The HTC Desire S isn't the most powerful Android smart phone on the block, but it offers a terrific design and intuitive software. Overall, it's a seriously appealing device.
Typical price: £400.00
HTC has announced that four of its smart phones -- the Desire, Desire Z, Desire HD and Incredible S -- will be updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread before summer's here.
Feature phone owners are upgrading more to smartphones -- and mostly those running on Android -- according to a new report.
Sleek and fast, the HTC Desire is not only U.S. Cellular's best Android device but the carrier's best smartphone to date.
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We've gone elbow-deep in specs to tease out all the differences worth knowing between the original HTC Desire and the new HTC Desire S.
Vodafone is taking orders for the HTC Desire S, as well as revealing exclusive colours for the HTC Wildfire S and Google Nexus S.
A trio of S-series phones that update original HTC models are headed for Europe and Asia in mid-2011.
UK mobile network Three will start selling HTC's Desire S in April, its Wildfire S in May and the ChaCha in June, with the three Android phones all available on contracts.
Three UK operators have all confirmed they'll be selling HTC's new ChaCha, Desire S and Wildfire S smart phones when the devices launch here later this year.
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