Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Aug 28, 2015
Release Date: Sep 30, 2013
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Mid segment HTC Smartphone
HTC Desire 500 sports a 4.3 inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 420 pixels. Though the screen lacks a certain vividness and colour vibrancy, it fits in the palm very well and is apt for performing one hand operations.
Processor and OS
This smartphone relies on a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 200 Quad Core processor with a 1GB RAM to enable rapid and smooth switching between simultaneous tasks. Dealing with platform dependency, this device will run on Android Jelly Bean OS.
Camera and Storage
This handset features a 8.0MP autofocus BSI rear camera and a 1.6MP front camera. The rear camera supports 720p video recording. From storage point of view, this device is packed up with a 4GB internal memory which can further be expanded upto 64GB using an external micro SD card.
Connectivity and Battery
HTC is storming the mobile market with a flood of devices. This device coming from the Desire series is brilliant in its configuration and will achieve a high degree of appreciation from the customers. Loaded with the premium end feature such as Blink Feed service and Beats Audio this device will eventually add another feather in the cap of Desire series. Be it a music lover, an application lover or a regular user, this device will surely fulfill all your expectations. Rumoured to be a mid segment smartphone, this device will certainly pull the younger customers.
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HTC indicated it wants to go down market with its Android phones, risking to be crowded out of the exploding mid- and entry-level segments otherwise, and phones like the Desire 500 are a good indication of its strategy. The handset sports a youthful, catchy design, with internals that are a mixed bag of midrange to low-end components, all for a decent price. Will the Desire 500 succeed in its market-expansion mission the way it is built? Read on ...
The HTC Desire 500 is HTC`s new mid-range phone, available for around Â£200 SIM-free, Â£180 on pre-pay and from Â£17 or so a month on contract. It has a 4-inch screen, a decent overall spec and a design that far exceeds what we`re used to at this price. On paper it`s a very promising phone, though like most mid-range phones it now has the formidable Nexus 5 to contend with, which - although Â£100 more - is a tempting alternative given it`...
Pros: Nice, classy design, Bright and clear screen, Decent general performance,
Cons: Camera slightly inconsistent, Battery life a little weak, Mediocre built-in speaker,
Also giving it dual-SIM capability, HTC takes on the likes of Micromax, Karbonn and Lava (and even Sony) with the Desire 500, luring price sensitive users who want to use two connections on their smartphones. Build/ DesignCutting the crowd of 5-inch plus phablets, the HTC Desire 500 is a rather compact smartphone featuring a 4.3-inch display. The phone fits easily in one's hands and pockets, and is light in weight. It's made of good quality plast...
The HTC Desire 500 is a relatively inexpensive mid-range phone aimed at the type of buyer who wants something solid, but not necessarily cutting edge. We’re seeing many phones of a similar ilk these days, whether they’re scaled down versions of flagship models or they’re aggressively discounted higher-end phones like the Motorola Moto G. Given that HTC already has dipped its own toe in the mid-range waters with the l...
Pros: Great design Smart, stylish interface Beats Audio response
Cons: Poor battery life Average camera Low internal storage
Verdict: : We Desire to buy something else So, should you buy an HTC Desire 500? If you’re of the TL;DR persuasion and we’ve just caught you at the end of this review, you’re probably going to want to know if it’s as good as other...