Android App Ratings & Reviews

HTC Also Launches the Desire HD and Desire Z Android 2.2 Phones

by On September 15, 2010

Aside from LG which announced two of its new flagship Android 2.2 smartphones, HTC also just unveiled two of its upcoming offerings – the HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z. Both smartphones will be released sometime next month running Google Android 2.2 Froyo and will also come with a new HTC Sense experience with full access to a new HTC online service – HTCSense.com. Slated for release sometime in October 2010, the HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z will be sporting a revamped HTC Sense interface. This will bring improvement on how users will capture, create, share and access multimedia content on both phones. The smartphones camera will also be able to record HD videos and capture still images with its 8MP camera. HTC Sense will also be preloaded with the Kobo e-reader app. Together with the launch of these two new HTC smartphones, a new online service, HTCSense.com will also be rolled out. HTCSense.com will let users locate their missing phones, remotely lock stolen phones, and remotely wipe all personal data. This online service will also allow user yo setup new HTC phone, access archived mobile content and download contents that they can use to customize their HTC phones. When it comes to features, the HTC Desire HD has the more advanced features such as an 8MP camera with dual flash, 4.3-inch LCD display, Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual sound, 1GHz Qualcomm 8255 Snapdragon processor, and 720p HD video recording. The HTC Desire Z on the other hand is geared more for social networking, a QWERTY keyboard, 720p HD video recording, 5 megapixel camera with automatic flash, 800MHz Qualcomm 7230 processor and HTC Fast Boot. Both HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z will be released in Europe and Asia next month, while U.S. release will happen before the year ends. via Engadget

Comments