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Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part II)

by T2D Staff on July 11, 2014

Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part I)

Something New In It

HTC has quite brilliantly, like it claims has installed some new photo and video software. This new thing does your snaps and clips automatically. It generates highlight reels which feels good and saves manpower of operating. It might not feel that flattering for the time being but once you get used to it, you will see the difference. It is a neat way to quickly compile photos before uploading them. You can create a video to post on Facebook and make your friends wonder about how you did it.

Up To The Mark?

What this cellphone lags in is the capturing images section. The phone doesn’t do justice to the standards set by HTC. The Desire 310 includes a 5 MP rear camera which is more of a disappointment with respect to other smartphones. Besides, it is not satisfactory to high resolution capturing in a smartphone sensor.

Operating System

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

The HTC Desire 310 runs on Android 4.2, known as Jelly Bean, which is not the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. Nevertheless it is very advanced and progressive software as it gives access to a high range of apps and not to forget other features too.

Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part III)

For Further Reading:

  1. Review: HTC Desire 310 (Part I)
  2. Review: Jolla Smartphone With Android Alternative Selfish OS (Part IV)
  3. Review: Samsung Galaxy S4 (Part III)
  4. Review: Jolla Smartphone With Android Alternative Selfish OS (Part I)
  5. Review: Nokia Lumia 925 Windows Phone (Part II)
  6. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review (Part II)
  7. Android 4.4 KitKat Review (Part I)

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