The HTC Desire S combines functionality and formMar 16th, 2011 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications
The HTC Desire S is a unit which offers impressive technology and aesthetic appeal within a compact unit. The handset has dimensions of 115 mm by 59 mm wide whilst it is only 11 mm thick, and weighs 130 g in weight.
The units connectivity offers a multitude of options, with the benefits of a microSD card slot provided, which enables the user to utilise relevant cards to increase the memory capacity of the unit from its standard amount up to 32 GB. The handset also provides a range of additional connectivity options which include the standard Bluetooth, micro USB, EDGE and GPRS connections whilst also providing fast Internet access through its own HSDPA connection or the alternative of Wi Fi.
The handsets display screen is effervescent in every way, being 3.7 inches in size and providing S-LCD capacitive display capability, in conjunction with effective touch screen functionality. Outstanding imagery is displayed within the screen due to the fact that it displays up to 16 million colours within a pixel screen resolution that is quoted at 480 x 800 pixels. The unit also provides an array of touch sensitive controls for navigation purposes in conjunction with the popular HTC sense user interface version 3.0. The handset comes with a range of automation tools, such as accelerometer and proximity sensors which automate a variety of tasks.
The HTC Desire S provides an impressive 5.0 megapixel camera which ensures quality imagery by virtue of its inclusion of autofocus, touch focus as well as image stabilisation and geo-tagging whilst also providing a useful LED flash. The camera is also able to record video at 720 pixels and at 30 frames per second, offering a suitable alternative whilst a secondary VGA camera is also included. Entertainment is provided by virtue of a stereo FM radio as well as an MP4/MP3 multimedia player.
The handset makes use of an impressively fast 1 GHz Scorpion processor and the gingerbread version of the android operating system. The handset provides an array of additional functionality such as Google search, talk as well as Gmail, whilst also providing YouTube and Picasa integration. Satellite navigation is provided with this unit, which also comes with A-GPS support.
The HTC Desire S is not unlike the HTC Desire in that both offer impressive levels of technology with an aesthetic appeal that are second to none, from a manufacturer that has become renowned for innovation.
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