The HTC Desire 300 Review
The HTC Desire 300 is much less than the well-loved HTC One in terms of aesthetics and appeal, but the device is particularly needed for HTC to reach the low budget market. Here is a quick review of what users can expect from the HTC Desire 300.
- The HTC Desire 300 has a 4.3-inch display with a resolution of 480×800
- It has a removable back but the overall build quality feels solid. The $249 price tag does not reflect on the build of the device.
- The overall hardware layout is similar to the high-end devices offered by HTC. It has similar ports and buttons, and the HTC Desire 300 also has chamfered edges and nice metal additions.
- The device comes with a 1 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor
- It has 512mb RAM (which is quite small when compared to the flagship devices today)
- It only has 4gb internal storage, but it has an SD card slot to make up for this very limited capacity
- The Desire 300 runs on an Android 4.1 processor and it has Sense 5
Performance of the HTC Desire 300
The good points:
- At a price of only $249, users can have the functionality of a phone that performs reliably. In other locations, the price HTC Desire 300 can even go as low as $160 such as in Australia when it went on sale. This is a huge plus point for the direct-selling markets.
- The HTC Desire 300 looks like s standard phone without being and feeling cheap
The points to improve:
- The HTC Desire 300 can only be bought in the United States through Amazon
The Desire 300 obviously came with some of the strong points that HTC has always been acknowledged for, especially in terms of the hardware. It is a legitimate smartphone that one can boast of, and it is something that you wouldn’t worry about. For the $249 unlocked price, the Desire 300 is a gem.
Would you buy the HTC Desire 300?