Anonymous, 05 Sep 2010HTC Desire is only dual-touch device. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S has multi-touch. Yes, Desire do not actually support actual multi-touch like the Nexus One. However, its pinch zooming works fine. Aside from that, how often do we truly need multi-touch?
To the jack ass who said "Tata is Superior to Mercedes". You fail at life buddy.
TC, 05 Sep 2010No problem at all with Desire (HTC Calendar should show weeknumber in month-view!). Desire is ... moreHTC Desire is only dual-touch device. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S has multi-touch.
Phone hunter, 05 Sep 2010Can one install Google Street Maps on the Desire ? Also , has anyone had any notable issues w... moreNo problem at all with Desire (HTC Calendar should show weeknumber in month-view!). Desire is definetly better than SonyEricsson X10. Desire has 2.2, X10 will get only 2.1 at the end of the year, Desire has a stereo FM-radio, X10 has no FM-radio but you get a radio "on the side" in the package, Desire has multitouch, X10 has not because its hardware can not handle multitouch so you will not get it with 2.1.
is the mobile durable, and handles the shocks and the falls or it is fragile
Can one install Google Street Maps on the Desire ?
Also , has anyone had any notable issues with the Desire ?
How does it compare to the Sony Ericssen X10 or the Motorola Live ?
Thanks a lot :-)
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2010hey anybody here has problems with your internet browser i mean when you pinch to zoom does i... moreonly does that on sites that do not have fixed divs which would also resize on a real browser also
mysterious01, 05 Sep 2010how come the htc wildfire is cheaper than the htc desire? shouldn't it be the other way around? Because the Desire has better hardware.
how come the htc wildfire is cheaper than the htc desire? shouldn't it be the other way around?
After 4 months of usage, I'm still impressed by Desire. The quality and performance of this phone is superb!
The battery life has improved over time, so now it lasts 2 days on average for me.
The connectivity is top notch.
While the new SLCD screens are out, I still prefer AMOLED, because of its colors and viewing angles.
Francis, 05 Sep 2010I have installed 2.2 but could not save the App. onto the SD card. How to go about it ? Please... moreNot all apps can be put on the SD card. There are a few ways to check though.
1: go to setting > applications > manage applications
In here, you click on the name of the app you want to move to the SD card, and if the app allows move to SD card, it will tell you in this small menu.
2. There is a great app called: App 2 SD.
It shows you which apps you can put on the SD card, and which you cant.
Option 2 is much easier.
hope this helps
I have installed 2.2 but could not save the App. onto the SD card. How to go about it ? Please kindly advice. Thank you.
I have been using this phone for last 3 weeks and its a heaven like experience. Works very fast. And with the power of Android Market and AppBrain.com it makes a breeze to find and install new applications.
Downside is its battery which did not last for more than 20 hours on Android 2.1, but when I upgraded to Android 2.2 the battery life improved. I don't have numbers right now but I believe that it improved at least by 30-50%.
Hamed, 03 Sep 2010Why on earth nexus one is more expensive than desire??Nexus one 350 £
Desire: 440 £
everything is clear now
Michael, 13 Jun 2010does desire have voice tags or does any other HTC have them?Hi. Did you get any info about voice tags. I want to use it via a Parrot in my car but cant find any settings.
afmet, 04 Sep 2010Dear friends
After someday I can install Android 2.2.
But I couldn't find defrence between t... moreAndroid 2.2 has:
1) wi-fi hot spot..which makes your phone a wireless router.
2) HD video recording
3) Previously all the applications you downloaded were saved in your phone memory..with froyo all the applications will be save to your memory card.
4) Also flash player can be installed for your browser.