HTC today have launched two more phones in its already heavily populated Android stable. The HTC Desire HD is basically an EVO 4G in its GSM form. Many may already know, the EVO 4G is a WiMAX enabled handset sold by American carrier Sprint. The Desire HD gets the Evo 4G’s delicious hardware like the huge 4.3-inch LCD display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8 mega-pixel camera with 720p video recording. One could also call the Desire HD as the Android cousin of the HTC HD2 (which was powered by Windows Mobile 6.5)
The second phone is the Desire Z; also known as the T-mobile G2 in the US. It’s 800 MHz Qualcomm MSM7230 processor and generous 512MB RAM should keep the underlying Android 2.2 OS smooth in operation. User input on a 3.7-inch 800 x 480 pixel capacitive screen is complimented by a sliding QWERTY keyboard. You also have a 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with flash and support for 720p video recording.
Both have got HSPA+ that supports a really fast theoretical 14.4Mbps download speed and the regular Wi-fi 802.11n too.
They also come pre-loaded with HTC’s Sense UI along with a dedicated HTCSense.com website. You can log into that site for remotely backing up all your data, trigger your phone to ring loudly and even track its real-time location on a map. In an extreme scenario, you can even remotely lock or wipe your phone from that website, if the phone should land into wrong hands.