HTC Desire HD and Desire Z Launched in Asia

The latest smartphones out of the HTC camp the HTC Desire HD and HTC Desire Z have now been launched across Asia according to an announcement by HTC Corporation and will become available with a range of wireless carriers.

According to an article over on Softpedia by Ionut Arghire, the HTC Desire HD and Desire Z should land with such Asian carriers as Taiwan Mobile, Far EasTone, and Chunghwa in Taiwan, CSL in Hong Kong, Vodafone in Australia and India, and Softbank in Japan, SingTel, Starhub and M1 in Singapore, Maxis in Malaysia, Korea Telecom in Korea and Mobiphone in Vietnam.

The CEO of HTC, Peter Chou has said…“The support of our customer and partners inspires us to innovate and drive the user experience to a whole new level and HTCSense.com is a great example of this. HTCSense.com, and the new HTC Sense user experience comprise a holistic approach we’re taking to enhancing the experience our customers have on our phones.”

Apparently the leading mobile phone vendor has claimed that the HTC Desire HD and Desire Z should become available in the Asian market beginning next month. Price wise the HTC Desire HD costs NTD 20,900 and the HTC Desire Z costs NTD18,900.

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