CNET ( http://asia.cnet.com/reviews/mobilephones/0,39051199,45305089p,00.htm ) just published a review on Desire HD. Not surprisingly, the 1230mAh battery lasted less than 15 hours ! What is the point of Desire HD's fancy spec but inadequate battery to power the phone ???!!! How could the in-charge engineer finalize on a 1230mAh battery for a 4.3" screen phone ???? HTC needs engineer with better judgment.
Do email HTC http://www.htc.com/www/about_htc_bymail.aspx to voice your need for a minimum 1500mAh battery for Desire HD.
Yeah,and NO HDMI ! ! ! Only the old DLNA standard which can only transmit the screen picture/resolution to the tv ! OMG The old N95 had that. Actually most nokia cells still have Dlna . Nokia is one of the founders of DLNA but they have upgraded to what they call 'UPnP'. Only recently (S3 OS) Nokia decided to go for the real thing (DLNA).
No voice command option. so no bluethooth voice dialing. would you have to use an app to get voice dialing via bluetooth hands free car kit.
htc desire hd camera 16.4 : )
sony ericsson xperia x10 camera 16.4 : )
htc desire dh DLNA : ) good
Nokia N8 DLNA : (
sony ericsson xperia x10 DLNA : (
samsung galaxy i9000 DLNA : ) good
Only now I see. This phone does not have HDMI ! ! ! One will have to resort to DLNA interface quality to send videos to a display/tv. What a f-up. Nokia's N8 looks more and more attractive :-)
That is marketing hype more then anything als. Sorryericsson is a dying company. 3 quarter results are just in and they did not reach the envisaged target once again ! They only managed to sell 10million handsets for the ENTIRE quarter ! ! ! They have become a insignificant role player by now. Alcatel managed to sell more :-) Their market share is well below 3% now. The camera sensor has lots of megapixels but is the size of a peanut. And very very expensive/overpriced - usual thing with all Sony products nowadays.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2010Does desire HD has Tv-out functionality Thanksyes HTC Desire HD has DLNA. So you can share your media to your tv.
rayz, 15 Aug 2010Not much different from the Desire...and in my opinion....with 4.3 inches....just abit too chunky.Its a good size, think about gingerbread ...
Heng, 15 Oct 2010Can the flash be turned on anytime? It will be very useful if it does like Sony Ericsson.in the android store there is an app called "flash light" and on the normal desire it turns the flash on so i wouldnt see why it wouldnt
as far as i know
the desire HD don't have the S-LCD
because right now i am studying in taiwan
they said that right now there are no such size S-LCD
Can the flash be turned on anytime? It will be very useful if it does like Sony Ericsson.
Let's be faire. The old Snapdragon + the power hungry Android and a weak battery = you have to carry the charger with you where ever you go :-(
Now that HTC HD has a choice of OS, which is a better OS for social application plus general browsing the net. Android or WM? I`m on You tube and Facebook a lot. Found both these with WM 6.5 on Omnia 2 really poor, hangs alot!
Now intend to upgrade to HTC HD. WM7 or Android 2.2 perform better for social
htc2010, 13 Oct 2010hi all, is this the highest-end htc phone at the moment?Yes, it's the highest end phone HTC has to offer and infact is the Best Configuration mobile available for Android.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2010Apologies to pull you up on your post but your comparisons seem a tad bias and misleading, if ... morebut one bigg problem with nokia .. symbine os sucks and everyone knows .. beside i will never buy a nokia phone agian cause nokia company sell spying and tracking device to our diktator goverment(iran) and it destroy our freedom ..who knows.. maybe tomorrow i will be in jail for typing this comment (thanks to you nokia) ! i think you love nokia but you should know ahmadinejad loves it too
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2010mighty N8? you mean N8 for No No No No No No No Never?
you know, bluetooth often used for s... moreApologies to pull you up on your post but your comparisons seem a tad bias and misleading, if you are going to compare you need to be fair:
The N8 comes with Dolby Digital Plus surround sound so the comparison to the Desires HD Dolby Mobile & SRS is about equal.
It has 16GB storage space built-in which combined with a 32GB can have upto 48GB.
The ARM Cortex Processor is backed up by a Graphics Accelerator which should be fine for the N8.
It has an TV-Out and HDMI port though the HD does have DLNA, not sure if N8 has that though.
The camera will probably be the best we've seen on the current market.
If you're going to be answering a question at least make a fair comparison for them.
Both phones in their own right are very good, for me personally I'd go for the Desire HD as I'm sticking with the Android OS (and my current HTC Desire) for now but it comes down to whats more important to the user, both have their advantages and disadvantages.