Parts of my HTC Desire test was also the o2 business tariff upgrade, which I could test for three months for free. I was concerned mainly with the question: Can I work with the o2-UMTS connection of o2 effectively? Read more
The HTC Desire S is sold as a business phone. And you also notice that since I have the HTC Desire, even my netbook is too big and too heavy for me to lug it all the time. Why? For many things, the phone works at least as well. Read more
One of the most important features of a mobile phone is the possibility to find the right path at any time. But the matter still has its flaws - also with the HTC Desire. Prehistoric monuments (see picture) can not be found in any case! Read more
Studies show that mobile Internet usage will probably overtake the PC soon. This is already noticeable today. The mini-computer for the pocket of the bag should be as powerful as possible but small and light. The HTC Desire S is at any time the perfect all-rounder. There is still criticism. Read more
The first impression of the HTC Desire S: Stylish, fits well in the hand, stable workmanship. The device is formed from a block of aluminum. It is 59,8 mm wide, 11,63 mm deep, 115 mm high and weighs 130 grams with battery. This makes 3 mm shorter and 8 grams lighter than its predecessor HTC Desire. Reason: The optical navigation button of the predecessor ... Read more
The Samsung Galaxy i7500 I had three months in the test, together with a data and telephone flat rate of oEs can be everything a smartphone can, with small structural deficiencies. And can be used, contrary to popular opinion also offline, without data flat rate. Read more
The Samsung Galaxy is priced, in comparison to other smartphones, good in the race, but comes with the old Android 1. What disturbs me however far more is the battery. For my taste is too fast! Read more
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