HTC Desire C
Simple and elegant design.
Good build quality.
Comes with Ice Cream Sandwich.
Slow processor makes for a cumbersome user experience.
Weak camera with fixed autofocus.
By Good Gear Guide on August 24, 2013
Telstra has long had a healthy stable of pre-paid smartphones and Australia's leading telco has quietly slipped another into its line-up. The HTC Desire C retails for just $229 but features the Beats Audio sound profile, comes with integrated 25GB...-
By PCAdvisor on August 21, 2013
The HTC Desire C is a nicely designed budget Android 4.0 handset. It could make a good first smartphone but doesn't have any outstanding features. The price is attractive but if you're not bothered about NFC then it's worth paying an extra £20 for the HTC One V for its superior screen and better performance.70
By Good Gear Guide on September 18, 2012
The HTC Desire C is a competitively priced pre-paid smartphone that offers a few features we aren't used to seeing on low-end Android devices. We like its design, build quality and the decent battery life it offers, but the sluggish user experience...60
By TechTree on August 14, 2012
I found no issues with the handset's call quality and signal reception. Like most Android handsets though, the Desire C's integrated GPS failed to lock onto the navigational satellites during the test. However, with Assisted GPS turned on, the...60
By tbreak.ae on August 13, 2012
On first sight the HTC Desire C looks like a very promising phone, with a smart design and good build. Start it up and you’ll be happy with the visuals, although the low resolution screen will put a damper on things. Soon you’ll realize...60
By Tech2 on August 04, 2012
HTC has priced the Desire C at a street price of Rs.14,000, which is simply too expensive for what essentially feels like a sub-10K phone. HTC may have increased the screen size but the display seems even worse than the Explorer since the resolution has...55
By TechRadar on July 24, 2012
The HTC Desire C may be the end of an era for low-end handsets from the Taiwanese firm, as it has recently come out and said that it's not doing "cheap, cheap phones" anymore. Perhaps slightly confusingly named for those who are aware of HTC's...70
By DigitalVersus on July 19, 2012
The Desire C offers a good overall user experience, as budget smartphones go. It tends to slow down when your run more than one task at a time, but it should satisfy the needs of any user who's trying to avoid an over-sized, over-priced, deluxe...60
By Computeractive on July 18, 2012
HTC seems to be launching new smartphones every other week at the moment and the Desire C is its cheapest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich model so far.Available without contract for £166, it's a chubby little phone that bears a strong...-
By Wired UK on July 17, 2012
The HTC Desire C is a decent little smartphone, with Ice Cream Sandwich as a special treat and a half decent camera too, but that low-powered processor means it's outshone by other low-priced Androids.SpecificationsSoftware : Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream...70