HTC Desire now on T-Mobile Network
03/12/2010

There were two new Android driven HTC phones, which were slated to be released by the entity in the 2nd Quarter of the 2010. One of them is the 'HTC Desire' and the other one being the HTC Legend. The former one is out now on T-Mobile contract deals.

Online PR News – 12-March-2010 – – There were two new Android driven HTC phones, which were slated to be released by the entity in the 2nd Quarter of the 2010. One of them is the 'HTC Desire' and the other one being the HTC Legend. The former one is out now on T-Mobile contract deals.

Operating on the latest Android 2.1, preferably present in the Google phone, the Nexus One, HTC Desire is almost same in specifications, apart from a couple of additions. The additions include the entity's own Sense user interface, which provides a better user experience, and the inclusion of flash player 10.1, which is installed in the factory setting, so as to make the browsing experience a better thing.

As the phone is Android oriented, it also has an excellent support for plenty of Google applications and softwares. Apart from this, Google maps could also be seen pre-installed in the handset, which helps in finding the way, route planning and navigation. Apart from this, this handset also opens the access to Android Market to its users, where they can download tons of new applications through HSDPA high speed data support.

Physically, it houses a 3.7 inch Active Matrix Organic LED (AMOLED) touch screen, which provides an outlandish experience while watching movies and while web surfing. The 5.0 Mega Pixel camera is not less than a cake with cherry on top, as it has the capacity to produce High Definition (HD) images and videos. Moreover, LED flash, auto focus and zoom options enhances the potential of its camera.

The Snapdragon processor is the backbone of this stupendous mobile phone. This powerful processor is the force behind zipping in the menu system and making it possible to watch HD movies and pictures and to load applications in a jiffy. Another interesting feature which has been added is Friend Stream, which pulls all your emails and social networking updates in a single stream.