اچ‌تی‌سی دیزایر اچ‌دی

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اچ‌تی‌سی دیزایر اچ‌دی
HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD with Sense20.jpg
سازنده اچ‌تی‌سی
تاریخ معرفی ۱۵ اکتبر ۲۰۱۰
نمایشگر ۴٬۳ اینچ، تی‌اف‌تی، ۱۶ میلیون رنگ.
دوربین ۸ مگاپیکسل، فوکوس اتوماتیک، فلاش دوگانهٔ ال‌ای‌دی،
با قابلیت تشخیص چهره و ژئوتگینگ
سیستم‌عامل آندروید نسخهٔ ۲٬۲ (قابل‌ارتقا به نسخه ۲٬۳)
پردازنده Qualcomm MSM 8255، یک گیگاهرتز + پردازنده گرافیکی آدرنو ۲۰۵
حافظه رم ۷۶۸ مگابایت
کارت حافظه قابلیت ارتقاء تا ۳۲ گیگابایت
حافظه داخلی ۱٬۵ گیگابایت
اتصال بلوتوث نسخه ۲٬۱ + A2DP
یواس‌بی
وای-فای + DLNA
ابعاد ۱۲×۶۸×۱۲۳ میلی‌متر
وزن ۱۶۴ گرم
پخش‌کننده MP3, WAV, AAC, AAC+, 3Gpp, MP4, H.264, DivX/Xvid
سری HTC Desire
پس‌از اچ‌تی‌سی دیزایر

اچ‌تی‌سی دیزایر[توضیح ۱] اچ‌دی (به انگلیسی: HTC Desire HD) یک گوشی تلفن هوشمند است که توسط کمپانی اچ‌تی‌سی در روز ۱۵ سپتامبر ۲۰۱۰ در لندن رونمایی شد.[۱]

سخت‌افزار[ویرایش]

این گوشی دارای طرح بدنهٔ آلومینیومی به همراه قابلیت اچ‌تی‌سی سِنس است، در پشت گوشی دو درب پوشش پلاستیکی یکی برای باتری و دیگری برای ورودی سیم‌کارت و کارت حافظه است، در پشت گوشی یک دوربین ۸ مگاپیکسلی به‌همراه فلاش دوگانهٔ ال‌ای‌دی وجود دارد. در جلوی گوشی هم یک نمایشگر با رزولیشن WVGA (۸۰۰×۴۸۰ پیکسل) در اندازهٔ ۴٬۳ اینچ است. در این گوشی دارای سیستم عامل آندروید از یک پردازندهٔ ۱ گیگاهرتزی MSM8255 Scorpion استفاده شده‌است، این گوشی دارای ۷۶۸ مگابایت حافظهٔ رم و ۱٬۵ گیگابایت حافظهٔ فلاش و یک پورت کارت حافظهٔ میکرو اس‌دی با قابلیت ارتقاء تا ۳۲ گیگابیات است.[۲]

پانویس[ویرایش]

  1. دیزایر (Desire) واژه‌ای انگلیسی به معنی خواهش است.

منابع[ویرایش]

HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD with Sense20.jpg
Codename Ace
Manufacturer HTC Corporation
Availability by country UK October 19, 2010 (2010-10-19)
Predecessor HTC Desire
Successor HTC Sensation
Type Smartphone
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 123 mm (4.8 in) L
68 mm (2.7 in) W
11.8 mm (0.46 in) D[1]
Weight 164 g (5.8 oz)
Operating system Android 2.2 Froyo with HTC Sense
Upgradeable to 2.3.5 Gingerbread and HTC Sense 3.0. Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Android 4.1, 4.2, & 4.3 (Jelly Bean) are supported by unofficial 3rd-party updates.Along with numerous other versions of Sense and other software.
CPU 1 GHz Qualcomm 8255 Snapdragon[2]
GPU Adreno 205
Memory 768 MB RAM
Storage 1.5 GB flash
Removable storage up to 32 GB with microSD
Battery Li-ion 1230 mAh 3.7VDC 4.55Whr
Display 4.3 in (110 mm) 480x800 TFT S-LCD Multi-touchscreen
Rear camera 8-megapixel autofocus with dual LED flash and 720p HD video recording.
Connectivity 2G: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
3G: 900/2100 MHz
HSDPA: 14.4 Mbps
HSUPA: 5.76 Mbps
Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth: v2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate
Other FM tuner, Compass, A-GPS, DLNA support, micro-USB, 3.5 mm audio jack, and Wi-Fi tethering

The HTC Desire HD (codenamed: "HTC Ace") is an Android smartphone by HTC Corporation. It was unveiled at a press event in London hosted by HTC on September 15, 2010,[3] and was made available for sale in October in Europe and in January 2011 in Canada. The Desire was HTC's fourth flagship Android device[4] until the release of their new line of flagship model, the HTC Sensation.

