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HTC Desire Z

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Today I

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Android 2.2.1 with HTC Sense (I updated thinking I would not need to root until a few months) is amazing. Great experience with great features. Pretty fast as well for a 800 MHz While on the subject, any dualcore phone right now is a gimmick seeing as the Android provided on phones, the kernel does not support dual core so you will see little to no improvement. The speed boost with Ice Cream Sandwich for dual core phone will be huge though.

Im fairly sure this is untrue, the Android kernel does currently make use of the dual core processors and they are certainly not "gimmicks". Don't quote me on this though, it is just what i have been told and read elsewhere.

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Im fairly sure this is untrue, the Android kernel does currently make use of the dual core processors and they are certainly not "gimmicks". Don't quote me on this though, it is just what i have been told and read elsewhere.

3.0/3.1 Honeycomb

3.01 latest release.

Based on Linux kernel 2.6.36

On 22 February 2011 the 3.0 (Honeycomb) SDK was released for tablets. This is a tablet-only release of Android. The first device featuring this version, the Motorola Xoom tablet, was released on February 24, 2011.

Changes include:

Optimized tablet support with a new virtual and

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Good review, but MOAR pics!

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I have no idea why they use that "flat" USB connector

Micro-usb is the standard connector nowadays.

The main purpose is that whenever you switch phones, you won't have to dispose of your previous charger.

Something about the environment. :)

The hinge

This is a heated debate all over the place. Users complaining their hinge is loose and the keyboard just falls out.

What I can confirm is that most users are missing a brain: The keyboard is perfectly fine and natural. The keyboard doesn

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Good review, but MOAR pics!

Ill try but my digital camera is crappy so dont expect anything great :)

Micro-usb is the standard connector nowadays.

The main purpose is that whenever you switch phones, you won't have to dispose of your previous charger.

Something about the environment. :)

True. I forgot about that being the Micro-USB plug. Ill update it.

wait a couple of months, and I dare you to say that again... I have my Desire Z for maybe 3 months, and the hinge is already much less powerful.

Ive had it for a week and I already notice it less powerful but in no moment does it just "fall" like some users say from day 1.

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Cant say i like the look of that phone

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Updated with pictures :)

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Nice review. Congratulations!

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Cant say i like the look of that phone

I believe I misunderstood you but

Do you like the look of the phone

or

Do you NOT like the look of the phone

?

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I believe I misunderstood you but

Do you like the look of the phone

or

Do you NOT like the look of the phone

?

He does not like the look of the phone.

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He does not like the look of the phone.

While it is true that this model comes only in one theme, I guess you cant please them all :)

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