HTC’s own branded Google Nexus One is here and it’s named the HTC Desire. Previously known as the HTC Bravo, the Desire comes sporting the latest Android 2.1 offering and a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen.
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Unofficially known as the Nexus Two for its almost identical spec list, the main difference on the HTC Desire is the UI. HTC’s Sense has been updated. "Leap" is a way to access all your homescreens as thumbnails and "Friend Stream" pulls in content on your contacts from Facebook, Twitter and as well as pictures from Picasa.
We’ve managed to grab some hands-on time with the HTC Desire, check out the pictures and watch the in-depth hands-on video to your right for a closer look