to random 2010-09-30, 30 Sep 2010Have u seen the S-LCD screen, is allmost the same performance as SAMOLED one. Yes, I did see the SLCD and have used it as well. Compared to a SAMOLED, SLCD has true to life colours. SAMOLED is over saturated but the blacks are unbeatable! Blacks in SAMOLED are gorgeous but SLCD is super duper sharp, having deep blacks and beautiful vivid natural colours. Cheers!
Have u seen the S-LCD screen, is allmost the same performance as SAMOLED one.
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teddylie, 30 Sep 2010the specifications is WOW!Hold your breath! Wait until smartphones with Tegra 2 chips appear by the end of the year, and then a global WOW will be heard.
WHY CANT HTC GIVES MORE BATTERY LIFE? LIKE 1500 mAh,8gb internal memory and secondary camera,are they trying to play games with their customers or what ,well for me i might quit Htc sooner or later.
Matt, 30 Sep 2010Perfect, looking forward to the comparison but I guess it's gonna be a close callAnyway, the "normal" HTC Desire is below the SGS, see the S.Sri comment on the second page of comments on the iPhone 4.
Alui, 30 Sep 2010OK, seems that the HD battery is removable. A plus point. It's easier to carry a spare battery... morePerfect, looking forward to the comparison but I guess it's gonna be a close call
Alui, 30 Sep 2010See the comments on the Desire page on this site.What about those comments? those are about the Desire, which is a different device...
I wonder how ebooks would look on this phone? If they were as readable as on a kindle or other ebook device, that would be a major plus point for the Desire HD.
It's a shame that this only has a super-lcd screen. A Super-AMOLED would have made this a perfect phone for watching movies and viewing pictures. Any chance that Samsung will start supplying the other manufacturers with their screens anytime soon?
Matt, 29 Sep 2010what battery life problems? please give me a source for this statement so we can all verifySee the comments on the Desire page on this site.
Alui, 30 Sep 2010Dream on! The HD battery is not removable.OK, seems that the HD battery is removable. A plus point. It's easier to carry a spare battery than a charger:).
So let's see how long it lasts.
When HD will be released I will test it and compare it with the SGS. After that I will decide which is the best phone.
skpal, 29 Sep 2010Not sure where you're getting your information from, but the HTC Desire HD has a newer process... moreIf you have a SGS, look at the battery usage and you'll see that even the most energy efficient screen in the world (the superamoled) still consumes most of the battery. So I bet, that the larger super LCD will consume more from a smaller battery.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2010Desire HD has poor battery life, what a disapointment! I mean if you are going to improve the ... moreThere are usually higher rated batteries available for phones from third party manufacturers, so surely a higher capacity battery can be used instead of the standard one?
What about the battery for the HTC Evo or HD2, wouldn't this fit into the Desire HD?
I think there'll be ways to get around the battery issue, for those that see it as a problem.