Since the availability date for HTC Desire HD is getting closer in many markets around the world, following the handset's release on shelves in select countries, Android enthusiasts might want to learn some more info on the new handsets, and the leaked User Guide seems the perfect place to start.
The document is no less than 226 pages long, and gets users in a journey through all aspects of the new device, including a glimpse at some hardware, such as the battery, the microSD slot or the touchscreen display, as well as a deep presentation of the handset's menus.
Inside the box, users would find the HTC Desire HD
, which comes with pre-installed Battery and microSD memory card, along with a USB cable for PC connectivity, a 3.5mm stereo headset, the Power adapter, Quick start guide, and the Safety and regulatory guide.
In case there are some who never had the chance to hold an Android-based mobile phone
from HTC, they will be able to learn all about such a device via the said user manual.
Among the sections available there, we can count Personalizing, Phone calls, People, Accounts and sync, Clock and Weather, Web browser, Maps and location, HTCSense.com, info on Facebook for HTC Sense, and more.
Among the most interesting aspects regarding the HTC Desire HD
, we can count the fact that the SIM card is placed at the bottom of the device, under a cover that offers access to the microSD card too.
However, the battery compartment is accessible on the right side of the back of the device (before turning the device on for the first time, one would have to pull the battery out and remove the thin film on it), just as seen in the shot below.
HTC Desire HD is one of the most appealing Android-based phone
that HTC pushed to the market during the ongoing year.
The same as the previously released HTC EVO 4G, the new phone comes with a large 4.3'' touchscreen display, but with a better 1GHz processor, and with a higher amount of RAM.
Moreover, it comes with a new version of the mobile phone maker's HTC Sense user interface, which has been coupled with a cloud service, accessible via HTCSense.com.
Those interested in learning more on the new handset, as well as on its capabilities, the Sense UI, or the HTCSense.com service
, should download the said user manual, available here