HTC Desire C officially Launched in India for ₹ 14,999

Posted on June 25, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |


Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturer HTC has officially launched the HTC Desire C in India. Retailing for Rs.14,999, the phone features a 5 MP camera, Beats Audio and 3.5-inch HVGA screen. The phone has a metal-framed body, packs a powerful battery and is available in red, white and black. HTC has also revealed that an NFC-enabled variant of the model would be available, but its pricing was not mentioned.
The Desire C will compete with phones, like the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus and
the Motorola Defy XT, which are in the same ball park. The Desire C looks every bit like the Explorer, in terms of design, except for the rear panel. The phone has a metal-framed body and packs astandard Li-Ion 1230 mAhbattery. It features a capacitive 320×480 pixeltouchscreen and will feature Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with HTC’s Sense UI 4.0 on top. It supports Bluetooth4.0 and has a flash-enabled browser.

In terms of what it bringsto the table, the Desire Cis similar to its predecessor, the WildfireS, with the same 600MHz processor and 512 MB ofRAM running the show. The same processor andnewer software might mean that the phone’s performance could be on the sluggish side of things. Expect some lag when running resource-hungry apps. The Desire C is also a little bigger than the Wildfire S measuring 107.2 x 60.6 x12.3 mm, but it’s quite lighter and slimmer than the Explorer at just 100gm.
The integration with Google services offers access to thousands of apps, games, music and movies that are availablethrough Google Play store. The Desire C combines a durable metalframe with precision engineering that is ideal for those who want a premium-designed phone.Boasting a micro-drilled earpiece for sharp in-callsound, hyper-viewing angle display and metal camera bezel, this compact smartphone offers an unrivalled levelof design and user-experience for its class. Through HTC Desire C’s deep integration of Dropbox and 25GB of free online space, you also have thefreedom to securely back-up, browse and share thousands of photos, videos and documents, whether stored locally or in the cloud.
The HTC Desire C features a powerful, yet rich, studio-quality sound experience that isenabled through the combination of optimized Beats Audio and hardware. This integration enables a rich, clear audio experience to customers no matter if they’re listening to music or playing a game. Faisal Siddiqui, Country Manager, HTC India said, “The HTC Desire C offerscustomers excellent design, easy access to content and fast connectivity – making it the perfect all round device.”

Here are some of the specifications of the phone: Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense UI 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a 480 x 320 pixel resolution 3G, EDGE/GPRSand Wi-Fi capabilities fornet access GPS with A-GPS support for GoogleMaps Bluetooth v.4.0 withA2DP and USB 2.0 (Micro) 5MP camera FM radio 4GBinternal + microSD card support for up to 32GB more memory

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HTC Desire seems to be good and design and specs, but its hard to say the most of the Samsung android phones are hitting the market well, with new design, specs, and better pricing every month


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