HTC Desire Z on Bell Speed Test and Hardware Videos

One of the latest Android devices from the HTC Camp has hit Bell over in Canada, the Android 2.2 Froyo packing HTC Desire Z smartphone, and today we have a couple of review videos for your viewing pleasure which can be viewed below.

The two videos come our way courtesy of Ian Hardy over at Mobile Syrup with the first video covering the HTC Desire Hardware and lasting almost three and a half minutes, and the second video is a speed test which lasts almost two minutes.

Ian say that probably the most talked about feature of the HTC Desire Z is the “pop hinge” which reveals the QWERTY keyboard and in the hardware review video he does take that hinge to task to make sure it can stand up.

So rather than me babble on about what happens in the videos I’ll stop there and just let you check out both videos to find out for yourself…mash those play buttons and enjoy.

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4 thoughts on “HTC Desire Z on Bell Speed Test and Hardware Videos”

  1. Reply
    HTC-Z says:

    Hey my friend….thank you too for making that thing that all want to do with that phone and no one does… LOL
    If you use that phone like that….i think 1mounth will be great for phone life…
    However i really want to thank you and will wait for another videos from you.
    BYE.

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    VancouverBC says:

    I have had this phone for 4 days now and it has been replaced 3 times for the same reason: calls coming in go straight to voice mail without a ring(sometimes), cannot make outgoing calls(more often), sudden unexpected shutdown/reboots(twice). Thinking that its time for a Bell firmware upgrade. Why? because I like all the things it CAN do. This is an excellent device, when it works….

  3. Reply
    rexton270 says:

    hi guys,
    after reading all "issues" my advice is : as soon as you get your phone install generic stock ROM. All issues will be gone as most of them is caused by modified operator ROM. it may void warranty, but in case of something wrong, just flash back the ROM which comes with phone when purchased. I do this first thing when getting phone (currently have Desire HD and Z).

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