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The  improved camera module may give a good impression that the Touch HD is a vastly different smartphone experience to HTC's previously released Touch Diamond, these phone's are not significantly different under the hood. Both phones run Windows Mobile  and feature a nearly identical suite of applications including Pocket Office supporting MS Office documents.

The Touch HD also makes use of the same excellent Opera Mini web browser that we saw in the Diamond. While this browser may not feature the multi-touch "pinch and pull" zoom navigation of the iPhone's Safari browser, it has a decent alternative and renders full-sized web pages extremely well.

Like all smartphones in this segment, the Touch HD includes HSDPA technology for fast web browsing, Wi-Fi for accessing local networks and a built-in GPS receiver. When its released exclusively with Telstra we won't see any dedicated nav-software installed; however, Telstra has confirmed that its WhereIs Navigator client will be available to download to the Touch HD in March.

Design: Considering the announcement of the Palm Pre and the leaked images of the HTC road map, 2009 looks like the year everyone tries to out-play Apple with iPhone look-alikes. Last year, we saw touchscreens from Samsung, HTC and LG try to vary the formula, but with limited success compared to the front-runner.

This company is trying to make his products as good as they can.

HTC has reconsidered its approach and the Touch HD is a fiting start to the year, it's shaped like an iPhone, but bigger.

Its 3.8-inch display is the biggest in this field and its WVGA(480x800) resolution is amongst the sharpest. Together these aspects add to make HTC's fantastic Touch flo 3D interface look its best. With a screen this large and clear even some of the smallest areas of the interface are now finger-friendly. It contains a good interface that is user friendly. HTC includes a stylishing with the handset, sheathed on the bottom right of the phone.

Performence: This is certainly true when comparing the Touch HD to its predecessor. Supporting the huge screen is a 528MHz qualcomm processor and 288MB RAM, a significant increase in memory from the Diamond, and this results in the best performance we've seen for TouchFlo 3D to date.

It has a good battery with long battery life time.  Putting a 900mAh battery. HTC rates the battery life at a Whopping seven hours of talk-time.

As a media player, the Touch HD passes with flying colours, but still lacks the intuitive interface of the iPhone. YouTube videos look great and music sounds great.

Its 5-megapixel camera also falls just short of the mark. Its interface is exactly as the iPhone's should be, with access to changing the white balance and image size, etc. There is lack of natural colors in camera that effect the picture taken by this camera.

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