HTC Corporation, one of the top global designers of smartphones, unveiled today a new HTC Sense experience with its new HTC Desire HDTM and HTC Desire ZTM Android-based smartphones.
“We’re excited to be taking the HTC Sense experience beyond the phone to a whole new level with a series of connected HTC services we call HTCSense.com,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “Our customers will value the holistic approach we’re taking to enhance their mobile experience. This customer-first philosophy has resonated with people buying HTC phones and this drives us to continue introducing new innovative smartphones like the HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z.”
“As a key Android partner and smartphone brand, HTC continues to bring new innovation to the platform,” said Andy Rubin, VP engineering at Google. “Android is about choice and the new HTC smartphones continue to provide customers with powerful choices and flexibility.”
The two smartphone product line ups comes with a new HTC Sense experience which offers a variety of enhancements that improve how people capture, create, share and access multimedia content. The new HTCSense.com service allows people to manage their mobile phone experience directly from their HTC phone or personal computer. The service also make it easy setting up a new HTC phone or access archived mobile content such as contacts, text messages and call history from a PC browser.
Both HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z will be available through mobile operators and retailers across major European and Asian markets starting October 2010. In North America, HTC Desire Z will start shipping later this year. [Via PR]
Stay tuned for complete specs and features of these products.
HTC Desire HD Complete Specs and Features with Photos
HTC Desire Z Full Specs and Features with Photos