Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Jul 26, 2016
Release Date: Oct 08, 2012
A Desirable phone with X-Factor
HTC Desire X sports a crisp 4-inch, 480*800 pixels, Capacitive Touchscreen running on Android 4.0.4 (Ice cream sandwich) OS. The smartphone is powered by a 1GHz Dual core processor supported by 768MB RAM.
HTC Desire X packs a 5MP Rear Camera with LED flash, Autofocus and Geo-tagging features. It has internal memory of 4GB that is expandable upto 32GB via Micro SD Card. It will make its user tap their feet on the tunes of its uncompromised Beats Audio Music Feature.
A phone looks as good as it sounds. Elegant design and inbuilt 3G functionality powered by HTC Sense UI. HTC Desire X is a great value for money device. Highly recommended if you are looking for a powerful smartphone at an affordable price.
Htc Desire X - White
4-6 Working Days
Rs. 13,700 Flat Rs. 700 OFF
Flat Rs.700 Off
HTC Desire X Proto GSM Mobile Phone (White)
Out Of Stock1-7 Working Days
HTC Desire X T328e
Out Of Stock1-4 Working Days
You may have been mistaken for thinking that there wasn`t really a gap between the HTC One V and the HTC Desire C, but you`d be wrong, as the HTC Desire X forces its way between the two handsets. On paper there`s very little to separate the Desire X from the One V, as this new smartphone appears to be an almost carbon copy of its One series brother. You can pick up the Desire X for around £215 SIM-free, while it`s also available for free on...
Pros: Low price, Vivid screen, Compact design,
Cons: Average specs, Lower RAM, Cut down HTC Sense, Flimsy back cover,
Verdict: An interesting take on the Desire range that could thrive at a lower price point....
Overall User Rating (4.4 Out of 5 based on 406 ratings)
Overall: first thing first - S advance is discontinued. The stock that you are seeing on online retailers is all result of extra stocking. Go to any Samsung shop and you will get the real picture.
2- There is something called build quality and looks. Handle S - advance and Desire device side by side and you will get to know the difference.
3- Nothing beats HTC sense, least of all Samsung's touch wiz.