Posts tagged with: Desire S

[Full Desire S Review] Released in April 2011, the Desire S is one of the first HTC devices running Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread and HTC Sense UI 2.1. Powering the Desire S is a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 760MB of RAM and 1.9GB of ROM. It is sporting a 3.7-inch Super LCD display with a 480x800 WVGA resolution. The Desire S also features two cameras, one 0.3-megapixel camera on front and a rear facing five-megapixel camera with LED flash and autofocus. Read on for the latest Desire S news, reviews and videos:

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    With nearly a dozen new phones announced at Mobile World Congress, you might be curious as to when the new devices will land, and perhaps more importantly, how much they're going to cost. Most of the devices will hit Europe first, where citizens are used to paying higher non-subsidized prices for new smarpthones, so keep that in mind when you peruse the prices below: Xperia Play: 649 EUR ($882 USD) Xperia Arc: 599 EUR ($814 USD) Xperia Neo: 479 EUR ($651 USD) Wildfire S: (299 EUR ($406) Desire S: 499 EUR ($678 USD) Incredible S: 519 EUR ($705 USD) HTC Flyer: 669 EUR ($909 USD) Several of ...

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    HTC announced its Desire S at the Mobile World Congress earlier this week, giving the phone a Q2 target for release. We can now narrow that window down to April 18, as multiple UK retailers have tagged that Monday as the first day the Android smartphone will be available. First hitting our radar as the HTC Saga, we've also called the phone the Desire 2 before learning that HTC settled on Desire S. While the phone's hardware specifications didn't blow us away, with a 3.7-inch Super LCD (like the current-gen Desire, while the originals used AMOLED), 1GHz Snapdragon, and 768MB of RAM, when ...

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    The latest upgrade to HTC Sense for Android is pretty modest: Gingerbread phones will get a redesigned app tray, the left button on your homescreen look different, and there are some new widget. One more to add to the list: you can rearrange homescreens within the Leap feature. HTC was first to introduce Leap, which allows you to get a zoomed out view of all of your homescreens with an ease multitouch gesture, last year at Mobile World Congress. This year, they add the ability to tap and drag your homescreens within Leap to quickly rearrange them. Check it out in the video below! Update: ...

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    Dear HTC, Not a lot has happened since our last letter, and that's kind of why we decided to write again: you promised us something big at Mobile World Congress, and you must have been referring to that tablet, because the crop of phones that you brought along was pretty ho hum. We were totally excited for some dual-core, qHD, gigabyte-of-RAM, NFC-equipped action, and instead, the highlights of your lineup were a pair of low-end handsets with a rather gimmicky social networking button on them. As for the mainstream models, well, those weren't really much better -- incremental upgrades to ...

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    The original HTC Desire was an award-winning and highly acclaimed device. It's no wonder HTC wanted to do a successor. The just-announced Desire S is running with very similar specs to the original Desire: it has a 3.7 WVGA Super AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz CPU, 768MB of RAM, and 1.1 GB of ROM. After getting some hands-on time with the Desire S, we were not really overwhelmed. It's just a Desire refresh. Of course it has HTC Sense in it's newer iteration as well as Android 2.3 Gingerbread but 1GHz Snapdragon is something everybody thought HTC might be dropping. Anyways, ...

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    After exclusively showing you renders of HTC's upcoming flagship device, the smartphone was caught in the wild in Taipei's metro system posing for some paparazzi shots. Gizmodo ran another picture of the smartphone which is referred to as the "Saga". The handset in the picture looks to be the same with the one in our renders as well as those published by Engadget. The only difference between the real-live pictures looks to be the color of the handset: while the Taipei metro device seems to have a silver/black combination, the one published by Gizmodo looks to be all black - and so is the ...

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    Here is the first press shot -- render, actually -- of the HTC Saga (Desire 2?) running the new version of Sense (likely 3.0), as evidenced by the grid icon in tray, which has replaced the up arrow. Both the handset and the latest version of the UI are expected to debut tomorrow at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. So far we've seen Saga (tipped as Desire 2 by Vodafone and Expansys) in smaller render form as well as in the wild preparing to board a Taiwanese commuter train, followed more recently by some close ups. We're not sure of any of the specs at this point, although we'd expect a ...

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    Whether you want to call this the Desire 2 or the Saga, we can all agree that it's having trouble staying under the radar. We first discovered an image of this mystery phone late last month. Then, it appeared again about a week later. And now, for the first time, we're seeing shots of the rear of the Saga, and we find there to be not two, but three microphones. Why three? Our guess is the first two are for noise cancellation, while the third is for isolating audio when shooting video (like the Droid X). This would be the first time an HTC phone had more than two microphones. We're curious ...

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    Today at Mobile World Congress, HTC announced the Desire S, a device that we've seen leaked numerous times as the HTC Saga. It brings a similar form factor, but has a slimmer, stronger design thanks to unibody construction. The specs aren't going to blow you away, let us warn you, but it looks like a worthy successor to the original. Like the current Desire, it has a 3.7" WVGA display; in the case of the Desire S, it's a Super LCD panel. It's packing a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz with 768MB of RAM, 1.1GB of ROM, and a 1450mAh battery. The camera on the rear can record 720p video ...

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