HTC Desire review

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Casper van der Kaaij
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HTC Desire review

content type Review Mail the editor Posted by Casper van der Kaaij
Thursday, November 25th 2010 - 16:00 CET - Comments: 0
S ince Social Media is becoming more and more important, it is important for current cell phones to include these. Luckily, the Android platform has different applications available so that you can put your latest updates online anywhere you are. These applications can be downloaded in the Android Market. Cell phone manufacturers respond to these needs by installing different applications directly onto the phones. The HTC Desire, for example, has organized the contacts so that your changes are immediately updated from Flickr and Facebook, among others.

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HTC Desire review


HTC Desire review - 5 Megapixel digital camera

Of course, you can also shoot photos with the HTC Desire, thanks to the integrated 5.0 megapixel digital camera. Everything can be displayed nicely thanks to the large, bright, AMOLED screen. The camera-application can be started up in the menu by choosing camera. If you use this often, you can of course make a quick link for it on the start screen. There is no additional camera key. Starting up the camera is nice and fast so that you can photograph almost immediately.


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Review HTC Desire - Google Maps navigation system

Thanks to the Android operating system, applications can easily be installed, so that you can choose from different navigation solutions. The phone comes with Google Maps included, for which the navigation function is available in BETA for most locations. Google navigation works surprisingly well. Clicking on/searching for a location is simple. You can also search for a business name, which is very handy in practice. A neat thing that happens upon arrival is that the standard navigation display turns into Streetview, so that you can see the photo of the destination to see if you truly arrived there. Google Maps Navigation is available free for Android cell phones, including spoken instructions.


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HTC Desire review

The HTC Desire is a complete smartphone with the Android operating system. The HTC is equipped with a 5.0 megapixel digital camera, a large, 3.7-inch touchscreen, an FM-radio, a built-in GPS antenna, HSDPA and Wi-Fi, among others. Our experiences with this HTC Android cell Phone can be read in the following HTC Desire review.

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