Excerpt: Look, it's not a BAD phone if your not using it for anything except for a couple apps and phone calls. Other than that it sucks crap... The one of the best things about it is that it is damn near impossible to break. You can drop it from my height (5"10" or 180cm) onto concrete and you lose no data or phone. You may have to go hunting for bottom which flies off.
Pros: Almost impossible to break, Great screen, Great for phone calls, Curved bottom (where the microphone is located) for better sound quality for the reciver
Cons: Bad social networking, Typical Android keyboard, Totally lags out if there is too much stuff
Excerpt: Need to restart this phone on average ever 2 days, It will only support the bare minimum of apps cause of the small amount of system memory, if I wasn't locked into a 2 year plan I would have brought it back within a few weeks of getting it. I'll never buy anything from HTC again.
Pros: Durable, Good Internet Connection, so far as the worst network in australia will allow.
Cons: To few memory, Slow response, Slow keyboard imput, Needs to be reset often.
Summary: I really love this phone. I know it's not the NEWEST phone on the market, but over all I prefer this over any of the new phones that recently came out :) All around, once I figure everything out- this phone is perfect! Why did I purchase this? I needed a smart phone finally and I really didn't want to get stuck in a contract let alone one with a phone I really didn't like. On top of that, a brand new phone is some serious money and I like to save where I can when I can.
Excerpt: Overall this phone is better than I expected. I bought it for the price and durability, but I ended up getting a very capable android phone. The htc sense interface is very nice to look at and play around with, although experiences a little bit of stutter at times. Games run fine as long as you install a task killer to free up memory on the phone. The internet browser is better than my iPod touch's and it supports flash!
Pros: extremely durable body and screen, looks sleek, screen is very nice and visible in sunlight, price - $250 from Virgin Mobile, predictive text makes smaller screen keyboard very speedy, battery life is decent- be very lucky to get through 2 days, nice camera
Cons: reception not bad but not as good as my old "dumbphone", could a tiny bit faster but good enough for daily use, gps takes a while to connect, but never used on on any other phone before, could feel heavier for me
Summary: I was in the market for an unlocked Android phone, preferably one backed by a solid community. That meant HTC or Samsung. I decided to get a Desire, and I'm not looking back. Coming from a Blackberry Curve, this was a huge upgrade. The browser's great: I tried every website that I can think of and it renders correctly.
"Stacks load of features, so much to do with it!!"
16 April 2011
Pros: - Fast web browing experience, easy to zoom in and out - Widgets - Applications take the phone to greater heights - Great music and video player - good camera -3g - built in gps is cool -good battery life -great for calling
Cons: - the startup is kinda slow - the phone does get a little warm after a while -the touchscreen keyboard can be annoying at times especially when your typing with the phone vertically as you can not always turn the phone horizontally to use the keyboard h
Summary: buying an HTC Desire HD is my Long days dream. as I wish and dream 2dy I got my favourite phone . the first attraction and fency with this phone is its unique features than the other phone now a days in market such as I Phone4 or other brands. such as Fastest Internet and expanded screen size, Htc sense with High security and other features, imitate the dependability on PC for many purposes.
Summary: I had HTC Touch Pro with Windows Mobile 6 before so it was like a quantum leap to another era. I am amazed of in how such short time, phones can develop in such a fast pace. Even though I liked my previous tiny "fatso" alot, the HTC I had before had serious overheating issues, with WiFi on it lasted about an hour, GPS signals were a headache and screen sensitivity was not even comparable. The new G2 (or Vision/Desire Z) impressed me from the start.