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HTC Announces the Desire Z and the Desire HD, Both With Android 2.2 and the New Sense UI

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Today, HTC has announced two Android smartphones set for a release in Europe / Asia - and maybe even Canada if we're lucky enough. The first one is the T-Mobile G2 variant for people who don't live in the US, the Desire Z. The HTC Desire Z packs the exact same spec sheet as the G2, so you'll find the new Qualcomm 800MHz CPU, HSPA+ connectivity, and Android 2.2. The difference between the G2 and the Desire Z is that this smartphone clearly sports the Sense UI while the G2 does not. This will be available in Europe / Asia sometime in October and will also be hitting North America (Canada?) sometime later in 2010.

The other smartphone that the company has announced is the Desire HD which also comes with Android 2.2 along with the Sense UI. Specs include a 4.3-inch LCD display, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, an 8MP camera with a dual-LED flash and 720p HD video recording, HSPA+ connectivity, WiFi 802.11n support, and Dolby Mobile. This is basically the EVO for Europe / Asia and maybe even Canada if we're lucky. It'll be hitting Europe / Asia sometime in October as well.

HTC Announces the Desire Z: Engadget
HTC Announces the Desire HD: Engadget


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