What was left-out in Nexus One, has been filled into HTC’s latest creation, leaving user’s desiring for more..
The HTC desire bring the Polished, shaped and smooth UI to Android, making it the best Android device ever built. Why is it best? Well, hardware is as good a Nexus One and the UI is far more intuitive.
HTC had long showcased their Sense UI with HTC Hero, since then they made a new niche of users who loved the way it navigates. But they haven’t seen the true power combined with Android and 1Ghz Snapdragon.
The Desire, of course, fulfills all your senses by featuring everything original Nexus One’s did plus a trackpad in place of the old trackball. Sense UI now features new Leap function that allows viewing different home screens at the same time by pinch gesture. We already know about Friend Stream feature that collates all the social network updates to the contacts in Address Book. Other improvements come in the browser, web client, widget and better news reader application.
The display is still the same 3.7-inch AMOLED display carries over, but the software uses it better than ever. Users can leverage full Flash 10.1 multi-touch features.
Let’s go detailed on the Specs:
- Display: 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA
- Processor: 1 Ghz Snapdragon
- ROM: 512MB
- RAM: 576 MB
- Camera: 5 MP, DVD quality video (near 480p)
- Dimensions: 119x60x11.9 mm
- Weight: 135g
- Cellular: quadband GSM/EDGE, dual band (900 MHz, 2100 MHz) 7.2 Mbps HSPA
- Battery: 1400 mAh
- WiFi, GPS, accelerometer, compass
Finally, word on Availability: HTC is only announcing that it’ll be “broadly available” throughout Europe and Asia in the early part of the second quarter, while it’ll come to Australia via Telstra. Supersonic, care to save us?