HTC Desire 510 PAYG £89.99 @ O2 (£3.75 Quidco) (Quadcore, 4.7 Inch Screen, LTE, 5MP)

HTC Desire 510 PAYG £89.99 @ O2 (£3.75 Quidco) (Quadcore, 4.7 Inch Screen, LTE, 5MP)

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Found 14th Nov 2014
This is a genuine competitor to the Moto G 4G at £35 less, you are only really compromising on the screen resolution, everywhere else it is pretty much there.

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Stream videos at lightning quick speeds with 4G

Stream videos at lightning quick speeds while you take downloading to all new levels on a super fast 4G network. Say goodbye to extended buffering and slow downloads. Say hello to spectacular speeds.

Expect smooth graphics and juggle apps in a snap with the quad-core processor

The quad-core processor delivers breathtaking speed, impressive power and jaw-dropping graphics. And if you're on a lightning quick 4G network, you can look forward to an even faster experience on your phone.

4.7" big, bright screen for user content viewing

Experience everything you love on a stunning 4.7" screen, where you'll get to see the whole lot just like you want to. Now you can watch, stream, read and browse on a screen that's designed to fit perfectly in your hand and pocket.

Watch your photos and videos come to life

Let the Video Highlights app automatically bring your photos and videos to life in a 30 second mini-movie. You can then change it up by adding different photos, videos, themes and a soundtrack. Easy as that.

HTC BlinkFeed™

Keeping up-to-date with your favourite content from newsfeeds and social pages is now easier than ever with the intuitive HTC BlinkFeed™. It's all on your home screen, is really easy to scroll through and even has trending topics organised around your interests. It's like a daily magazine designed just for you.
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Sloths, click here. It does look pretty sweet compared to the Moto G 4G. What's HTC like for OS bloat?
Please be aware that this phone does not have a flash for the rear camera.
Looked at this along with htc 610 recently but was unimpressed with how horrible it felt.

I know its made of plastic but feels like a budget Chinese no name.

Also, the screen isn't great. Its not bright enough regardless of the resolution which is low enough. This makes it a pain to use.

Also, no flash is ridiculous.

Just my opinion but there are better options. However, its only £89 + top up.

If this has no flash how am I going to be able to use it as an emergency torch - no sorry I'm out.
For a new £90 smartphone what do you expect
These budget HTC's are huge and heavy for the size of screen and battery you get.
plastic boombastic but more seriously awful screen outdoor. My friend got one.
for 90£ id expect autofocus on the camera, is it true, that the camera is fixed depth??
Edited by: "seattle" 14th Nov 2014
Excellent price imo
Well priced if you ask me. Heat added
Great phone, great price.
From the HTC web site: "Approximately 0.9 GB storage available for user content." Seriously???
had mine for a week,, nuff said

had mine for a week,, nuff said

Rubbish speakers too
I'd go for the Huawei Y550. Has nearly the same specs plus autofocus and LED flash.
nice find OP
If its plastic don't buy it!
why is there a picture of M8 up for ?

why is there a picture of M8 up for ?

That's the Desire. It looks a bit like the M8 though since HTC have updated the Desire design language, but look at the speakers for the most obvious difference..…10/
Do you need to buy a top up? cant seem to be able to buy without.
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