HTC, the world's No. 4 maker of smartphones, turned up the heat on Google on Tuesday when it unveiled a new handset with many of the same features as the Internet giant's Nexus One but with a potentially lower price tag and wider distribution.
The Android-based phone, called Desire, was part of a line-up of three phones that HTC unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the wireless telecoms industry's largest annual gathering.
Its most striking feature is a 3.7-inch screen that is brighter and crisper than that of even the best PCs thanks to a display technology called AMOLED, or Active-matrix OLED, which doesn't require a back light to shine through the screen.
Msg#: 4081256 posted 4:19 pm on Mar 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
Can't HTC be original why does it always has to steal ideas , apps, and smartphone models from other companies
Who exactly built the Nexus one? and did it not share a lot of its hardware with previous HTC models? On the Nexus one Google did do some refinements to the UI, but if was essentially another HTC Android phone.