The Apple iPhone 4 is undoubtedly the most popular Smartphone currently available. With reports of sold out stores, long lines of eager customers on launch day and high demand to this day all over the world, the popularity this handset is certainly well deserved.
But what makes the Apple iPhone 4 such an appealing handset?
There are loads of features on this phone which improve upon previous models of the series. Just about every aspect of its specifications have not just been redesigned, but completely overhauled resulting in an entirely new handset rather than just an improvement on the iPhone 3GS.
One of the first things users will notice is how different the Apple iPhone 4 looks compared to its predecessors. At just 9.3 mm thick, it is one of the slimmest phones around. Its corners remain rounded yet give a slightly more angular appearance to the previous models. A completely overhauled design aesthetic sees the introduction manufacturing process whereby a handset is manufactured from metal and strengthened glass giving it a glossy yet durable look.
From a 5MP camera to Wi-Fi internet access, the HTC HD Mini is a smartphone which ticks all the boxes in terms of both functionality and aesthetics. Despite its impressive spec list, the phone is a compact handset which further adds to its appeal.
The HTC HD Mini provides an aesthetically pleasing alternative, in a black finish and coated on the same soft touch material as several other HTC models. The handset itself measures just 103.8x 57.7x 11.7mm making it pocket friendly especially given its light weight of 110 grams.
In order to navigate the HTC Sense UI, a generous 3.2 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen is provided which utilises a pixel layout of 320x 480 pixels, which when coupled with its ability to display up to 65K colours, makes for excellent quality viewing of photos and video footage. The HTC Sense user interface is highly customisable, and allows homescreens to be equipped with apps and widget of the user’s choosing. The screen also features an accelerometer sensor. This works by sensing the orientation of the phone and automatically rotates the on screen content so it can be viewed in both portrait and landscape forms. This makes it perfect for viewing photos and full screen video footage.