HTC Desire S
BARCELONA, Spain--Though it's not a huge departure from the original Desire, the HTC Desire S has a sturdy aluminum shell and a rounded shape that fits nicely in the hand. The Gingerbread-powered device offers a Qualcomm 1GHz 8255 Snapdragon processor, front- and rear-facing HD cameras, and a 3.7-inch WVGA display.
Like the Incredible S, the Desire S also has HTC's Leap feature for seeing all seven home screens at once.
Tap on the menu icon at the bottom of the home screen to access the full list of features. You'll find everything that you'd expect on a smartphone include media players, productivity apps, messaging and e-mail, and access to the Android Market.
The handy car panel puts several features at your fingertips when you're on the road.
The photo gallery will display all your shots in a grid.
The user-friendly music player interface supports album art and works in both portrait and landscape modes.
Like on any other Android phone, you can fill the home screens with widgets and app shortcuts. Pictured here is the weather app.
The Desire S has a virtual keyboard only.
The phone dialer interface is easy to use.
The Desire S' rounded edges give it a streamlined look.
You'll find the power control and 3.5mm headset jack on the handset's top side.
The main camera lens and flash are on the Desire S' rear side.