Conclusion: The HTC Explorer is a little on the chunky side, but solidly built. It's quite small and not best suited to web browsing or text entry, and its camera isn't great. Still, it is attractively priced, and younger users or those who don't need to push their smartphones hard might find it appealing.
Summary: WOW, here we are at the end of another review. Hard to believe really as the time really has flown by. Overall my time with the HTC Explorer has been quite a pleasant one although I wasn’t blown away by the sheer quality of the phone. I was however impressed with what HTC have managed to fit into such a small package, as I believe it is worth a commendation.
Excerpt: Android is a mobile OS that clearly appeals to geeks. And its appeal to those who like flexible, powerful phones that have a great selection of games and apps is clear too. But where does that leave the person on the street? The normal Joe, the man or woman who just wants a phone for phone calls and text messages?
Pros: Cheap, small, clear calls, great for occasional users, good battery life
Cons: Screen is a little too small, screen looks bad with moving content
Excerpt: Equipped with the latest version of the Sense 3.5 UI , you can expect a pretty good response from this phone. The lightest touch will produce results, but with a slight amount of lag. However, it is acceptable for a budget Android. One minor annoyance is that if you try to pull out a drawer of the widget on the home screen, the whole app starts.
Pros: Intuitive interface; Cute looks; Reasonably affordable; Nice battery life.
Cons: Icons are a bit small; No Gorilla Glass; Screen attracts fingerprints; Weak loudspeaker; Could have done with a faster CPU; Inbuilt file manager missing.
Summary: 1900 гривен — сумма, обладая которой вполне можно выбирать между различными Android-смартфонами. Практически каждый производитель предлагает интересные аппараты, относящиеся к бюджетной ценовой категории.