Summary: Bought this phone for its size but it really is the worst phone I have EVER owned (and that includes other smartphones as well as old 2G and even 1G phones). It's extremely slow, it's next to unusuable for basic things like Facebook, Twitter or Whatsapp.
Summary: Got the phone. Seemed great then one day stopped working. I emailed the company and returned it to them, they kept it for weeks and said it was the battery but at the same time said it worked fine charging in the PC.....makes no sense.
Conclusion: HTC explorer is a well built and functional device at an impressive price of around 6000 inr. It has the older gingerbread version of android which might disappoint some of the buyers if they plan to invest on the phone now.
Summary: Far from the grandest handset on the market, the hardwearing HTC Explorer is a strong performer on the entry-level smartphone scene, replacing the market-leading collection of multicore processors, minimalist form factors and high megapixel cameras with a first-time friendly interface, responsive...
Conclusion: never ever buy this phone please!! this is just a waste of money. this phone is completely outdated it has android 2.3 ginger bread and a 600 mhz qualcomm processor and a kernal version of 2.4.
Conclusion: HTC explorer is a great product of HTC mobiles. This phone have both the 2G and the 3G support. It is an android smart phone weighing around 108 grams. It have a 3.2 inches TFT capacitive touch screen with HTC Sense user interface 3.5 . the touch quality of this phone is really very nice.