The HTC Desire finally makes its long-awaited American debut today through U.S. Cellular. The carrier has been promising to bring the smartphone to its network for a few months as it plans to bolster its Android offerings. The Desire runs Android 2.1 and has a 3.7-inch Super LCD, a 5-megapixel camera, and the ever-popular 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The phone costs $199.95 with a two-year service agreement and a $70 mail-in-rebate.
The Desire marks the second of five Android phones U.S. Cellular promised to release in 2010, following the exclusive release of the Samsung Acclaim. October will see the launch of its Samsung Galaxy S class phone while two LG handsets will follow shortly after.