Anonymous, 25 Mar 2010Guess After Samsung I9000 Galaxy S then make HTC Desire not as good looking as it was before. ... moreThe Sense UI is what makes HTC phones so great and compliments the Android OS very well. I don't think the i9000 is better, though it is still a very good phone
Plus the after-sales support i.e. software updates is far better from HTC than Samsung
guys,girls and gays never buy a full touch phone messaging really sucks i have a iphone but i still my n95 is better as a phone. if you want to buy a touch phone then look for that which comes with qwerty?
Guess After Samsung I9000 Galaxy S then make HTC Desire not as good looking as it was before.
The Samsung I9000 Galaxy S is by far better. I owen HTC Nexus One very Happy but Galaxy S would be a good replacement.
arsene wenger, 25 Mar 2010does anyone know if this will be on the o2 network, thanksWas on with O2 retentions today. They say there getting the Desire on the 29th of April. Apparently.
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2010UGLY! - discount-feeling, non-elegant icons. To much copy from iPhone - not innovative enough.... moretell me how its too much of a copy of iphone besides being a touchscreen phone
z, 25 Mar 2010with hackers everywhere on the net. this phone cant really die out.....Tell me if im joking... you can even put the timescape and mediascape UI Of X10 for this device.. its possible if you want it.. but for me HTC sence is more juicy..
brynn, 22 Mar 2010It will be outmoded in 6 months yet your signing up for 2 yrs?? It used to be in uk 25GBP for ... moreI strongly disagree with that, two years is short enough for most. I have *never* switched phones within a 2 years duration, ever. And I don't expect to with this HTC Desire either. I've been using mobiles ever since 1996. Desire supported Apps (and batteries) will be here for a looooong time, Android is open-source, HTC Sense will be hacked open in no time as well, I don't see much danger in having to use this multi-functional device for the coming 3 or 4 years even. Ask me again in 2013, I'll probably still be using my HTC Desire.
muj, 25 Mar 2010Available on T-mobile UK in 29th March :DDDDD Can't wait!!! 1200 mins Unlimited Texts Unli... moreAvailable as of April 1 in The Netherlands, with Vodafone you pay € 25.81 a month, if you sign a 2 year-contract you'll get your HTC Desire (Brown version) for free plus 3.7 Mbit/s down and 1.4 Mbit/s up unlimited internet-data. Pretty good deal if you ask me..
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2010HTC is a lot better than samsung. -in service -in class -in nameWell, the screens Samsung makes are still alone at their top, that's for sure. Would be better if we could enjoy a merger between Samsung and HTC some day.. Let Samsung make their screens, let Sony create their UI, and let HTC build the rest of it (and the solid hardware like in the Legend).
Why doesn't this have the same battery as the Sony XP10? Obviously this generates 100 minutes more standby time than it currently offers. Weird. It isn't even more lightweight, so what's up with that difference, HTC ?
Den10, 25 Mar 2010Just another Apple fanboy trying to convince himself Iphone is the best phone out there, it's notThey just cant accept the fact that their phone is now a thing of the past.. maybe they just cant afford to buy a new one...
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2010UGLY! - discount-feeling, non-elegant icons. To much copy from iPhone - not innovative enough.... moreJust another Apple fanboy trying to convince himself Iphone is the best phone out there, it's not
arsene wenger, 25 Mar 2010does anyone know if this will be on the o2 network, thanksYes, as well as T-mobile, Voda and Orange
p.s. C'MON YOU GUNNERS!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970HTC is a lot better than samsung.
Will this Phone work on Canadian 3G Networks? it says 3G 850/2100, 3G 850/1900, 3G 1700 for canada on a website