HTC Desire Android phone coming to 3 Mobile in April

During the rather awe-inspiring HTC press conference at MWC, on Tuesday, CEO Peter Chou told us there’d be no favouritism and that everyone who wanted could get a piece of new handsets like the HTC Desire and HTC Legend.

 

Three days later and self-styled underdog 3 Mobile has lept on those words to announce it will be carrying the HTC Desire – the handset shaping up to be the company’s best Android phone yet.

 

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That brings the total of UK networks queueing up to stock the phone to five. HTC has ensnared 3, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone and O2 meaning that the company is playing with a full deck ahead of the April launch.

 

The non-discriminatory blanket release plays into HTC’s deliberately-humble ‘quietly brilliant’ marketing stance, but also tells us how eager the big networks are to get their hands on the device.

 

The Desire boasts specs similar to the HTC-made Google Nexus One, with a 3.7-inch OLED screen, the Android 2.1 OS, a new incarnation of the Sense UI, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and a 5-megapixel camera with a flash.

 

No pricing schemes have been announced on any of the networks as of yet, but you know the score, it’s likely to be free from around the £35-a-month mark, on a lengthy contract.

 

Link: 3 Mobile


During the rather awe-inspiring HTC press conference at MWC, on Tuesday, CEO Peter Chou told us there’d be no favouritism and that everyone who wanted could get a piece of new handsets like the HTC Desire and HTC Legend.

 

Three days later and self-styled underdog 3 Mobile has lept on those words to announce it will be carrying the HTC Desire – the handset shaping up to be the company’s best Android phone yet.

 

HTC Desire revealed: video and hands-on live from MWC

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10 Reasons to love Android

Best touchscreen phones of 2010

 

That brings the total of UK networks queueing up to stock the phone to five. HTC has ensnared 3, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone and O2 meaning that the company is playing with a full deck ahead of the April launch.

 

The non-discriminatory blanket release plays into HTC’s deliberately-humble ‘quietly brilliant’ marketing stance, but also tells us how eager the big networks are to get their hands on the device.

 

The Desire boasts specs similar to the HTC-made Google Nexus One, with a 3.7-inch OLED screen, the Android 2.1 OS, a new incarnation of the Sense UI, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and a 5-megapixel camera with a flash.

 

No pricing schemes have been announced on any of the networks as of yet, but you know the score, it’s likely to be free from around the £35-a-month mark, on a lengthy contract.

 

Link: 3 Mobile


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