Comes with Android 2.2 (Froyo).
Beautiful Large AMOLED Display.
Sense user interface.
Attractive hardware design.
Disappointing Battery Life.
No Sound Customization Options.
Must pull the battery to swap microSD cards.
Phone heats up when in use.
Display is a fingerprint magnet.
Using optical trackpad to click pictures is inconvenient.
Camera has trouble focusing on smaller objects.
Poor FM radio reception.
Rarely had a full signal.
Odd design choices.
No voice dialing over Bluetooth.
By GadgetSpeak on October 01, 2011
The Desire S is a recent addition to the range of Android phones from HTC and, as a result, has benefitted from the company’s experience. It is of a nice size and feels right in the hand and, having a fast enough processor and 1G of memory will...84
By BrightHub on August 08, 2011
If you are currently shopping around for a smartphone then you’ll be hard pressed to find a better option than the HTC Desire. Right now (April 2010) this is one of, if not, the best mobile phone available, and easily one of the best Android...100
By GadgetReview on February 22, 2011
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By ITP.net on January 04, 2011
The HTC Desire is a great looking Android device that’s fun to use but its limited battery life hurts its overall appeal....80
By PCWorld India on December 09, 2010
The HTC Desire is the top-of-the-line HTC smartphone and comes with Android 2.2....83
By LetsGoMobile on November 25, 2010
T he HTC Desire is, as we are used to by now with HTC, a powerful all-round Android Smartphone. With the HTC Sense look&feel, it is a true HTC, and one that uses the Android operating system. This equips the Phone with a good Internet browser,...80
By TechCentral on November 10, 2010
There is a lot to like about the HTC Desire. It has handy widgets, the Sense user interface is fun to use, and the smartphone runs on the latest Android 2.2 which has a lot of nifty new functions. On the downside, the design is a little bland and the...80
By PC Mag on October 15, 2010
The Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire is indeed desirable, with a robust feature set, a mature and attractive user interface, and plenty of multimedia goodness....90
By Whathifi.com on October 01, 2010
No doubting the value here:'s Desire costs comfortably less than its rivals SIM-free, and great contract deals abound. But it's no economy special: sporting a 3.7in OLED screen and Android 2.1 (for now), it's exceptionally powerful and...80
By TechTree on September 21, 2010
The HTC Desire is priced at Rs. 26,000. Overall it is an excellent device. It looks and feels great, the display is brilliant and I loved the browser and the general speed of the interface. None of the flaws with the device are deal breakers. The...80