HTC has finally made it official; the Desire Z has hit the Indian shelves. The Z is HTC’s latest Android based smartphone running Froyo that’s been released in the country sporting their popular HTC Sense interface. In case you’re unaware, the UI also features a set of new connected services called HTCSense.com.
Sweet looking keypad
HTC Desire Z features comes equipped with an 800Mhz Scorpion processor coupled to an Adreno 205 GPU and a Qualcomm chipset. Other features include –
3.7-inch S-LCD Capacitive Touchscreen with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution Slide out QWERTY keypad
Optical Trackpad for navigation
3G, Wi-Fi with DLNA compatibility,
GPS with A-GPS, Geotagging
Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP
5 Megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash and HD video recording
1.5 GB internal memory expandable up to 32 GB
Stereo FM radio with RDS
3.5 mm audio jack
The QWERTY keypad features a variety of keyboard shortcuts and two customizable keys. The new HTCSense.com service is designed to allow people to manage their mobile phone experience from their HTC phone or personal computer – for example, people can locate a missing phone by triggering the handset to ring loudly, even if it is set to silent, or to flag its location on a map. If the phone’s been lost or stolen, users can remotely lock the phone, forward calls and texts to another phone, send a message to the phone to arrange its return or even remotely wipe all personal data from it.
The HTC Desire Z will be available at a Market Operating Price of Rs. 25,590 is, all things considered, extremely competitive at the moment.
Publish date: March 16, 2011 6:17 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:27 pm