming weeks.
Excerpt: While it may seem that the HTC Desire is basically a Nexus One, I’d like to challenge that notion. It’s got more RAM, better hardware, and a completely different interface. At the end of the day, the HTC Desire is the most powerful Android device that HTC has ever brought to market. This power goes a long way in providing a smooth experience for HTC’s widget-packed Sense UI, much more so than found on the Hero and Legend.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the HTC Desire, US Cellular's second Android device. With a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.7-inch Super TFT display, Android 2.1, and a 5.0-megapixel camera, is it the Android device to have? Part 2 of 2.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the HTC Desire, US Cellular's second Android device. With a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.7-inch Super TFT display, Android 2.1, and a 5.0-megapixel camera, is it the Android device to have? Part 1 of 2.
Conclusion: We’ve not been bowled over like this by a mobile phone for quite some time. The HTC Desire is truly a work of the highest quality – a sumptuous, beautiful screen with wonderfully responsive touch function is just the pretty face; a zippy processor, terrific call quality, fantastic contact syncing and a simple but deadly user interface makes the HTC Desire a winner in the brains department, too.
US Cellular HTC Desire Review: A Phone That's Passed The Test Of Time
3 November 2010
Excerpt: Well, well, well. I never thought the day would come: the HTC Desire, first announced at Mobile World Congress in February, has finally landed in the States! Of course, six months is a long time in the world of technology, so when I first started reviewing the Desire, my expectations weren't nearly as high as those of, say, my colleague Ian Douglas when he began Nonetheless, the carrier HTC decided to bless - US Cellular - was in desperate need of a decent Android phone,...