HTC recently launched their latest Android smartphone the HTC Desire HD the other day, and UK mobile phone operator T-Mobile has announced that they would be carrying the HTC Desire HD .
We spoke to T-Mobile recently, and they told us that the HTC Desire HD would be available for free on either a £35 or £40 a month 24 month contract, although they said this could not be confirmed.
After a bit of digging around the Internet, the HTC Desire HD has appeared on one mobile phone website, and it seems it may be available for free on a 24 month contract for £30 a month with T-Mobile.
The Desire HD features a 4.3 inch WVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, and a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, there is also 1.5GB of internal storage and 768MB of RAM, and it comes with Android 2.2 Froyo.
The HTC Desire HD features an 8 megapixel camera with built in autofocus and a dual LED flash, other features on the camera include automatic face detection, a range of effects which include depth of filed, vignette and more, there is also geotagging and the ability to record HD video in 720p.
Storage is in the form of a microSD card slot on top of the 1.5GB of built in storage, and you can put up to a 32GB microSD card in the Desire HD, there is also a 3.5mm audio jack.
There are a range of features on the HTC Desire HD which include a G-Sensor, a digital compass, a proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor.
The Desire HD comes with HTC’s new Sense UI and has a range of widgets which include Bookmarks, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, FM Radio, Friend Stream, HTC Likes, Mail, Messages, Music, My shelf, Navigate, News, People, Search Anywhere, Settings, Stocks, Twitter™, Weather, and more.
The Desire HD features a 1230 mAh battery that will gine you up to 490 hours of standby time, and up to 550 minutes of talk time, it also features WiFi and USB tethering, and Bluetooth 2,1 with EDR.
We will keep you guys updated as soon as we get some more information from T-Mobile on what the exact contract deals will be.Filed Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Technology News