Are you looking for a low cost device, that doesn’t skimp on the performance, or software features? Then you should look no further than the HTC Desire 510. This is a quality built phone with cool features like HTC’s Blinkfeed! With 4GB of onboard storage and a MicroSD slot for expandable memory, you’ll be able to store all the pictures the 5MP camera can snap, and all the Full HD 1080P videos you can shoot! Of course a company like HTC didn’t stop there with the storage options. They also included 15GB of cloud storage with Google drive for two years just for being an awesome HTC customer.
This device is perfect for people that don’t want to spend the massive amounts of cash on the newest flagship device, but still want a quality smartphone. In my first couple of weeks with the device, I’ve noticed the UI zips the different home screens, and the apps fly open and shut with no lag. I’ve had some VERY expensive phones that can’t say the same, even in their first few days. The Desire leaves you wanting for nothing in a smartphone.
Throughout the next couple of weeks, I’ll try to highlight some of the devices best features, my favorite apps and maybe a picture or two I’ll hopefully be able to answer any questions about the device, and show off an accessory or two as well! Sprint is offering this fantastic device in deep navy blue for $0 down on easypay, and $0 for a subsidized contract. However, this phone is only $216 total! A very affordable device that packs a punch.
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