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Updated on:Sep 05, 2015
Release Date: Jun 04, 2012
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When buying a smartphone on a budget, compromises often need to be made, usually with screen size, and quality, overall horsepower. ButÂ sadly, too often the user experience also suffers. However much you're spending on an Android phone, no-one wants to come away with a device running year-old software or a clunky manufacturer skin. Enter HTC -- we've all seen the One series, the mammoth One X, the superb middle ground in the One S, and the ent...
Pros: Android 4.0 and the same Sense 4.0 you get from its bigger brothers. The annoying 3-dots menu bar from the One series has gone too making for a much more pleasurable experience all round. Surprisingly capable for a low end device. Same Beats Aud
Cons: A phone this small really isn't for everyone. No-auto focus on the camera, pictures and video really aren't that good.
Verdict: Probably the best entry-level Android phone you can buy today. The Desire C is cheap on price, but not on features. OK, the screen isn't a patch on the One series phones, and the camera is pretty awful, but ignoring that, the Desire C is inc...
The HTC Desire C may be the end of an era for low-end handsets from the Taiwanese firm, as it has recently come out and said that it`s not doing "cheap, cheap phones" anymore. Perhaps slightly confusingly named for those who are aware of HTC`s back catalogue of handsets, the Desire C actually usurps the Wildfire S at the bottom of range – instead of filling the higher-end remit of the Desire handsets of old. As the Desire C does prop up the...
Pros: Attractive design, ICS & Sense 4.0, Beats Audio, Easy to use,
Cons: Slow and sluggish, screen unresponsive at times, poor account integration,
Verdict: A step up from the handsets it`s replacing the HTC Desire C is a decent budget-handset, although you may want to look elsewhere if you want more bang for your buck....
But just because you're on a budget, you shouldn't have to live without the latest version of Google's Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich. Or so says HTC, which has introduced that most rare of creatures -- a budget 'droid that doesn't taste of Gingerbread. The ICS-flavoured HTC Desire C can be pocketed free on two-year contracts starting at around Â£13 a month, or it'll set you back from Â£130 on pay as you go or circa Â£185 SIM ...
Pros: Ice Cream Sandwich,HTC Sense 4.0,MicroSD card slot,
Cons: Weak processor,Small low-res screen,Call volume is quite quiet,
The HTC Desire C is positioned at the lowest end of the companyâ€™s 2012 series of Android phones, and curiously picks up itâ€™s name from the Desire family of former-flagship-smartphones. The original HTC Desire launched back in 2010 and was a pretty note-worthy phone at the time, succeeded by the HTC Desire HD later that year. Which is why itâ€™s interesting to see the Taiwanese company bring the â€™Desireâ€™ branding t...
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