HTC Desire 820 Review, Price and Features

After the grand success of HTC’s model 816 in Indian market now its successor is in row. HTC has launched HTC 820 for Indian consumers.

The phone offers gorilla glass, better camera feature, powerful processor and some of the other improvements. Is it a good buy? Let’s go ahead and find it out.

HTC Desire 820

Design:

Following the footsteps of ancestral pedagogy, HTC’s 820 is pretty much similar to its 816 model. The phone offers a sporty color variant with rounded corners, plastic shell body, 3.5 mm standard jack for headphones, front dual stereo speakers, power keys, and a grand 5.5 inch display.

The phone has a standard micro USB jack for charging and data transfer with a LED flash in front.

Display:

The display of the phone is crisp and carries a resolution of 720*1280 pixels. The image quality is sharp and is protected by Gorilla glass 3 feature making it less susceptible to scratches. Check out the complete features and specifications here.

Operating System:

HTC’s 820 is powered with Android Kit Kat 4.4 and Sense 6, the latest user interface of HTC which is running on the top of it.

The display gesture is quite different from normal Android display making it quite interesting to look at however the phone doesn’t have unlock features like features like double tap or swipe.

Camera:

The 13megapixel wide angle lenses offer low light photography with panorama and HDR mode to photography lovers.

It is capable of capturing 1080 quality videos with quality sound. Indeed the phones haven’t disappointed the selfie lovers as well as it has an 8 megapixel camera in front.

Performance:

The 64 bit phone is powered by QUALCOMM Snapdragon 1.5 GHZ 615 octa core processor. It has a 2 GB RAM. It supports the major audio and video files and the additional files can be played using some of the 3rd party software.

Gaming: The phone could easily support high resolution heavy games like Asphalt 8 and Looney Tunes without even freezing for a second.

At the price of 24,990 rupees the phone is not at all a bad deal. It is absolute delight purchase for Indian consumers. There are some of the other phones as well in this budget however HTC 820 is surely a tough competitor for all of them.

 

About the Author

Sanjeev Ramachandran has found ultimate joy all through his 23-year-long journalism career by writing for national and international newspapers, websites and blogs. From technology to politics to sports to entertainment, he has been able to express ideas and pen opinion pieces on whatever triggers his interest. Currently at the helm of his own content and public relations company, called Siyahi – The Content & PR People, he makes sure that he doesn’t always let administrative tasks take over his writing space.

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  1. Ashok panjwani January 26, 2015 at 3:34 PM - Reply

    Please purchase only standard company brand name mobile.No other any one.

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