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
Telstra and HTC joined forces last night to announce the carrier will range the HTC Desire S Android smartphone from 31 May.
CNET takes an up-close look at the unibody Desire with its two HD cameras.
Orange has started selling the HTC Desire S smart phone in the UK, offering the device for free on £35 per month contracts. It won't be the only operator offering it, however.
Vodafone is taking orders for the HTC Desire S, as well as revealing exclusive colours for the HTC Wildfire S and Google Nexus S.
T-Mobile has revealed when it will start selling the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, HTC Desire S, Motorola Atrix and Samsung Galaxy Ace smart phones here in the UK.
We weren't expecting the HTC Desire S here in the UK until next month, but one online retailer is declaring it'll have stock in a few weeks' time.
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.
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.
Amazon UK has made the new HTC Desire S Android smart phone available to pre-order on its site, with a SIM-free price of £420, and an expected release date of 18 April.