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HTC Desire HD

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Desire HD från HTC. En större version av Desire med 4,3-tumsskärm, HD-videokamera och stöd för Flash 10. Telefonen har en förbättrad 1 GHz Snapdragon-processor jämfört med vanliga Desire, GPS-mottagare och inbyggd kompass bland mycket annat. Lansering 2010. Stäng
Desire HD från HTC. En större version av Desire med 4,3-tumsskärm, HD-videokamera och stöd för Flash 10. Telefonen har en förbättrad 1 GHz Snapdragon-processor jämfört med vanliga... Läs mer
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  • Inget betyg
    9 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD

    Plus

    • Large screen
    • Well designed
    • Packed with features

    Minus

    • Average battery life
    • Very big
    • Lack of HDMI output

    3 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD review

    Plus

    • Super-slick UI
    • Great browsing experience
    • Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual surround sound
    • Decent e-book reader
    • Very easy to connect contacts

    Minus

    • Poor battery life
    • No OLED screen
    • Suspect build quality
    • Video player needs overhauling
    • HTCSense.com connectivity still has bugs

    Conclusion
    We'd have to colour ourselves a little disappointed with the new HTC Desire HD - as a standalone phone it's excellent, but it has too many niggles to be considered the best in HTC's range.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD review

    A responsive, big screen and all the features you could ever want, but HTC's Sense software is becoming bloated, battery life is below average and it's expensive.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD

    A large-screen Android handset designed with the media consumer in mind.

    9 år sedan
  • Verdict
    the best Android yet, with a high-class bod, great screen and the latest Android OS version

    We love
    Android 2.2, aluminium body, great ergonomics, S-LCD screen is a winner

    We hate
    8-meg camera could be a little better

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD review

    Wired: Amazing screen. Beautiful design. Great Android 2.2 implementation. Fast performance. Decent camera. Loads of downloadable apps.Tired: Awkward power button. No trackball. HTC Sense UI spoils the Google Android interface.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Massive 4.3in screen
    • Excellent performance
    • Great Web browser

    Minus

    • Poor battery life
    • Removable plastic compartments are awkward
    • Poor volume buttons

    ConclusionThe HTC Desire HD builds on the original Desire by adding a larger screen and updated software (from both Google and HTC). Aside from its questionable battery life, most of the Desire HD's flaws are minor. Put simply, the HTC Desire HD is a multimedia and Web powerhouse; it is one of the best smartphones on the market.

    10 år sedan
  • HTC Desire HD review

    STUFF SAYS...
    Size issue aside, the multimedia hungry Desire HD is Android’s most complete and feature-rich phone to date

  • HTC Desire HD Review

    Plus

    • Screen is ideal for movies on the go
    • Keyboard input offers one of the best touch experiences
    • Dolby Mobile / SRS provide great sound variation
    • HTC Sense offers fantastic functionality out of the box

    Minus

    • Poor battery life
    • Occasional lag when multitasking
    • Fiddly battery / card covers

  • HTC Desire HD - A Worthy Upsize?

    Plus

      HTCSense.com and its suite of services , Updated HTC Sense UI , Improved audio capability , Larger storage space of 1.5GB

    Minus

      S-LCD screen , Heavy at 164g , Average Imaging quality , Limited battery life

    Score Details

    • Design:: 8.5
    • Features:: 9.5
    • User-Friendliness:: 9
    • Performance:: 8.5
    • Value:: 9

    ConclusionThere's plenty to like about the HTC Desire as it sports some cool features that aren't available on the previous Android models like the HTC Desire, HTC Legend or Nexus One: namely, a large 4.3-inch screen, DLNA support, large storage space of 1.5GB and better camera output. With the well functioning and updated HTC Sense and a complimentary suite of web services, the HTC Desire HD looks set to be a rather worthy upgrade option. However, if you don't mind a phone that comes without the HTC Sense UI and HTCSense.com, there are phones, like the Samsung Galaxy S, which might be a better choice over the HTC Desire HD. Why so? The HTC Desire HD might be an impressive phone, but there are certain aspects where we weren't too pleased about. The HTC Desire HD comes with an S-LCD screen that pales in comparison to the former's SUPER AMOLED screen. The HTC Desire HD is a hefty and heavy phone that might not be everyone's liking. These aspects also affect its battery life, and thus it's certainly not the best among the other contenders. Not to mention, the Android OS now has new competition with the Windows Phone 7, so if you already have an earlier-gen Android phone like the HTC Desire, you might want to hold on and give the other options a try first. However, for those new to the Android OS, the HTC Desire HD is definitely a good phone to start off with, especially if one's aware of the ups and downs of having a phone with a large screen.

  • HTC Desire HD review

    Conclusion The HTC Desire HD has a fantastic screen, good multimedia and web-browsing credentials and very good battery life. Its Sense interface is a welcome addition not seen on other makers’ handsets.

  • HTC Desire HD review

    Plus

      Easy to use interface; great internet performance; intuitive text input; range of applications; HTCSense.com; connectivity

    Minus

      Poor battery life; fragile back cover; video recording not the best

    ConclusionThe best smartphone on the market at the moment, the Desire HD offers a brilliant internet and messaging experience. HTCSense.com is also a much welcome addition, bringing key services that will no doubt appeal to business users. 

  • Inget betyg
    HTC Desire HD Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G support
    • 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
    • 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels)
    • Android OS v2.2 Froyo with HTC Sense UI
    • Unibody design
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8255 1 GHz processor
    • 768 MB RAM and 1.5 GB ROM
    • 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and geotagging
    • 720p video recording @ 25fps
    • Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA
    • GPS with A-GPS
    • microSD slot up to 32GB (8GB card included)
    • Accelerometer and proximity sensor
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • Stereo FM radio with RDS
    • microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1
    • Smart dialing, voice dialing
    • DivX/XviD video support
    • Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement
    • HTC Locations app
    • HTCSense.com integration
    • Ultra-fast boot times (if you don’t remove battery)

    Minus

    • LCD isn’t quite as impressive as Retina or Super AMOLED (lower contrast, more reflective)
    • No dedicated camera key and no lens cover
    • No front facing camera
    • Quite heavy at 164 g (not that we mind)
    • The two lids at the rear have questionable aesthetics and usability

    9 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    HTC Desire HD

    Plus

    • More features than you can shake a stick at
    • Build quality
    • Android 2.2
    • Hugely powerful and fast experience

    Minus

    • The level of customisation can be overwhelming
    • The typical 800 x 480 pixel resolution display doesn't quite earn its HD tag
    • Battery could have a higher capacity
    • HTCSense.com needs work

    Conclusion So there is certainly no shortage of features on the Desire HD - and there will never be the space to cover everything in this review - as well as all the benefits of Android 2.2 sitting behind it with its app offering that is rapidly gaining on Apple’s App Store - beef up the gaming selection and we’d have a real contest.There are some niggling issues - we had problems with some of the HTCSense.com services, the occasional freeze here and there, and the video support could be a little more substantial, but overall the HTC Desire HD is a phone to get excited about. It’s the sort of phone you can spend hours exploring and still find some little detail that will bring a smile to your face.It might not be for everyone though. Some might think it is a little too large in the hand, or that they’d rather have a slightly tighter display on a slightly smaller device; some might prefer a more native Android experience. For some, there will be an eye on the future to see how HTC updates its 3.7-inch device. All, we suspect, will wish it had a higher capacity battery.A new chipset, more RAM, combined with the latest that Android has to offer makes for a very fast experience, resulting in a hugely enjoyable mobile phone that has loads of features and loads of potential. Certainly one of the best devices available today.