Updated on:Nov 30, 2015
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A great phone to add to your personality
Display and Configuration
Shirking away from the traditional AMOLED and IPS displays which other high end phones generally have, HTC has introduced the Super LCD2 display on its Desire 400, which HTC says, delivers much better battery usage although being a bit on the lower side in terms of pixel density. The screen size is 4.3 inches, which is ideal, neither too large nor too small in the hands of all users, and features a 800 x 480 pixel resolution with 16 million color display.
Beneath the screen, it is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor augmented by 1GB of RAM which ensures that multiple apps can run without any hiccups. AndroidÂs Jelly Bean OS is used in this device with HTCÂs self Sense UI on top featuring BlinkFeed.
Camera and Storage
The device packs in a 5MP primary camera with features like auto focus, geo tagging, face detection and an LED flash. The lack of a secondary camera is striking and will be missed by many users as dual 3G connectivity is provided but without a secondary cam, there can be no video calling. The primary camera also records videos at 720p.
With regard to storage, the phone has an inbuilt memory of 4GB, but it can be expanded to 32GB via a microSD bay, and one good thing about it is that you can save apps directly on the memory card without having to do so on the phone.
Connectivity and Battery
The HTC Desire 400 is a mid ranged smartphone with a great Sense user interface and a strong set of features. Packed in a stylish body, this phone will is a perfect fit if a front camera is not in your list of requirements.