HTC Desire, a Nexus One with another logo and HTC Sense
The Nexus One being a phone made by HTC, it would not take long for the manufacturer to bring out a similar terminal under its acronym. Indeed, the HTC Desire is a Nexus One without the charm of Google.
The highlight of HTC Desire is your screen AMOLED 3.7-inch, multi-touch type and with a resolution of 480 × 800 pixels. The Pinta of this screen is really incredible and confirms the improvement that technology can bring to this market AMOLED. Although not all manufacturers are taken for granted.
HTC Desire with Sense interface, the main difference with the Nexus One
Even if HTC It has not yet offered much data about the terminal, beyond the screen or its good design, we must assess the specifications of the HTC Desire the 1Ghz Snapdragon processor with 512MB of RAM, WiFi connectivity and Gps, in addition to its 1,400 mAh battery in which we would not have much hope with such a processor and screen if it were not for this AMOLED and HTC you already have the experience of HTC HD2.
As for the photo camera, it is 5 megapixels with autofocus and flash. It will come with Android 2.1, like the Nexus One, and will differ from this in that HTC has given it the Sense touch. A curiosity is the announcement in which reference was made to the support for Flash 10.1 for which this terminal is prepared.
More of the same
As we see, beyond the optical touchpad that replaces the control ball, the HTC Desire strictly follows what most of the manufacturer's Android phones offer us. They all insist on the touch screen and few physical controls.
Only Motorola and Sony Ericcson dare with physical keyboards and some point with which to be able to boast of Android something more personal. This HTC Desire will be released in a couple of months.