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HTC Desire Android Smartphone

Among the most competitive electronic gadget market, smartphones have always got a predominant position. And the legendary phones are being introduced to the market every day by different companies. HTC has always been conscious about the movements in the smartphone market as a result of which it has come with HTC Desire which can be simply defined as a stunning piece of ‘smart work’ from HTC.

The design is pretty close to Google nexus one which is never a wonder as HTC is the silent designer behind the Nexus too. The device comes with a huge 3.7-inch touch screen which is AMOLED to make it bright enough for the user. There are four buttons below the screen which are home, menu, back, and search respectively. There is an optical trackpad in the middle of the three buttons. The speaker is located just above the screen. There is a 5-megapixel auto camera with LED flash which is equipped on the backside of the Desire.

The Desire comes with an Operating system of Android 2.1 Éclair. The ROM of 512 MB and RAM of 576 MB gives the user a multitasking capability. This massive RAM helps the device to run multiple instances of various applications. Before making a call, you have to enable the memory trade-off prior to disabling the RAM.

HTC Desire comes with an Operating system which is Android 2.1 Éclair. The ROM of 512 MB and RAM of 576 MB gives the user a multitasking capability. This massive RAM helps the device to run multiple instances of various applications. Before making a call, you have to enable the memory trade-off prior to disabling the RAM.

This next generation of Android is a refined take on the operating system of the Sony Ericsson HGP 1.0 which was launched in February 2011. The major advancement is a 24×7 based touchscreen which gives the user a firsthand experience of the capabilities of the next-generation cell phones. The old-style task view can be changed for a multi-point touch screen display. The display is large enough to give the user a 3D effect and the quality of the display depends on the number of hallways that are public on the phone. It is available with Android 3.0 which is the latest of the E while the old version is still available with Android 2.1.

HTC Desire comes with an Operating system which is Android 2.1 Éclair. The ROM of 512 MB and RAM of 576 MB gives the user a multitasking capability. This massive RAM helps the device to run multiple instances of various applications. Before making a call, you have to enable the memory trade-off prior to disabling the RAM.

This next generation of Android is a refined take on the operating system of the Sony Ericsson HGP 1.0 which was launched in February 2011. The major advancement is a 24×7 based touchscreen which gives the user a firsthand experience of the capabilities of the new generation cell phones. The old-style task view can be changed for a multi-point touch screen display. The display is large enough to give the user a 3D effect and the quality of the display depends on the number of hallways that are public on the phone. It is available with Android 3.0 which is the latest of the E while the old version is still available with Android 2.1.

HTC Desire comes with an Operating system which is Android 2.1 àclair. The ROM of 512 MB and the RAM of 576 MB give the user a multitasking capability. This massive RAM helps the device to run multiple instances of the applications. Before making a call, you have to enable the memory trade-off prior to disabling the RAM.

3G – The Desire also comes with 3G capability. Users can turn on the capability prior to buying the phone and then connect it to their PCs or laptops. The feature is mainly meant for users who are very busy and are not able to wait for networks to come online. Before purchasing the device, it is best to check the connection which comes with the phone.

The HTC Evo is the most anticipated Smartphone of 2010. The company has launched the device at the beginning of 2010 and HTC is hoping to sell over 15 million units by the end of the year. The device comes with a virtual keyboard that is touch-sensitive and handwriting recognition. The HTC Evo is not available for purchase but can be tested using the pre-release version of the Android 3.0.

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