HTC Corporation has long been known for its touchy well designed phones but the Desire HD really came out of the box. The date of releasing HTC Desire HD is October 2010 and it is very well announced and has a very good marketing campaign enough to make people wait for it with impatience.
HTC has adopted the Android software version 2.2 “Froyo” which is really not as easy as its competitors but gives it a sense of originality and a great deal of personal integration with the user. It has also WOW surround sound and Adobe Flash 10.1 along with DivX/Xvid video playback codec. Most importantly is the new HTC Sense Feature that was announced at launching the product. The Sense service creates auto backup of your data and provides security for your information. It also gives you the facility of wiping all the phone data remotely. In case if the phone stolen the HTCSense.com will send command to the Headset to set the ring volume to maximum and give its location on a map. There are also many enhanced multimedia features include new photo and video effects along with maps and an E-book store along with an e-reader with translation capabilities.
HTC DESIRE screen is really big and bright with a 4.3-inch at 480 x 800 WVGA LCD touch screen that really helps in viewing multimedia content on your HTC handset.
The handset comes with a 8 Megapixel autofocus with dual LED flash featuring face detection and geotagging capability.
The phone has a very good rating and customer reviews are very positive. It has a myriad of features yet it is simple. The Touch screen is fast and very responsive.
The screen is very bright and easy to read unlike most of its competitors dim and small screens.
HTC Desire HD is really up to the expectations. If you are really a smart phone fan you should adopt this phone because it will give you the most features that this amount of money can buy. There are something you need to pay attention to like the weight because the handset is a bit heavy and the size. With the large screen some may find it hard to put the phone in their pocket. The phone is huge and heavy but it is packed with features and good connectivity solutions.