HTC has introduced a new mid range smartphone in India: The HTC Desire C. The best thing about this device is you get Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with HTC Sense 4 out of the box.
The device will be available in the market for 14,999 INR. It weighs just 100 grams and measures 12.5 mm. This device appears to be a smaller version of HTC One S and One X. However, Desire C offers 480×320 pixel resolution which is a bit low and hence considered to be one of the cons of the device.
HTC Desire C is powered by 600 MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and offers 512 MB RAM. The internal memory is 4GB. You can certainly expand it upto 32 GB by using a microSD card. There is a 5 MP camera at the back with LED Flash and geo tagging support. It lacks a front camera though.
HTC Desire C is also equipped with Beats Audio technology for better sound quality. Users can buy Beats Audio headphones to use with the device. Among other features Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, A-GPS support, proximity sensor and accelerometer are important. The gadget uses a 1230 mAh battery which is pretty decent.
Smartphone makers are targeting both mid-range and high-end mobile phones these days. HTC Desire C will surely get tough competitions from manufacturers like Samsung, Motorola and Sony. Currently Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus and Motorola Defy XT are the Android smartphones that are competing with the Desire C. But HTC Desire C still stands at the top.