Summary: The HTC Desire 600 is a middle/average end HTC phone. It offers advantages in the performance, camera and sound quality, nevertheless, it still carries the same disadvantage in the Desire 200, which is the low internal memory. Another issue is the weight of the phone.
Pros: High performance, High sound quality, High image quality, Dual SIM
Conclusion: In the Desire 600 dual sim, HTC has whipped up a new product based on the well proven old recipe - mix some good design with key brand features, and be frugal with the rest. They didn't forget some common sense commodities either such as the removable battery and the microSD card slot. Not in the best financial shape possible lately, HTC doesn't have a big margin of error.
Pros: GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2, HSDPA 900 / 2100 SIM 1, 4.5" 540 x 960 pixel Super LCD2 capacitive touchscreen with 245ppi, Android OS v4.1.2 Jelly Bean with Sense UI 5.0, Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset: quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A5, 1 GB RAM, Adreno 203 GPU, 8 MP autofocus camera with 1/3.2'' sensor size, 2Âµm pixel size; LED flash, 720p video recording @ 30fps with HDR mode and stereo audio, slow-mo 720p@60fps video,, 1.6MP front-facing camera, 720p video reco...
Cons: Relatively slow chipset, Disappointing stills and video, no Full HD video recording, Poor video codec support out of the box, No 3G support on the secondary SIM card
Summary: It doesn’t seem like HTC has learnt from their past mistakes with the Desire SV . The Desire 600 is priced at an absurd Rs 26,990 which pits it against the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini , Sony Xperia ZR and the LG Nexus 4 – all of which make a better buy. The Desire series has lost its charm from the glory days of the original, followed by the Desire S.
Conclusion: At a price north of $425 off contract, the HTC Desire 600 is not cheap. It’s more of an upper mid-ranger, facing ferocious Android competition. The 4.3-inch dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini comes to mind as a better overall alternative or if you want a bigger display, the Samsung Galaxy Grand can offer that. The Acer Liquid E2 is another great option that might not look as good, but features a powerful quad-core chip and a better camera at a lower price.
Pros: Bright, vivid 4.5” display, Rich stereo sound speakers, Dual SIM, Dual Active means both SIM cards can be simultaneously active
Cons: Slightly below average camera capturing dull yellowish images, A slight but consistent lag, feels underpowered
Summary: HTC Desire 600 Dual SIM is an affordable Quad Core Smartphone. This device offers impressive design and certain features which are similar to HTC One. I got this phone directly after using HTC One. After using this for a couple of weeks, I liked the phone for its camera quality, multimedia and multi-tasking. It does not lag or freeze if you are using multiple applications on the same phone.
Pros: Good hardware config., Impressive design., Decent Battery life.
Summary: Here is an analysis of the looks and performance of HTC Desire 600, which faces tough competition from the likes of Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. HTC has a certain knack of doing things just the right way, especially when it comes to unibody design based handsets. First it created a unibody marvel called HTC One; then its HTC 8X is another fine example of this design feature.
Pros: Looks, Build quality, Speedy operation, Lightweight, Camera
Summary: HTC Desire 600 is one of the latest additions to the HTC smart phones after the release of their flagship phone the HTC One. The HTC Desire has the latest HTC Sense UI v4.0. HTC Desire 600 is pretty awesome given the specifications not just on paper but also in practice. HTC Desire 600 takes many of its built success from the previous range of HTC Desire phone series with the amazing matte finish.
Summary: Taiwanese giant HTC has lately been trying its best to compete with other smartphone manufacturers and the company went on to launch the HTC One which recieved some rave reviews from almost everyone including us. But the One being the flagship device and carrying a hefty price tag, the company revamped its Desire range of smartphones for the budget and the mid-range devices.
Conclusion: The Desire 600 is a solidly built handset with pleasant design. With a 4.5” screen, the phone fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. The music output is impressive as well. On the flipside, it feels slightly underpowered compared to the similarly priced GALAXY S III and Nexus 4. The camera is a let-down too. For Rs 25,500, it's definitely over-priced for what it offers.
Pros: Trendy design; Impressive sound quality; Very good display; Minimalistic interface.
Summary: T he original HTC Desire , when it came out back in 2010, was a phenomenal device and many, this editor included, fell to its charms. Bearing close resemblance to the HTC-manufactured Nexus One, the Desire was one of the first devices to boast an AMOLED display and enjoyed enviable support from third party developers.