Guru, 05 May 2022I wish I could have one in my hand again :)Even if you have it, cannot use as it is 2G or 3G and now technology has moved to 4G and 5G
Mine was lately bootlooping. It is good in batterylife, overheats in gaming.
Mine first smart phone
I wish I could have one in my hand again :)
Read comments and found out this as their first Android (and the best one), for me HTC Desire is my first Android phone (and also the best one too). Learning how to install the newer version of Android (I use Jellybean) and also learn many things about Android programs. Now the battery is dead and can't find the replacement.
This was my first Android phone it really made me fan plus it was more durable then the iPhone 4 since that phone had glass in the back. I had it for three years but the battery life got worst over the years and I remember how advance Google Maps was back then with an asian chick accent giving directions.
Seriously cannot stop thinking about this phone for some reason. Quarantine is really messing with my head!
Been thinking about porting over Teeter to modern devices, since it's technically abandonware at this point. I'll definitely start an XDA thread if I manage to do so.
The Legend Itself
I always sell my old tech after upgrading. This is the only device which I couldn't let go of. 10 years later, taking it out of the box didn't feel like stumbling over some old gadget. It felt more like, reuniting with an old friend.
A true engineering marvel of it's time. And of course, TEETER! Who doesn't love teeter?!
The handsfree option is always on on my phone and I can't turn it off and use the phone, does anyone know how to turn it off.
GodFather, 10 Nov 2019Owning this phone back in 2011 was a real deal, optical trackpad was coolest thing ever to hav... moreIt's neither Scorpion CPU of Qualcomm nor the GPU of Adreno can be execute the application, then and now. . There are nVidea, Tegra GeForce Go Model of nVidea GPUs, as apples or samsumgs own brand of CPU then, plus the present Media Teks or SpreadTrum UniSoc should have such process execution, only if their capable,.otherwise it will burn out. . with insufficient RAMs power to access load unloadimg such from CPU's inappliability to execute, lest it would toast itself, my hTC One X. . not in ratio with rhe CPUs processing power in convwrse, of so variability and so interchangeable to interoperability of complex micro compuring operating systems processes.. . ðŸ¤”
OnlineInvestigator, 05 Feb 2020This was my first android phone that fascinated me in every way one phone should... It has fan... moreYou should Like "none' to grow up for your â€neitherâ€, of any two phones when so many competitor phone brand then are available, even so the same brand yet varying models exist within family line of hTC. . as Desire HD existence then, prompted me to buy it instead of the Desire Only existence without that defining moments of the Definition Highness, that so defines HD as High Definition, that you are able to got hold on to with vagueness of variablility of brands and models exiatence so rendering better command of the English's 'amongst" encompassing to call on not only the simplicity of a nor intead of non~sense neither (well supported on technological evolution for smarphone pioneers then) of your idea, of Desire alone by hTC, itself. . ðŸ¤”
This was my first android phone that fascinated me in every way one phone should... It has fantastic design and functionallity like neither that days... Wish I was packed him and saved for future playing ðŸ˜ htc forever
Owning this phone back in 2011 was a real deal, optical trackpad was coolest thing ever to have under the screen (And some Sony Ericson Phones too) And this beast had AMOLED display back then. Most of the apps were executable with that Scorpion processor,Battery backup was shit,but since it was first version of tate model so it was best for sure back then
This was the best smartphone used.
Looked so good, the UI was still consistent on Android, thanks to HTC widgets, everything looked similar. Now Android is like Windows, in total chaos.
Also this phone has got optical mouse in the front, that was fantastic! You could scroll without touching screen or use as a home button.
Still the best Android I ever owned. Fit in the hand perfectly and made sense. Been using the Pixel the past 3 years and while it's fast, I don't enjoy using it as much as with the original Nexus.
My first smartphone. The screen is wonderful. Very handy to use.