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- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 420 hours
HTC Desire HD A9191 Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 8 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Touchscreen--International Version with No Warranty (Black)
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- 4.3-inch LCD display
- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz. 8 megapixel color camera with Auto focus and dual LED flash, 720p HD video recording, Face detection capability and Geotagging
- Storage: Internal phone storage: 1.5 GB, RAM: 768 MB, Expansion slot: microSD? memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
- Gallery, Music, and FM Radio. Dolby Mobile and SRS virtual surround sound.
- Battery type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery 1230 mAh, Talk time: WCDMA: Up to 320 mins, GSM: Up to 550 mins. Standby time: WCDMA: Up to 490 hours, GSM: Up to 420 hours
- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz
- 8 megapixel color camera with Auto focus and dual LED flash, 720p HD video recording, Face detection capability and Geotagging
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- Solid build quality and, unlike most other phones, its not a glossy fingerprint magnet!
- Large and beautiful screen with great color saturation
- Runs fast and is very responsive - I have not encountered any lag
- Wi-Fi Hotspot is easily set up so I can pull e-mail into my iP*d Touch
- Replaceable battery in the event that the battery fails
- Image quality of camera runs circles around *Phone 3GS and is better than IP4
- Sound quality is fabulous for music and great for calls
- USB internet pass-through functionality to save 3G data charges
- Its a small thing but the live wallpapers are beautiful
- Setting up IMAP to pull in Exchange e-mail is easy
- Otterbox makes a very nice case for it
- Battery life is only so-so - a day and a half at best
- Poor design for SIM card slot - the SIM causes a (slight) unsightly gap on the bottom cover
- Removing and replacing the battery cover is tricky - mine has a tiny gap after it was replaced
- Limited storage (8-Gb micro-SD) for the price - should have been 16-Gb
- Android market is a mess to say it nicely - limited number of good games
Complaints about the box and size are silly. Why would you buy a large phone then complain about the size? I have a 3GS and iP4 for games - but this phone has completely won me over for daily use. The screen is large enough to comfortably surf the web and handle routine e-mail. It's so good that I can hardly put it down and I can easily overlook the cons!!
What i like:
-the screen is really crisp
-the touch feel is more responsive than my HTC desire
-screen size is just awesome if you do a lot of reading with your phone "emails, news"
-the phone is surprisingly lighter than it seems, one may think "this must be heavy", well it is not
-the phone is very slim, which gives it with the huge screen size some CLASSY effect
-nice htc widgets available, specially email and news widgets, can't live without these two
-htc new sence feature like locating your phone, locking it .. etc, really nice, but i disabled them thinking this might affect battery life
- rom space is just awesome, no need for app-to-sd to keep all ur market installed appz available.
- better multitouch experience than the former htc desire
what i hate:
- the battery life .. are you kidding me?! 1230mah on such a screen is just too funny for anyone who is heavily using his phone, switching to 2G only network is a must if your daily talk time exceeds 20 minutes to be able to pass the day with one charge.
- mobility, can't fit it into my pocket, used to fit its elder, tinier brother the HTC desire with ease, even with the extended battery
- htc must do something about their package ease of opening
- htc must change the phone access ways, never been so afraid opening a phone before, feels like it is gonna break a plastic pin all way through.
- no space for respectable extended batteries, which is what this phone REALLY needs.Read more ›
I bought this for the bigger screen,the 8 mp camera and Gps map availability without internet.What a difference to the nexus.
Its just not only the screen size, but the response to touch is much better as well.
The HTC sense makes a big difference over the stock android that nexus has to offer.Small things like news app,facebook app,email app also make life easier.
Over time I have used the Sony X 10, HTC desire ,iphone. This wins by a big margin.Definitely a buy if you are looking for an unlocked Android smartphone.
It all starts with the box. The thing is ridiculously difficult to open. I am a bit of a fanatic about keeping original packaging, and it was quite difficult to open the box without tearing the one vertical wall to get it to slide out. Once you have it out though, the first two impressions are (almost simultaneously) "Wow, it's big" and "Wow, it's heavy". You're in no danger of building Mr. Universe muscles hefting it around but it is pretty heavy. Must be that amazing screen.
On first holding it, the first "little thing" got me. The camera. Its lens housing sticks out a fair bit. I am not an electronics expert and perhaps there is a good reason it does protrude as much as it does but it "feels" wrong. It makes me nervous to put the camera down on a flat surface. Most likely I am just being over-cautious but it's an expensive device. The second "little thing" was opening the thing to get rid of the protective plastic sleeve around the battery, and insert the SIM card. The battery clips felt very flimsy and you have to exert a fair amount of force to get it out. I see more than one purchase of battery covers in HTC's future. Opening the SIM and SD card slot is also a bit odd. You have to hold the phone upside down and press backwards with both thumbs. Lots of fingerprints on the screen after that (but its a touch-screen phone so fingerprints are inevitable).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this phone is so great ,I used it on the trip I made not too long ago; I LOVE IT.Published 11 months ago by Roland Smith
Despise it about as much as my hubbys ex wife! Go to take a picture and it'll restart itself ,lag time is unbelievably slow and battery time is horrible, dead in 2 hours ! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amber miller
i gave it three star cos ive not used it but is in good shape when i tried itPublished 14 months ago by blessedabena
Since this the HTC Desire HD A9191 is the closest model to the HTC Inspire 4G, I decided to write my review of it here. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Wayne Dworsky