Good Build quality with Aluminum Unibdy.
Excellent social networking integration.
Huge 4.3-inch HD display.
Great web browser.
Customisable HTC Sense UI.
Support for Flash 10.1.
Poor Battery Life.
Strange Battery Panel Construction.
Only four webpages can be opened at any one time.
Lacks video call.
Large form factor.
No dedicated camera shutter button or lens cover.
By BrightHub on May 25, 2011
The HTC Desire HD is easily one of the best Android smartphones currently available. It has a great camera and offers the best hardware among all Android phones. I would definitely recommend it. If you want a cheaper alternative, you could go...80
By ZOMGitsCj on May 08, 2011
So what do we make of the HTC Desire HD? Well… it has pretty bad battery life, and the design could have been better.But it brings a whole lot of goodness to the table, with a very polished Sense UI on top of Froyo, with an update to gingerbread...60
By Android Central on May 04, 2011
You might think it's a strange time to be considering an HTC Desire HD for your next phone. The Sensation, HTC’s next big thing, is looming on the horizon. And newer, shinier phones from a variety of manufacturers may tempt you away from a...-
By ThinkDigit on April 25, 2011
A price tag of Rs. 26,990 would have been great 3 months back, but is merely good today. Don't get us wrong - the HTC Desire HD is a very nice phone, but it feels a tad overpriced, especially given dual cores have been sighted at a mere 5,000 bucks...70
By CIOL on March 09, 2011
Android devices have been launching now left, right and centre. However, high-end Android devices are in a dearth. The Galaxy S still remains the top favourite of many due to its performance and large display from the day of its launch. However, with...-
By ShopExplorer on March 07, 2011
With a plethora of brand new, Android 2.3-toting HTC smartphones just around the corner, now could be a good time to consider one of the company's older - and arguably better - handsets, which offer those looking for a good deal so much more...-
By Mobile Mentalism on February 28, 2011
This is no ordinary HTC Desire HD review! You know those long-term car reviews, where a car is reviewed only after it’s been used daily for a number of months? Well that’s what this Desire HD review is like (only with a phone, not a car!) I...-
By Expert Reviews on January 10, 2011
A responsive, big screen and all the features you could ever want, but HTC's Sense software is becoming bloated, battery life is below average and it's expensive....60
By RegHardware on January 05, 2011
As you might expect, all this large-screen loveliness comes at a price. Unlocked, the HD will set you back between £450 and £500. If you want the handset 'free', you're looking at committing to a talk plan costing £40 a month...80
By DigitalVersus on December 30, 2010
The Desire HD's super-charged hardware, show-off screen and updated HTC Sense interface make it a great super-smartphone. So why does it have such appalling battery...80