HTC Desire Goes Public at MWC 2010, Brings Flash Compatibility and a Lot of Nexus One Goodness

February 16, 2010, By Atul Roach

Google Nexus One disappoints on a few counts but then you cannot expect all the goodness in a single smartphone however, if the amalgamation of Sense UI and Android 2.1 is what you miss, the HTC Desire unveiled at the MWC is the answer. The HTC Desire has been unveiled with a 3.7-inch AMOLED touch-sensitive screen with 480 X 800 WVGA resolution and the Sense UI updated with the Friend Stream.

Desire is almost the Nexus One bettered with an updated Sense UI while the trackpad replaces the trackball and the 1GHz snapdragon retains its place. The Desire also intends to lure in buyers with Flash 10.1 compatibility, which is something that wasn’t predicted.

Other noticeable iterations on the Desire include a 5 megapixel color camera with auto focus and flash and a 3.5 mm stereo audio jack to please the music loving ears. While the Carrier to get the device wasn’t mentioned, there are rumors afloat the Verizon might be the one.

Even if it is the Big Red, the interested parties will have to wait indefinitely as it is currently headed to Europe and Asia in the second quarter of 2010. [via: Engadget]

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