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The HTC Desire S is the new, improved version of the previous phone of the year, the HTC Desire. It features a sleek, all-in-one aluminium casing which is both durable and aesthetically pleasing and it runs on the widely acclaimed Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

There is a broad range of features that help make this phone one of the best on the market today. It has an HD video camera and a 5-megapixel instant-capture camera which allows you to take great shots while you are out on the move. Communications are also integrated by contact rather than application, so rather than toggling between Facebook, Twitter and your email account you can connect with your friends and colleagues however you want just by accessing your address book.

There are many other little features which make the Desire S highly usable. For instance, you can reject a call just by turning the phone over, which is ideal if you spend a lot of time in meetings. Other handy applications include the fact that internet browsing is easier than ever with the large touchscreen and the tap-and-hold technology which allows you to look up a phrase or word in Google or Wikipedia while you are browsing a particular web page.

Of course, the Desire S is a top-of-the-range phone so you would expect it to have a whole host of high-end features. However, it is even better than its phone-of-the-year predecessor, so you can be sure that you are getting a smart phone which encapsulates some of the premium features of today's mobile devices.


Specifications

Weight: 130g
Battery time: 0 mAh
Bluetooth FM Radio Video player

3G or UMTS
Android OS
Autofocus
Bluetooth
Built-in handsfree
Camera
EDGE for high speed data access
Email
Face detection
FM Radio
Game
GPRS
GPS navigation
Instant messaging
Internet
Java compatible
Memory expandable via MicroSD card
Motion sensor
MP3 Player
MP3 Ringtone
MP4
Multimedia Service MMS
SMS - text messages
Social Network Integration
Solid Bar
Touch sensitive
Vibra alert
Video calling
Video player
Video recorder
Visual radio
Voice Command
Wi-Fi