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HTC Desire 620G Dual SIM (Milkyway Grey, 8GB)

HTC Desire 620G Dual SIM (Milkyway Grey, 8GB)

Product Specifications
Brand HTC
Model Desire 620G
Operating System Android OS, v4.4.4 (KitKat)
Internal Memory 8.0 GB
Color Milkyway Grey
Display Size 12.7 centimeters
Primary Camera Resolution 8.0 megapixels
SIM Type Smartphone
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Overall Rating 3.6 out of 5 stars
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  1.  Beautiful Beast For this price 27 May, 2015 On
    I have been using since three months!!

    1. Display: Really good, high pixel density display that never puts you off as long as you keep it on auto-brightness and let it do its magic in different ambient settings. Sun legibility is top notch too.

    2. Processing: Although it is a really short time to say about its long term prowess but the processor and ram look capable of pulling just about any stunt. I have so installed a total of 200 apps on my phone with BlinkFeed set up and notifications on for Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, Hike and Emails but the phone never slows down for a mili second. (Previously used Nexus 5, Moto E and Moto G)

    3. Battery life: Since I am mostly out and lazy enough to not charge my devices every moment, I was keen on getting a device with a lasting battery but this is a massive powerhouse when it comes to battery. I used it all day with sync on and 3G data with half an hour calling and no games and the battery is still at 70% at the end of the evening. Very impressed.

    4. Keyboard: Even though I am not a fan of inbuilt keyboards, I found the HTC sense keyboard pretty usable but switched to my trusted SwiftKey on the second day to type while I swipe my fingers when walking around. Works like a charm.

    5. Camera: The camera quality is several points higher compared to the Moto G2 and the front camera is perfect for selfies, even though I hate them.

    6. Body: The make of the phone is quite pleasing but the back is glossy. Fixed it with a matte finish back panel.

    7. Notification LED: Missing from the phone but you are unlikely to miss it that much especially with the dot matrix cover. (google it)

    8. Overall: The phone is a definite value for money device and comes with that extra appeal that's missing in bland Moto devices and a pleasing HTC UI which got updated the first thing when I booted device.
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     Okay 30 March, 2015 On
    This is an okay phone . The only issue is with the camera , the lens exposure is too much as a result the images clicked during night time are very blurry. Overall very sleek and light phone but very fragile as well. Screen doesnt have any protectors to avoid screen breakage.
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  3.  Good to go.. 20 May, 2015 On
    This is a phone worth of it. However, the sound clarity of this is not so good and I am habituated to flip my phone side way when I used Samsung duos. Almost, every Android phone is the same. But, this has an option ups and down which is irritable. Also, it is not getting detected by the PC if the charge is less than 15%.
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