The Unlocked HTC Desire HD is a phone that has received a ton of attention from various members of the mobile community in recent weeks, since the phone was first announced. There are some very good qualities seen in the phone, which should attract a large number of users.
To start, it has a huge 4.3 inch touchscreen display, WVGA, with a 800 x 480 resolution. The screen is one of the best parts of the phone, but also may cause the battery to drain a bit quicker because of its large size. The HTC Desire HD Unlocked also comes with an 8 megapixel camera and dual LED Flash, along with 720p high quality video and a 1 GHz processor, as has become standard in the mobile industry.
The hardware is very unique. The case of the phone is made out of aluminum and has a unibody design. The case is carved out of a single piece of a light weight metal. IT feels different to the touch than cases from other phones but should provide a bit more protection than other kinds of cases. The phone also has a flawless browser, which has received rave reviews from those that have gotten to test it.
One problem noticed in the HTC Desire HD unlocked is that the camera lens is left unprotected because of the way that the case is designed. It will certainly be interesting to see how popular the phone becomes. At nearly $500 without a contract, some would argue that it is a bit pricey based on the prices of phones with similar specs in the space. Overall, the HTC Desire HD Unlocked is a great phone that continues to display the quality of devices that HTC is putting out. Its huge screen and awesome general performance make it a hot commodity.