The Excellent HTC Desire HD Includes A Complete Package Of Smart Phone Specifications
Some people may be put off buying a smartphone with larger dimensions. One of the more notable handsets which has this attribute is the HTC Desire HD. Let’s take a look at the specifications of this powerful smartphone, and see if the benefits outweigh the cons.
The HTC Desire HD has a significant difference from its predecessor: its frame is unibody unlike the Desire’s, and it is made out of aluminium thus providing a more durable and less fragile feel to it. With the enlarged, 4.3-inch WVGA screen of 800x480 pixels, it has a new, naturally ergonomic experience.
Taking a look inside, we will find a second-generation Snapdragon processor, smoothening our usage experience to an almost ridiculous level, but we will get to that in a bit. The CPU is supported by 768 MB of RAM, which is a lot, and it does enable you to do just about anything.
In terms of the display, having the screen at 4.3 inches rather than its predecessors 3.7, it makes browsing much easier. The texts are more readable, clicking is more accurate – you name it. And it would be very hard to find anything to complain about on this screen.
The HTC Desire HD boasts an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash plus 720p video recording. The performance is great even in outside conditions. Video similarly performs well, easily capturing telling details and rendering colour perfectly.
The software is Froyo, Google’s Android 2.2. From shorter boot-up time through to Wi-Fi hotspotting, Flash 10.1 and a stellar browser performance (both in loading time and reacting to clicks and taps): that is all Froyo. The function that it doesn’t kill unused application comes handy at situations (even though it is not a friend of battery life): if you have just half a minute to take a look at your phone, you don’t have to waste precious moments with restarting the necessary apps every time (thus keeping our Angry Birds progress, for instance).
HTC Desire HD is included with HTCSense.com, which is the producer’s first step in the nowadays ever-so-popular cloud service. The most important feature here is Dashboard, which allows you to control your phone remotely. This comes handy should you lose the precious device, when you can wipe your personal data off, leave a message encouraging finders to return the phone, lock the phone or redirect incoming calls to another number.
All in all, HTC Desire HD is in every way an upgrade from its predecessor. Getting the new software, a new, sturdier casing, bigger screen, better camera; the HTC Desire HD ticks all the boxes, and outdoes the competition in many aspecets.
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