Taiwanese mobile-maker HTC Corporation has made its Desire smartphone more attractive business option by adding native support for Exchange mail, contacts and calendar to it.
The high-end mobile phone HTC Desire, which was unveiled officially during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, is proving business-friendly due to its large display, 1GHz processor that makes web browsing super fast and hardware specs that promise fast performance.
The Nexus One’s brother, the HTC Desire, runs the Android Operating System and possesses Sense technology.
The handset boasts of a 5 megpixel camera, face detection technology, autofocus and a flash. It also features GPS, HTC Footprints and Google Maps.
The HTC Desire is available for purchase through a number of carriers in the UK such as T-Mobile and Phones4U. Phones4U is offering the handset on 18-month contract for £30 a month.
Reports suggest that the demand for the HTC Desire is so high that carriers have been running out of stock.
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