If you`ve seen the Google Nexus One, you`ve seen the HTC Desire. End of story. We liked the Nexus One so be our guest, HTC Desire. But is it all that simple? HTC are so good they build phones for the competition. HTC are so mean they have no issues competing with their own clients. And is it us or are the clients ultimately left with a rather disturbing question: do HTC work for us or do we work for them? Go ask Sony Ericsson and Google. It doesn...
Verdict: The Google Nexus One was given the grace of a market head start but itÂ’s no longer standing lonely at the top. And even if it looks like a brotherly reunion, the HTC Desire is in fact a formidable rival. ThatÂ’s between HTC and Google though. ...
Overall User Rating (4 Out of 5 based on 186 ratings)
Overall: Been using this mobile for almost an year now and feeling cheated.
The mobile is too good as far as performance is concerned.
A breath taking camera, an above average battery life and super fast processor.
But even after releasing the mobile after mid of 2013, HTC has never taken an effort to provide a single OTA update to the handset. And now, news indicate that they are not going to bring KitKat update at all to Desire 500 when all other manufacturers are rolling 4.4 update to even their 2012 handsets.
So I would definitely advice you not to buy if you really want to have a good up-to-date android experience.