HTC Desire HD: Hands-on Photos – Similar to the HTC EVO 4G

By Jamie Pert - Sep 15, 2010

Earlier today we showed you the recently announced HTC Desire Z, now HTC has also officially announced the HTC Desire HD, and Engadget seem to believe this is basically a recreation of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G for the rest of the world.

You can see 25 photos of the photos on Engadget here, we have embedded a couple of photos embedded at the end of this post, although the HTC Desire HD resembles the EVO 4G it features no kick stand nor does it features a rear battery cover.

Personally I think that the HTC Desire HD looks like a cross between the HTC Desire and the iPhone 4, which is by no means a bad thing. Do you like the the HTC Desire HD’s look?

Source: Engadget

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  • Matt

    Looks like a NexusOne with an Evo size screen jammed onto it.

  • JohnB

    You guys have missed something significant about Desire HD. This phone uses MSM8255 processor! This is NOT the same as the one used in HTC Evo. Evo uses the first gen Snapdragon, MSM8255 is the second generation Snapdragon, and just like HTC G2, it will feature the Adreno 205 GPU. So there should be a HUGE improvement in graphics performance over HTC Evo.
    Once again, if you don't know Adreno 205, here's an article for you:

    • Jamie Pert

      Thanks, this was just a hands-on in terms of photos and design.