Summary: Absolutely everyday suitable. Fantastic smartphone features, low price - according to HTC, that perfectly describes the 4.5-inch Desire 310. The Android entry-level phone is actually available for an affordable 140 Euros (~$191).
Pros: Very low price, 4.5-inch screen, High-quality build, UMTS speed up to 21.1 Mbps, Long battery runtimes, Removable battery, Expandable storage via micro-SD card, Good gaming performance, Low operating temperature, The good build of HTC's Desire 310, and its long-lasting battery. Also, the smartpho...
Cons: Only Android 4.2, Only 1.8 GB of storage available, Screen resolution of only 854 x 480 pixels, Below average screen brightness, Middling camera modules, A better camera module because HTC hasn't done itself or the buyer any favors with the installed lenses. The internal storage could also be big...
Conclusion: For about $136, the HTC Desire 310 is one of the decent budget smartphones out there. But when you compare it with other budget smartphones like the Moto G – it isn’t quite at par in terms of performance.
Pros: + Affordable price,
+ Fast performance for its specification,
+ Decent screen quality
Cons: - Average camera quality,
- Poor battery life
Summary: Technology journalists and industry analysts have spent a lot of time lately discussing how vital the newly launched One (M8) is for the struggling HTC's survival. However, the company is where it is largely because it hasn't had a strong strategy in the low-end and mid-market segments.
Pros: Good, Good music playback, Addition of Blinkfeed is a nice touch
Summary: HTC Desire 310 is a 4.5 inch Android device powered by quad core processor and 512MB RAM. It is equipped with dual cameras. The device is priced for Rs.9610 in India. It is priced for $220 in the US. HTC Desire 310 Display
Pros: Good processing power, Good battery support, Budget phone
Cons: Average display resolution, Lack of LED flash, No KitKat OS
HTC Desire 310 Review: This Budget Handset Is Mediocre At Best
10 June 2014
Conclusion: The Desirer 310 looks better than most Android handsets available in its price range. In spite of packing in only 512 MB of RAM, its performance is decent. However, it disappoints in the display department. Plus, the camera is one of the worst in its category.
Pros: Offers neat Sense UI; Good battery life.
Cons: Mediocre screen; Fixed focus camera; Struggles with video playback.
Summary: With a street price of roughly Rs 11,500, the HTC Desire 310 dual sim is too expensive for what’s on offer. In fact, we wouldn’t even recommend it if dropped to half its price. It’s quite simply a disaster of a product which is too bad when you consider the Desire 210 and Desire 816, which actually...
Summary: Breaking the price barriers, the HTC Desire 310 has come up to accept the Moto g price challenge. But its specs though being impressive cannot bring it to that level. • BlinkFeed UI • Quad core processor • Full HD video recording • Expandable memory • Low RAM • Low internal memory • No camera flash...
Pros: BlinkFeed UI , Quad core processor , Full HD video recording , Expandable memory
Cons: Low RAM , Low internal memory , No camera flash
Summary: Für unter 200 Euro bietet das HTC Desire 310 eine ordentliche, wenn auch etwas unausgewogene Ausstattung. Es hat einen ausreichenden Prozessor, dafür aber einen kleinen, allerdings erweiterbaren internen Speicher.
Análisis del HTC Desire 310 - ¿Puede competir con el Moto G?
6 January 2015
Summary: En el One mini 2 estamos tratando con el mismo problema de siempre: por fuera, las similitudes con el hermano mayor son obvias, pero en su interior es donde se aprecian las diferencias . En este punto, el mini 2 se empareja con Samsung, HTC y LG.