Markus, 28 Sep 2010How good job does HTC's dual led flashes do?In photos; poorly like every other LED flash in the world. In video it should be quite good. I remember seeing someone using the flashlight and it was really really bright (a lot better than for example my GF's Nokia C5)
remember, this is all speculation. Maybe you can find some testshots online
KEEPER, 28 Sep 20101200 mAh Battery...That's not good,that means 1day wi-fi,photos,talking...Actually I'll be happy if it makes it through the day.
By the time I go to bed, my iPhone is barely holding on (5-15% battery left) and I don't even use 3G!! only EDGE (which is more than fast enough for me)
At least my iPhone is doing better now than before the iOS 4 update, because then it was 1% battery down every minute unless I shut down all of my data connections
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2010how come no secondary camera for video call? Because no one ever uses it...
at least I do not, and there are many more where I came from...
billa butt , 29 Sep 2010desire got more battery power than this and is screen is bigger too so means
htc desire hd g... moreCan you tell me how you know this?
First of all the screen is SLCD, which uses a lot less power than an AMOLED AND the processor is built using 45nm technology in stead of 65nm technology, making it much less battery draining. The only way to know if it lasts longer than the normal Desire we will have to wait untill the launch. RIGHT NOW IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TELL ANYTHING ABOUT THIS
so if you don't know what you're talking about, shut your bloody mouth!
the iPhone always a dissapointment and HTC Desire HD is the best Phone
desire got more battery power than this and is screen is bigger too so means
htc desire hd going to be big flop due to its battery juice
KEEPER, 28 Sep 20101200 mAh Battery...That's not good,that means 1day wi-fi,photos,talking...It doesn't mean that by default. The new 45nm CPU is more efficient than old ones made with the 65nm process.
pity the battery is only 1220mah, same as the Desire. this tells me htc haven't acknowledged the poor battery life of the Desire. With a bigger screen & more features, surely this can only mean the Desire HD will have worse battery life than the original Desire?
its amazing how much processing power it has it make all the other competitors seem sa if thy are not trying
its about screen ..lcd or super lcd http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...ture=related
1200 mAh Battery...That's not good,that means 1day wi-fi,photos,talking...
miscof, 28 Sep 2010only bad side is the battery... the best phone would be: 1. 512mb ram or higher 2. li po ... moreAlso add dishwasher function and toaster function too. Then maybe it can vacuum your apartment whilst its at it.
Jon-Cameron, 28 Sep 2010Why are (mainly iphone users) harping on about no front facing camera?? I don't know anyone wh... moreI am not the only one with connection-problems with htc desire, and my galaxy s has no connction problems at all although I use the same sim-card on my providers same network.
You can increase battery life on all HTC's (and the Samsung Galaxy S), by changing the default signal setting in the test menu. To access the test menu, bring up the dial pad on your screen and enter the following... *#*#4636#*#* - Then, scroll down to the default signal type and change it to GSM auto [PRL]. Then keep pressing the back button all the way back to the home screen. This will not give you a slower internet connection as it will still let you connect to 3G when you open the browser.
This has been known to almost double the battery life in some cases. Hope this helps.
NB; For the samsung Galaxy S, you can change this setting in the settings menu. Typing in the above code will not work on Samsung handsets.
No front camera,.........?
Insane, Please.... HTC s always a dissapointment...
Why are (mainly iphone users) harping on about no front facing camera?? I don't know anyone who uses expensive poor quality video calls these days. HTC have sensibly omitted this 'feature' thankfully. I have owned many HTC phones and NEVER suffered with reception problems, all I can say is it must be your carrier at fault. At least you can hold the phone any which way you like and not lose the connection completely ;)