Many are the manufacturers that since the birth of the Motorola Moto G are trying to cope with it, especially in the number of sales. Some try, without much success, well because they continue to fail in fundamental aspects, such as screen resolution; or simply fail in other aspects, such as the battery or do not contribute any value compared to the Moto G to rise with the reign of the mid-range.
HTC has tried several times, going without grief or glory. However, now he has just presented a device that, really, could be considered as an option;nevertheless, to continue being an option of many, since, once again, it does not contribute anything innovative at this point although s with respect to the Moto G.
However, HTC bets on HTC Desire 626 to deal with this battle. A device 5 inches with HD resolution (1280 × 720 pixels), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor at 1.2GHz, it has 4G connectivity, a 2000 mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, and one 13 megapixel camera. According to HTC Taiwn, have dimensions of 146.9 x 70.9 x 8.19 mm and 140 grams in weight. Regarding its version of Android, nothing specified comes, but at this point it is normal to have Android 5.0 Lollipop.
A priori, we could treat as an option rather than attractive, especially considering that the price may not exceed 200 euros. Nevertheless, 2000 mAh battery may seem scarce Although HTC tends to get a good performance from their devices, but we miss something more battery to be a plus with respect to the competition. Equally, It would not have been wrong to bet on 2GB of RAM and a not-so-continuous design by HTC.
Obviously, it is a promising device, especially for the new Motorola Moto G 2014 with 4G connectivity, since it takes a step further in its processor compared to the device of the company now in the hands of Lenovo. For the moment, HTC's new terminal has been presented in Taiwan in the absence of it being launched in the European market.
Do you think it's a good option against the Moto G? Or do you think it is necessary to increase the 2GB of RAM in the mid-low range as bq has currently done on your Aquaris E5 4G?
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