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Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part I)

by T2D Staff on July 10, 2014

Gone are the days, or rather moths, of quad-core processors which were quite luxurious. We’re all set to welcome the exclusive presence of the smartphone elite now.

Talking of the new HTC Desire 310, it is loaded with a quad-core chip that certainly helps to cling onto the cheaper sections of the smartphone spectrum. Not just this, continue reading for more information that will help you, in case you are thinking of buying a new smartphone for yourself or for someone to gift.

Features

There’s more to Desire 310′s curved exterior. A well fitte, four-core chip working at 1.3GHz is an impressive feature of this handset. Although, extra cores may be supportive of getting a snappier smartphone experience, but here the 1GB of RAM is quite what changes the scene to get a thumbs up.

Review HTC Desire 310 Part I Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part I)

Vritually the phone is like enough to manage tons of apps without any shuttering or lagging. The gadeget doesn’t sound powerful and could be sluggish but for mobiles, it is one heck of a deal. With a low rated processing power it is not so user friendly. A detailed review is on its way, be tuned for it to our site.

Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part II)
Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part III)

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