HTC Desire 600 Android phone (preview)

The HTC Desire 600 has dual-SIM card slots and reasonable specifications

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Deepak

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Pros
Camera, Design, Processor, SIM Option, Ram, Space
Cons
Battery and Screen Resolution are just ridiculous. Both are not expected....Damn Good Phone and just 1860mh batttery and low resolution screen....not done....
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Battery and Screen Resolution are just ridiculous. Both are not expected....Damn Good Phone and just 1860mh batttery and low resolution screen....not done....I am using HTC from last 6 years....not sure why every time HTC leaves something negative in their phones....The time when I first saw the HTC Desire 600C...I said I am going to purchase this right now....bt found that battery and screen resolution are not good. I was wishing that battery should be approx 2200-2500 mh with 1080 pixel screen resolution....I checked HTC Butterfly S too...but that is very expensive....Hope HTC will take care of these two negative point and will launch a new Desire....

I will wait til then

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