Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Vodaphone and T-Mobile desire deals land on top 10 Mobile phones

The HTC Desire, the Android phone billed as an enhanced version of the Google Nexus One that was the talk of the Mobile World Conference, has gone on pre-order with T-Mobile and Vodafone.
Android fans can pick up the phone for free on a contract deal from £25 per month with Vodafone or from £30 with T-Mobile.
Touted as the de facto successor to the Google Nexus One, the Desire features the latest 2.1 version of Google’s operating system, an expansive 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display and a powerful 1Ghz Snapdragon processor for improved multi-tasking.
The Desire also offers microSD card support to allow users to expand storage space by up to 32GB, HTC’s social networking-optimised Sense user interface and a five megapixel camera with autofocus.
High-end specs aside, the forthcoming phone has garnered praise from tech sites for its build quality and eye-catching design.
HTC has employed similar techniques as those used by Apple for its MacBooks to fashion the Desire from a single piece of alluminium, with the sides of the handset coated in Teflon to prevent scratches.

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