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Large Screen Displays At Their Best-The HTC Desire HD And The HD7

HTC are undoubtedly the kings of the large screen devices, and these two high quality models perfectly illustrate their expertise in this field.....

The stranglehold that the likes of Android and Apple have on the mobile phone market may loosen slightly with the rise of the new Windows 7 platform from Microsoft.  Looking at the number of handsets that have been launched or that are due to launch on the platform it certainly looks like a system that is here to stay.  HTC are one of the manufacturers who have developed a number of Windows 7 handsets including the HD7.  The HD 7 is the non Android version of the best selling Desire HD.  Both models sport awesome processing power coupled with large displays and great multi media facilities.  So if you are in the market for a top end device, which of these monster mobile phones should be grabbing your attention.
If you take a look at the build quality found on both handsets then as you would imagine they are very similar.  The Desire HD however does fair slightly better thanks to the chassis being constructed entirely of aluminium whereas the HD 7 features a metallic trim with a hard plastic body.  This means the Desire HD feels like a slightly more premium device in your hand and gives it a touch more durability than its plastic counterpart.  It would be pretty pointless to go in to depth about the physical dimensions on the phones as they are practically identical with just 2 grammes weight difference and all measurements the same apart from the Desire HD being just 1mm taller.  To the untrained eye it may appear that these models sport the same screen given that they both measure 4.3 inches and are capable of a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.  If you look a little closer however you will see that the Desire uses S-LCD technology rather than LCD which is used on the HD7.  S-LCD offer much better viewing angles and therefore a much more accurate representation of colour.  On top of this is the fact that power management is about 5 times better and the result is a display that places far less strain on your battery and therefore gives you longer usage from the handset.
Another area where the HTC Desire HD differs from the HTC HD7 is in the camera department.    The HD7 offers users access to a good quality still shot facility which enables the capture of photographs in a high resolution of 5 million pixels.  The user also benefits from a number of features that enhance this facility which include a great quality dual LED flash and autofocus.  Once again however the Desire HD steps up its game and pitches in with a camera capable of squeezing 3 million more pixels into every picture.  The differences are not so apparent when it comes to quality of video capture thanks to both phones offering HD video capture.  This means the handsets can record at a quality of 720 progressively scanned lines, or as it is more commonly known, 720P.
HTC are undoubtedly the kings of the large screen devicesFree Reprint Articles, and these two high quality models perfectly illustrate their expertise in this field.  When closely looking at the phones side by side however it is evident that the Desire HD on the Android operating system is the better model of the two.
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