HTC Desire HD and Desire Z: Full List of Specs Confirmed

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For those of you who are seeking further information on the recently announced HTC Desire HD and Desire Z handsets, you’ll be pleased to know that HTC has just posted their official product pages online.

As reported from Phandroid, we imagine that there are a lot of happy consumers in the UK who cant wait to get their hands on the Desire HD, aka the EU version of the hugely successful HTC EVO 4G handset on Sprint.

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The handset will also come with Android 2.2 Froyo, so there won’t be any messing around after release when it comes to updates. Other notable specs include a 4.3-inch display, 1GHz processor, 8MP camera with auto focus and dual LED flash and HD Video Recording (720p).

As for the Desire Z, it is everything you loved about the original Desire, but with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard – perfect for consumers who are constantly sending emails and texts to friends. Other specs of the device include a 3.7-inch display, Android 2.2, Wi-Fi tethering, proximity sensor and 3.5mm audio jack.

If you are seriously considering picking one up, or even importing it to a different country, then make sure you study the official product pages below.

HTC Desire HD – Product Page

HTC Desire Z – Product Page

  • JohnB

    For those who are still not aware, Desire HD is NOT the European HSPA+ version of EVO 4G. It is BETTER than Evo!

    Evo uses the first generation Snapdragon processor, based on 65nm technology. Desire HD uses 45nm second generation Snapdragon processor, featuring Adreno 205 GPU. Graphics performance-wise, it will be MUCH faster than EVO or any other Snapdragon based phones of today, except G2/Desire Z which should perform similarly. Adreno 205 offers other goodies too, such as hardware accelerated Flash.

    And not to mention it will consume less power due to 45nm usage.

    You can read more about Adreno 205 in this article:
    http://smartphonebenchmarks.com/forum/index.php?/