HTC held a major press event over in London this morning and announced two brand new (and quite beautiful) smartphones: the Desire HD and the Desire Z.
Let's get right to it and break down the some of the few specs made public so far on both of these Android-based devices. (The version wasn't revealed yet, but it almost has to be preloaded with Froyo at this point.)
Furthermore, both handhelds will treated to the improved HTC Sense, a multimedia interface with enhanced video recording effects, HTC Locations (on-demand mapping) and the Kobo e-reader.
This is paired with HTCSense.com, set to be made public next month and allows users to manage their HTC cellphones from a computer. This includes archiving mobile content (i.e. text messages), customizing the look and feel with wallpapers and such, and also locating a missing device by flagging it on a map and having it ring loudly.
[Top image via @htc on Twitter]