Reviews and Problems with HTC Desire C / Golf / Wildfire C
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26 June 2012
Conclusion: The HTC Desire C is a fine low-end smartphone. It's compact and cute, and will certainly get the job done for most standard tasks. The price for this phone is just right. It's priced very closely to rivals such as the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray and Motorola Defy+ or Mini .
Pros: Good looks, Android 4 out-of-the-box, Beats Audio
Conclusion: The HTC Desire C is a decent little smartphone, with Ice Cream Sandwich as a special treat and a half decent camera too, but that low-powered processor means it's outshone by other low-priced Androids.
Pros: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC Sense 4.0, decent camera
Excerpt: HTC, a name primarily associated in producing high-end phones is now offering privileging the budget customers with its low-end segment phones like Wildfire, WildfireS and Tattoo. But all the phones were not able to deliver a satisfying user experience.
Summary: After the release of the One series, HTC has now turned its attention to reviving the HTC Desire series with the launch of its new Desire C. An affordable Android targeted at those who want to experience the smartphone revolution without spending a bomb, the Desire C could well be HTC’s price...
Summary: Can this small, rubber clad phone climb head and shoulders above its competition?
Pros: Attractive design, ICS & Sense 4.0, Beats Audio, Easy to use, HTC produces some lovely handsets with a real focus on design: take a look at the original Desire , or the One X , and the Desire C hasn't been overlooked, with the curved rubber chassis giving a solid, comfortable feel in hand. It's g...
Cons: Slow and sluggish, screen unresponsive at times, poor account integration, Unfortunately HTC hasn't deemed it necessary to give the Desire C a power boost, sticking with the same, sluggish processor found in its predecessors. This makes the Desire C's user experience a frustrating one, as you fin...
Conclusion: When you set the HTC Desire C down alongside rival affordable devices, it's pretty easy to see what you get. You get better design and build and you get a user interface that has some really nice refinements in Sense 4.
Pros: Good sized 3.5-inch display but in small package, latest software, great design and build
Cons: Camera lacks autofocus, battery life is poor, looks a little pricey compared to other budget models, Beats turning on and off suggests a software bug
Summary: С одной стороны, смартфон красивый. Действительно красивый - стильный, сделан из качественных материалов, так что кажется не хуже флагманов, разве что размером поменьше. С другой - откровенно слабый процессор, откровенно слабый экран, слабая камера...
Pros: Стильный дизайн, смартфон доступен в трёх цветах, Неплохой звук, Android 4.0, Фирменная оболочка Sense, Хорошее качество сборки
Cons: Sense предоставляется в урезанном виде, Откровенно слабое "железо" (аппарат работает с задержками), Слабый экран, Слабая камера