Strengthening the dual-tone colored smartphone range in the country, HTC has launched a mid-range phone in India. Its named Desire 626G+ and a consumer has to pay 16,900INR to buy it.
Talking of the main highlight, the device will be available in two different color options i.e. Blue and White. Both color options will be having two different shades individually, offering a unique look, which is elegant as well.
The device weighs just 138 grams, measuring 0.31inches of thickness. It supports dual-SIM cards (both Nano sized) along with 3G HSPA+ cellular network. Desire 526+ was also launched in the month of February, which wasn’t so long ago.
HTC Desire 626G+ Official Specifications
Let me share the complete specifications of the device for you now. To be honest, this device is a specific model for Indian consumers featuring only the 3G, while the original one (model name – Desire 626G) was having LTE as well. No doubt, we still don’t have good 4G availability for the moment, so it won’t be a big issue.
- 5inch HD display
- Resolution of 720×1280 pixels
- Octa-core 1.7GHz processor
- 1GB RAM and 8GB internal Storage
- Expandable storage up to 32GB
- 13MP rear camera unit
- Autofocus, LED flash, HDR
- 5MP Selfie Camera
- 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS
- Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS
- HTC Sense UI
- 2000mAh battery
Apart from those main specifications, the phone holds onto sensors like accelerometer, proximity, ambient light and even Magnetic one. So, you won’t be missing any common smartphone sensor in the device.
The phone holds on to an impressive design which is further enhanced by the dual tone color paint, Blue Lagoon and White Birch.
Apart from its good looks and HTC’s brand name, the device holds onto two drawbacks. One of them is that the RAM is just 1GB while Indian consumers are already having devices in the market with 2GB of RAM and that too at lesser price.
Second, the Android version is outdated for the moment. But this isn’t the first case when it comes to HTC. As a consumer, if this doesn’t bothers you then its fine. HTC Sense UI won’t let you know the actual Android, but still it’s not good, for the matter of fact.
Not to forget, we are also expecting the Desire 826 to arrive Indian shores very soon.
In the price point of 16,900 INR, there are few more good options available for the competition. Let’s see how the device comes out in practical life.