HTC Desire U is a dual-sim Android smartphone which has slightly outdated hardware and software combo for a price tag of 13,499 INR. I personally was unable to find any reason to make this device in the wishlist or to suggest anyone for purchasing. Let’s dig inside a little and see what it has got for us.
HTC Desire U
The very first thing which was a minus point for this gadget was that was just 512 MB of RAM. HTC Desire U is running Android 4.0 (a little bit disappointing too, when almost every gadget now comes with 4.1 or 4.2 out of the box).
This gadget comes with a 1GHz processor and 4GB of internal memory which also less compared to the general trend which new smartphones in the same range are showing. It though comes with a expandable option of 32GB via microSD card.
The only plus point it has is that it has got is beatsAudio just like the other HTC devices. It features a 4-inch capacitive display which has a resolution of 400×800 pixels (Not so wow as well).
HTC Desire U packs up a 5MP camera with LED flash (neither a plus point nor a minus one). However the worst part with this gadget is that it is missing a front camera so no video calling is supported. This is really disappointing for a smartphones released in today’s technological scenario.
The only thing any person would be happy about if someone gifts them a HTC Desire U (Which probably no one would, seeing the outdated specs at a price of 13,499INR) is the design. It has got a decent design with a micro-drilled carving at the rear side.