It’s hard to find a smartphone that’s better than the Motorola Atrix and the Samsung Galaxy S II in these MWC 2011 days, but HTC Desire S is a pretty decent alternative. The handset was recently showcased to our editor in Barcelona, the result being the 80 second video below, showing the device’s features.
The follow-up to the highly successful HTC Desire comes with an aluminium case, that makes the product elegant and compact, while leaving out the useless plastic elements. There’s also a 5 megapixel camera at the back with LED flash and support for 720p 30 fps video capture. Under the case of this Android 2.3 Gingerbread device you’ll find a Scorpion 1GHz CPU, that’s aided by an Adreno 205 GPU.
HTC Sense is also coupled with Gingerbread and if you want more specs for this baby, know that the beautiful display you’re looking at right now is a S-LCD with a 3.7 inch diagonal. 1.1GB of ROM and 768MB RAM complete the list. Would you pick this over any new Xperia or Samsung model?