HTC Desire Review

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HTC Desire
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5 Comments to HTC Desire Review

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  2. Why do they have to stick on Eclair as out of the box OS when everything starts with Froyo. I wonder if it can skip Froyo update and go directly to Gingerbread.

  3. I am in the UK where I have been running the Desire on 2.2 Froyo for months! This review does not take into account that the Desire is now a year old and yet still handles its own amongst the newer Android handsets. How it can be called a low-mid range handset is beyond me. It runs a 1Ghz processor which many newer Android handsets do not even come close to having. For other readers, please read the numerous other HTC Desire reviews before making up your own minds.

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