HTC makes aluminium the new black with the Desire HD


HTC’s flagship Desire model gets bigger and better with a new version that increases screen size, camera resolution, and robustness.
The HTC Desire HD will be powered by a 1GHz processor and includes Dolby Mobile for excellent sound, making the viewing of multimedia all the more better on it’s huge 4.3-inch screen. Powered by Google’s newer Android 2.2 operating system, customers will reap benefits including the ability to browse sites with Flash content, voice dialing, and the ability to turn their phone into a portable WiFi hotspot.
Photography on the go gets an improvement too, with the 5 megapixel camera jumping to 8 megapixels with a dual LED flash, and video capture sitting at 720p HD.
Similar to the HTC Legend, the new Desire HD will be fashioned out of a single block of aluminium, making it stronger than handsets built from several pieces of plastic.
VHA has already picked up the order for the new phone, with the launch being handled exclusively through Vodafone and 3.
“VHA is excited to be the exclusive carrier for the HTC Desire HD, an outstanding and stylish Android device that brings further strength to our current Android range,” said Ross Parker, General Manager of Devices and Pricing at VHA.
Expect the HTC Desire HD to hit Australian stores in October.