Most of the handsets launched by manufacturers are usually delayed before their launch. This time the manufacturer is HTC and the handsets are the Desire Z and the Desire HD. The Desire HD is the European version of the highly popular EVO 4G. The handset features a 4.3-inch S-LCD with a newer generation Snapdragon processor running at 1GHz and an Adreno 205 graphics core.
The Desire Z is powered by the same Snapdragon processor, but running at 800 MHz. The handset packs in a 3.7-inch S-LCD and a pop-out’ QWERTY keyboard. Even the original Desire from HTC had failed this test before being approved. Many people over at XDA-Developer forums and according to the leaked image (on your right) state that the reason for delay is that both the devices have failed Google’s Type Approval testing.
The launch of both the handsets has now been delayed until the end of October.