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      HTC Desire A8181HTC DesireHTC BravoHTC Desire A8181
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      Construction
      Height119.5mm (4.7")119mm (4.69")
      Width59.8mm (2.35")60mm (2.36")
      Depth12.5mm (0.49")11.9mm (0.47")
      Dimension119.5x59.8x12.5mm (4.7x2.35x0.49")119x60x11.9mm (4.69x2.36x0.47")
      3D SIZE

      Side View3D SeparatedTop View3D InsideFront View

      Weight128gr (4.52oz)135gr (4.76oz)
      Form FactorCandy BarCandy Bar
      Material
      Colors
      Usability
      Display Resolution480x800px480x800px
      Display Size49x81mm (1.93x3.19") ~252PPI49x81mm (1.93x3.19") ~252PPI
      Display Diagonal3.7"3.7"
      Display Type16M AMOLED16M AMOLED
      Secondary Display Resolution
      InputNavigation Joystick / Button
      Capacitive Touchscreen
      Optical Joystick
      Capacitive Touchscreen
      Talk Time13 hours, 20 minutes - 2G
      7 hours, 30 minutes - 3G
      6 hours, 40 minutes - 2G
      6 hours, 30 minutes - 3G
      Standby Time23 days, 8 hours - 2G
      18 days, 18 hours - 3G
      14 days, 4 hours - 2G
      15 days - 3G
      OSAndroid OS, v2.1Android OS, v2.1 upgradable to v2.2
      JavaAvailableAvailable
      VibrationAvailableAvailable
      RingtonePolyphonicPolyphonic
      Hardware
      ChipsetTI OMAP 3430Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon S1
      Processor720MHz ARM Cortex-A81GHz Qualcomm Scorpion
      GPUPowerVR SGX530Adreno 200
      Ram384MB576MB
      Internal Memory1GB512MB
      External MemorymicroSDmicroSD
      Camera Resolution5 Megapixel5 Megapixel
      Camera FlashLEDLED
      Camera Lens
      Optical Zoom
      Front Camera0.3 Megapixel
      Second Front Camera
      Front Camera Flash
      Other FunctionalitiesAccelerometer
      Proximity Sensor
      Digital Compass
      Accelerometer
      Light Sensor
      Proximity Sensor
      SpeakerMonoStereo
      Battery Capacity1500mAh1400mAh
      Battery Type
      Connectivity
      WIMAX
      WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/nWi-Fi 802.11 b/g
      UPnP
      NFC
      USBv2.0v2.0
      Bluetoothv2.1v2.1
      Positioning SystemIntegrated GPSIntegrated GPS
      TV Receiver
      TV Out
      Audio Output3.5mm Jack3.5mm Jack
      RadioFM
      RDS
      Ethernet
      Infrared
      Cellular Network
      Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
      UMTS 2100
      HSPA 2100
      GSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
      UMTS 900, 2100
      HSPA 900, 2100
      SIM CardsMiniMini
      PTT
      HSCSDHSCSD
      GPRSClass 10Class 10
      EDGEClass 10Class 10
      AMPS
      CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
      US Operators
      World Compatibility
      NO ACCESS
      2G (GSM)
      3G (UMTS)
      3.5G (HSDPA)
      4G (LTE)
      worldwide compatibilityworldwide compatibility
      AT&TGSM 1900 / GSM 850GSM 1900 / GSM 850
      T-Mobile USGSM 1900GSM 1900
      Verizon
      Sprint Nextel
      VARIOUS
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      ReviewsDisplay Verdicts
      85 out of 100
      Phone Arena
      The Samsung GALAXY S I9000 comes with a huge 4 Super AMOLED display, significantly larger than the only other such screen on the market the 3.3 one of the Samsung Wave. This ... read more
      84 out of 100
      CNET Asia
      This Android smartphone is an excellent high-end Android smartphone that will benefit greatly from a few software tweaks to improve its custom TouchWiz UI. read more
      83 out of 100
      CNET
      With venerable specs, including a terrific camera and large, beautiful screen, the Samsung Galaxy S II is holding true to its claim to fame as the everyman's high-end Android phone. read more
      70 out of 100
      TechRadar
      Can Android 1.5 and black plastic cut it in 2010? read more
      N/A out of 100
      mobile-review
      (source page not available anymore)
      N/A out of 100
      Techhive
      N/A out of 100
      GSMArena
      Competition is certainly one of the things that make the Android OS so much fun. There are already several manufacturers involved in the Google OS game and each of them has already released a flagship that aims at the peak of the... read more
      100 out of 100
      TechRadar
      The most powerful Android phone ever - but is it the best? (source page not available anymore)
      90 out of 100
      Good Gear Guide
      HTC's Desire is the first Android phone to be released by Telstra, and we think it's the best Android phone period. A highly impressive design, a superb, customisable user interface and all the features and capabilities of the latest version of Android combine to produce an excellent smartphone. It will only get better with software updates. read more
      90 out of 100
      Phone Arena
      The HTC Desire is the long-awaited Android handset with specifications similar to those of the famous Nexus One and equipped with the wonderful Sense interface. We gather this must look like a dream ... read more
      84 out of 100
      CNET Asia
      Though seemingly identical to the Nexus One, the included HTC Sense software adds real value to this mobile phone, making it an excellent choice compared with any other Android smartphone out there. read more
      83 out of 100
      CNET
      Sleek and fast, the HTC Desire is not only U.S. Cellular's best Android device but the carrier's best smartphone to date. read more
      N/A out of 100
      GSMArena
      If youve seen the Google Nexus One, youve seen the HTC Desire. End of story. We liked the Nexus One so be our guest, HTC Desire. But is it all that simple? HTC are so good they build phones for the competition. HTC are so mean they have no issues competing... read more
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      Published OnApril 2010February 2010

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