Hardware

The smartphone has an aluminium unibody design with Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) and HTC Sense installed. On the back, there are two plastic covers, one contains the battery, while the other contains the SIM card and the microSDHC card. It features a 4.3-inch gorilla glass WVGA TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen, 8-megapixel camera (can record 720p video) and support for HSPA/W-CDMA and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE.[5]

It is the first phone to use the new 1 GHz MSM8255 Scorpion CPU. This second generation Snapdragon processor uses a low-power 45-nm process technology for higher integration and efficiency, and the Adreno 205 more than doubles the performance of the Adreno 200 GPU. This allows for longer talk and standby times than the original HTC Desire even with a smaller capacity battery.[6]

The HTC Desire HD has 768 MB RAM and 1.5 GB of internal flash memory data storage. There is also a single microSDHC slot, which can accept a microSDHC/XC card with a capacity of up to 32 GB of data storage.

Software

The HTC Desire HD incorporates Dolby Mobile, Sound Retrieval System WOW Surround Sound, DLNA, Adobe Flash 10.2, and DivX/Xvid video playback support, however, not many audio codecs are supported and apps have to be downloaded in order to support more formats.

At launch, HTC unveiled the updated HTC Sense features, including a new web site that allows remote interaction with HTC Sense enabled handsets for backups, security features, and other handset interactions. For example, it can remotely lock and wipe the handset of all sensitive data, while the service also creates automatic backups of contacts, text messages, call history, customizations, etc. HTCSense.com will also send commands to the handset to set the ring volume to maximum volume even if it is on silent mode and give a location on a map.

The new HTC Sense brings some enhanced multimedia abilities giving users more options to create and share content (including new photo and video effects). It also includes location-based maps, which can be pre-loaded or cached and thus delivered without download delays or incurring mobile roaming charges. Also included is a new e-book store and a dedicated e-reader with annotation, search and translation abilities. It also provides a social networking hub, known as Friendstream which allows users to monitor their Facebook, Twitter, as well as other social networks all in one page.

Also, the new HTC Sense adds a new feature, Fastboot, which improves the HTC Desire HD's startup time, from more than 40 seconds to less than 5 seconds. Technically, the phone is placed in a low-power sleep mode when powered off and wakes up when started up. Because of this fact, if the battery is removed and reinserted, the phone takes about a minute to boot.

The HTC Desire HD has received a new software update in December 2010, the Android 2.2.1 version 1.72.405.3 which brings various improvements and some bug fixes.[7] As of January 2011 the 2.2.1 v 1.72.405.3 software update was pulled due to issues with the HTC Sense overlay.[8]

During May 2011 in Western Europe, an over the air update updated unlocked, unbranded Desire HDs to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and HTC Sense 2.1. On June 12 in Australia, an over the air update was available for unbranded Desire HDs taking them to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense 2.1. On July 2011, HTC announced via Facebook that it was testing Gingerbread for branded Desire HDs and HTC released the update at the end of July. With the Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread Update, the Desire HD now has the ability to set Wi-Fi proxy settings which was not available previously with Android 2.2 Froyo and has Sense 2.1.

In September 2011 it was reported that HTC plan to update the Desire HD to Android version 2.3.5,[9] which would provide, for example, voice and video calling with Google Talk.

On December 16, 2011 in Europe, an over the air update updated unlocked, unbranded Desire HDs to Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread and HTC Sense 3.0.

On February 9, 2012, HTC announced in their Facebook page stating that Desire HDs would be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in late 2012.[10] This update was then cancelled on July 20, 2012, with HTC posting the following statement a week later to explain their position:

We’ve heard your feedback on our decision not to update the HTC Desire HD to Android 4.0. We completely understand that this is a controversial decision.

