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The battery itself is a 1,400m Ah pack, just like the Nexus One.
Ports include micro USB on the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone/headset socket on the top, and in the box there’s a set of wired headphones with call/music control buttons.
The HTC Sense UI is also in full force here, and while we could witter on about the social networking integration in the contacts menu or the improved camera UI, we just care about the fact we can pinch the home screen in to view all our open widgets in one glance (called Leap view).
Even with all seven panes stuffed full of widgets, shortcuts and the rest, the Desire’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor never feels stressed.
In fact, the homescreen whips from side to side with no delay, Live View is instantaneous and we noticed all of the data-heavy widgets seemed to update a little quicker than on previous handsets.
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The days when the T-Mobile G1 was the big cheese in the Android world are happily gone.
When you first boot up the Desire, HTC ask for Facebook, Twitter and Flickr login details (as well as any POP, IMAP or Exchange email credentials you may want to use), and then the phone pulls in the latest updates together with contacts and calendar entries.