HTC Desire HD in India: Much Desirable Android Phone’s Review [Video]

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Well discussed, new era of Smartphone market is adding new players every day. After Samsung Galaxy S, SE Xperia X10 and Nokia N8 now it’s HTC which has further incubated the competition by launching latest Desire HD in India. Though, new HTC Desire HD – an Android 2.2 (Froyo) – is currently not available in open market in India but pre-booking has been triggered with whopping price tag of Rs. 27,499 at Flipkart.com – An Indian online shopping store.

Against the official price tag of Rs. 32,499, Flipkart.com is offering 15% discount for all pre-booking customers across India along with 1 year National warranty.

Undoubtedly, HTC’s new baby is a tough contender in high-end Android phone range. Loaded with gigantic capacitive 4.3 inch S-LCD screen, 1 Ghz snapdragon processor, 8 megapixel camera with flash and 1.5 GB of phone memory provides an upper hand compare to Galaxy S, X10 and N8. The biggest attraction of Desire HD comes from HTC Sense UI which has significantly enhanced the whole experience of mobile phone for users. The 8 megapixel Camera can record HD videos at 720p resolution.

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However, there are few downsides of this phone which can disappoint the HTC fans. Absence of AMOLED screen is one of the biggest blows. Indeed, S-LCD compensates AMOLED such loss till an extent but Super AMOLED would have always been a better choice. The battery Li-Ion 1230 mAh is another major disappointment as people will expect much more from such phones and equal positive support of battery is critically important. A Li-Ion battery doesn’t seem that promising.

Interestingly, while testing the HTC Desire HD with other phones on Quadrant Benchmark, it secures the top spot with significant difference. All such analysis clearly flag HTC Desire HD as one of the better choice if you are infatuated with high-end Android Smartphone.

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However, by all the means, we suggest all our visitors to have a look on above video which presents a detail inside video analysis of each and every feature of Desire HD. We are sure, this will further help you to make a better decision before to burn your pocket for a Smartphone.

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