HTC Desire With Sense UI Looks & Works Great

February 22, 2010, By Alex Ion

Officially announced last week at the 2010 MWC in Barcelona, the new HTC Desire is what some call the most powerful Android smartphone on the market. Add to that, the fact that the Desire is using the HTC Sense user interface and you have one of the most appealing handset released in the last couple of months. So just how great is it? Here’s a quick video coming from the lucky folks over at GSM Arena who got to play with it for a few minutes, after the jump.

It goes without question that Sense UI looks amazing on such a screen, the optical joystick is quite useful when used to scan through when you don’t want to “touch”, the new helicopter and the FriendStream integration which make it awesome.

For those who don’t remember it, the new HTC Desire has a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor under the hood, runs Android 2.1, features a 3.7-inch AMOLED touch-sensitive screen (480 X 800 WVGA resolution), a 5MP high definition camera with autofocus and flashlight (as HTC likes to call it), along with Flash 10.1 support.

Now don’t you hate it the HTC Desire is not making it to the US, yesterday?

(Thanks to GSMArena for the video)

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