HTC Desire 626 - £129 @ Sainsburys Online
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HTC Desire 626 - £129 @ Sainsburys Online

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In store also.

OP bit more detail re Specs would've been useful for others.

Was tempted to buy it last night but didn't give in
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It's £149 unlocked at Argos... not sure what to do
Neither Sainsbury or Argos specify the RAM, which could be 1-2 gig. Big difference between the two, and highly important specification.
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1.5MB of RAM
I'd rather go Moto G 16GB or second hand LG G2/G3. Not hot or cold for me at this price point.
Hard to get unlocked?
superfreddy

1.5MB of RAM



Think you are living in the 1980s! Won't even switch on nowadays with only 1.5mb of ram lol!
little_green

Hard to get unlocked?



It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will probably be branded in some way (some pre-installed Three apps...etc).

The headline specs for this handset:
5" TFT 720p Display
Snapdragon 410 Quad Core @ 1.2Ghz
2GB RAM (1GB RAM for the Mediatek variant, not for the UK)
13MP Camera
5MP Front Camera
2000mah Battery
16GB Storage

My experience of using the phone was that it is functional, but nothing exciting. It falls short on performance, which is noticeably worse than the 3rd Gen Moto G (even the 1GB variant). Also, the 13MP camera is absolutely dreadful when compared to the Moto G 3rd, with high levels of noise and/or noise reduction, poor dynamic range and poor white balance. Even the photos I took in good lighting conditions were ugly, dull, and lacking detail.
on Three and OOS online
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chancooluk

It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will … It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will probably be branded in some way (some pre-installed Three apps...etc).The headline specs for this handset:5" TFT 720p DisplaySnapdragon 410 Quad Core @ 1.2Ghz2GB RAM (1GB RAM for the Mediatek variant, not for the UK)13MP Camera5MP Front Camera2000mah Battery16GB StorageMy experience of using the phone was that it is functional, but nothing exciting. It falls short on performance, which is noticeably worse than the 3rd Gen Moto G (even the 1GB variant). Also, the 13MP camera is absolutely dreadful when compared to the Moto G 3rd, with high levels of noise and/or noise reduction, poor dynamic range and poor white balance. Even the photos I took in good lighting conditions were ugly, dull, and lacking detail.



​Have to disagree. Much prefer this over the Moto G
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