HTC has added two more smartphones to its Android stable, the Desire HD and Desire Z.
Desire HD is a multimedia centric device with a large 4.3in display that's great for watching videos and surfing the Web.
It also has virtual surround sound to complete the experience.
The phone, which has a sleek exterior crafted from a solid piece of aluminium, has a 8-megapixel autofocus camera with dual-LED flash. The camera can also record 720p high-definition video.
The Desire Z has a 3.7in touchscreen and a slide-out Qwerty keyboard.
The keyboard has dedicated shortcut keys for quick access to common functions. Plus, it has a trackpad for easy navigation.
The phone has 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, and also records 720p HD videos.
Both phones will run on Android 2.2 (Froyo) with the new HTC Sense interface.
They also come with Locations navigation app that works with the built-in GPS and digital compass.
The compass will automatically orientate the map in the direction you are facing which will make it easier to get your bearings.
Also, Locations comes with preloaded maps so users won't incur additional data charges when using the phone to navigate.
You can even answer calls while using Locations as it will continue to guide you while you are on a call.