For more background, due to how storage on the HTC Desire HD is partitioned – and the larger size of Android 4.0 – it would require re-partitioning device storage and overwriting user data in order to install this update. While technically advanced users might find this solution acceptable, the majority of customers would not. We also considered ways to reduce the overall size of the software package, but this would impact features and functionality that customers are currently using. Even after installing the update, there were other technical limitations which we felt negatively impacted the user experience.

We believe an update should always improve the user experience and carefully evaluate each update based on this criteria. While we are very aware of the disappointment from this decision, we believe the impact to user experience was too great. We recognize this is a change from our previous statement and for that we’re truly sorry. [11]

As of September 2012, several community builds (ROMs) of ICS have been released for the device, such as Team Blackout's ICS Incredible (based on the official ICS build for the HTC's Incredible S),[12][13][14] AOSPx, and Ice Cold Sandwich.

As of October 2013, several community Android ROMs of Jelly Bean (versions 4.1, 4.2.2 and 4.3.1) have been released for the device, such as JellyTime[15] (compiled from CyanogenMod 10) and codefireX builds.[16]

Variants

There are multiple variants of the Desire HD in the USA. AT&T Mobility in the US has a variant of the HD called the HTC Inspire 4G, one of AT&T's first 4G HSPA+ devices. Verizon Wireless has a LTE-enabled variant, the HTC Thunderbolt, which has a slightly modified design which includes a front-facing camera.

Reception

The HTC Desire HD has received generally positive reviews from critics. CNET UK gave it a 4.5/5 and called the Desire HD the "ultimate smartphone", claiming it is "impressive and monumental".[17] SlashGear praised it as a "thinner, more pocket-friendly handset" than the HTC EVO 4G.[18] Engadget criticised some of the device's build quirks and battery life but gave the phone a score of 7/10.[19] TechRadar praised the device giving it 4.5/5 stars, describing it as "...the very latest in cool smartphone technology that actually works."[20] Gizmodo praised it as "A 720p-Shooting Android Behemoth" though they felt that it was a little too big for comfort.

Sales

In the UK, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone struggled to maintain enough stock to meet demand.[21]

Problems

The cover that is responsible for encasing the micro sd card, and sim card is very prone to damage, however does not fully crack it does slide off with ease.

See also

References

  1. ^ "HTC Desire HD Product Overview". HTC. Retrieved 29 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "HTC launches the Desire HD". Thomas Ricker. Retrieved 20 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Live from HTC's London 2010 launch event". Engadget. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  4. ^ Nield, David. "Path of the One". TechRadar. Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  5. ^ "HTC Desire Specification". HTC. Retrieved 16 September 2010. 
  6. ^ "New HTC Fast Boot Technology Already Present On Desire Z/HD Offers 5 Second Boot Times. Smarts, Trickery, Or Both?". Android Police. Retrieved 21 September 2010. 
  7. ^ "Software update for HTC Desire HD: Android 2.2.1 v 1.72.405.3". MobileSmug. Retrieved 28 December 2010. 
  8. ^ 2.2.1 Update been pulled? - HTC Desire HD
  9. ^ Android 2.3.5 for Desire HD with official Sense 3.0 update incoming - uSwitch.com
  10. ^ "Update on Android Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades". Facebook.com. Retrieved 2013-07-11. 
  11. ^ Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich Updates - HTC Blog
  12. ^ Custom ROM brings Android 4.0.4 to the Desire HD, does what HTC wouldn't
  13. ^ Desire HD Kernel Fixes Camera on Sense 4 ROMs – xda-developers
  14. ^ Desire HD Receives Ice Cream Sandwich – No Thanks to HTC – xda-developers
  15. ^ JellyBean - JELLYTIME for DHD/Inspire4g - 4.2.2 R11 Available - xda-developers
  16. ^ [ROM][AOSP OpenMaster][cfX 4.7.3-toolchain][SR19] OFFICIAL codefireX Nightlies! - xda-developers
  17. ^ "reviews.cnet.co.uk". 
  18. ^ "HTC Desire HD Hands-on". Slashgear. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  19. ^ "HTC Desire HD Review". Engadget. Retrieved 12 November 2010. 
  20. ^ "HTC Desire HD review from TechRadar UK". TechRadar. Retrieved 12 November 2010. 
  21. ^ "Networks declare HTC Desire HD stock shortage". dialtosave. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2 December 2010. 

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