The Desire HD is pretty much an non-American version of Sprint’s HTV EVO 4G. It features a 4.3 inch WVGA TFT touchscreen display, HSPA+, Wi-Fi, GPS, Dobly Mobile sound, HD video recording, 8MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash, and 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The smartphone will probably come with Android 2.2 Froyo on board.
Here’s what the HTC Desire HD looks like (live photos via IntoMobile):
The HTC Desire Z is the European/Asian version of the T-Mobile G2, hence it comes with a 3.7 inch WVGA display, full QWERTY keyboard, HSPA+, GPS, Wi-Fi, and an 800MHz processor.
Both the Desire HD and Desire Z feature a new, improved HTC Sense UI, as well as access to HTCSense.com services (the website isn’t accessible yet).
According to HTC, the Desire HD and Desire Z “will be broadly available through mobile operators and retailers across major European and Asian markets from October 2010, with the HTC Desire Z shipping in North America later this year.” Pricing details have not been unveiled.
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