HTC Desire Z and Desire HD already available for pre-order

16 September, 2010 | Comments (19) | Post your comment

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI

Both the HTC Desire HD and its QWERTY-fied bro, the HTC Desire Z, which were officially announced yesterday are now available for pre-order and, apparently, they are about to arrive at the stores in less than a month.

There are already a handful of online stores accepting pre-orders for the latest Android-powered HTC smartphones, which saw daylight for the first time yesterday in London. And along with the pre-order prices some of the stores have also listed the expected launch dates for both devices.

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HTC Desire Z • HTC Desire HD

As a matter of fact, according to Play and Expansys, the two new Froyo-driven devices should celebrate their market premiere together - on 11 October 2010. As for the price tags, those vary from 430 to 500 GBP (515 to 600 euro, delivery excluded).

Play is selling the HTC Desire Z for 430 GBP (515 euro), while Expansys expect to get for it 450 GBP (approximately 540 euro). Both Amazon UK and Amazon Germany accept pre-orders for the Desire Z too. The UK store will charge you good 500 GBP (600 euro, due to be released on 18 October 2010), while the Germans want to get only 549 euro for the recently unveiled smartphone.

As for the HTC Desire HD, it's a bit more expensive. Play is offering it for 470 GBP (560 euro) and Expansys - for 500 GBP (600 euro).


 

 

HTC Desire Z and Desire HD already available for pre-order - reader comments

  • nanou from lebanon

bad battery what can i do ??

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  • 2012-01-07 13:39
  • g54y
  • DAT

The comments I have read about HTC phones require charging within 24 hrs or close to. Have not so far read any comments that later models battery life has improved. Would be more than interested in comments as as of this moment in time I hesitate fro...

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  • 2010-09-21 19:47
  • MSRn
  • Robinson

My friend, I don't think it's all about releasing phones every week. Read on realiability test and you will know that it can take up six months. Live reliable. It's not quantity but quality. I don't know about you?

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  • 2010-09-20 12:40
  • ftVi