The HTC Desire is one of the most popular and succeeded smartphones of the Taiwanese company, and when HTC unveiled its successor at MWC 2011 in Barcelona, probably not many people expected the Desire S will be available soon. But according to the blog post, the third-party retailer Clove will be the first to bring this handset to its costumer in the UK earlier than it has been expected. Now we can assure the HTC Desire S would be available on stores before the end of March.
The HTC Desire S is a high-end smartphone that is designed especially for the European and Asian markets, and it was clear the device will be offered via all major carriers and outlets in the UK, but Amazon and Three were the ones announced the phone would be available on their stores. Even the launch date was mentioned – April 18, and the price was announced its price too – £420. But Clove is a step forward and brings this awesome handset this month with the price tag of £406.80 including VAT.
If you do not have decided whether to buy it or not, I could recommend you to do it, as the HTC Desire S sports many useful features like a 4.3-inch touchscreen, 1GHz Processor, 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, 1.1GB ROM, 768MB RAM, supports microSD card slot to expand memory up to 32GB and runs Android 2.3 while other gadgets hadn’t gotten Gingerbread update yet.
So if you want this smartphone pre-order it from Clove and you’ll get the first devices once the shipping begins.