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HTC Desire Z Unboxing

on November 17, 2010 – 5:58 pm4 Comments

When Taiwanese handset maker HTC launched the Desire Z and Desire HD back in September we had sets our eyes on the Desire Z which comes with Android 2.2 goodness and a full QWERTY keyboard which is such a rare affair with Android phones.  We still love the first Android phone – T-Mobile G1 and the Desire Z is also known as the G2 or the true successor to the G1. The Desire Z landed in the FoneArena HQ and we unbox it for you on video below

This is a UK Retail version and comes in a pretty small package along with a 8GB microSD card inside.You get a pair of pretty earphones,  a fancy AC plug and a USB cable. The handset also comes with the new HTCSense.com feature which lets you remotely manage your device. Expect a review of this beauty soon on FoneArena.

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  • http://www.gibni.com/ Amir

    I’ve recently migrated to HTC, from Nokia’s world. I like the designs very much. The Desire Z is quite nice, but I find it too thick for HTC! I’ve bought an HTC HD2 last month, and I love the thin, classy black design.
    Nice video! Keep up;)

  • http://www.techgoggles.in TechG

    Can u you use all the features of the HTCSense.com in india on the phone…. i checked the website and it did have the option to chose india…. also can u please post the benchmark test with it in comparison with the motorola milestone and htc desire with android 2.2…. thanks

  • http://www.buytheprice.com/blog/ Sid

    Wow. Amazing video. HTC smartphones are really awesome.

  • http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/Phones/cell-phone-detail.aspx?cell-phone=HTC-HD7 Windows Phone HTC HD 7

    Recently more people pay attention to HTC. I like the performance and the Android system very much.